Jane Garrity
Associate Professor

Jane Garrity received her PhD in English from the University of California, Berkeley, and has taught at CU since 1994. She is a scholar of early twentieth-century British literature and culture and is a recipient of the Boulder Faculty Assembly’s Excellence in Teaching Award (2001). She has served as Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies (2013-2020) and is currently the PI on a three-year NEH “Humanities Connections Implementation” Grant (2022-2025), for the team project titled “Humanities Core Competencies as Data Acumen: Integrating Humanities and Data Science.” She is the author of Stepdaughters of England: British Women Modernists and the National Imaginary (2003) and the co-editor, with Laura Doan, of Sapphic Modernities: Sexuality, Women, and National Culture (2006). She has edited “Queer Space,” ELN: English Language Notes (Spring 2007); and has co-edited, with Celia Marshik, “Fashion’s Borders,” ELN: English Language Notes (Fall 2022). She has published work in venues such as Modernism/modernity, Modernist Cultures, Feminist Modernist Studies, and Modern Fiction Studies. Her research interests include modernism, feminism, queer theory and literature, British imperialism, 20th century experimental women’s literature, and material culture studies. She is completing a monograph titled Fashioning Bloomsbury.

Areas of Specialty

  • British Literature
  • Gender and Sexuality Studies
  • Modern and Contemporary Literature