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Andrew Eisenhauer


Adjunct Faculty


Ph.D., English Language and Literature (American Drama), University of Maryland, 2009

Teaching Experience

Paris College of Art, since 2014; University of Le Havre, Normandy, since 2019; University of Strasbourg, since 2018; Coventry University, since 2012; University of Maryland, 2004-2010


Research in Paris Fellowship, Marie de Paris, 2011; American Theatre and Drama Society, Contingent Faculty Award, 2022


“‘Crazy Yourself’: The Eugene O’Neill—Djuna Barnes Correspondence,” The Eugene O’Neill Review, Volume 42, Number 1, 2023, forthcoming.
“Federal Troubadour: Alfred Kreymborg and the Federal Theatre Project,” E-Theatrum Mundi (Sorbonne University Press). 2023, forthcoming.
“Greece and the Delphic Imaginary: Glaspell in Broader Geographical Contexts,” in Susan Glaspell and Her Contexts, ed. J. Ellen Gainor (Cambridge University Press, 2023).
“Djuna Barnes,” in Twentieth Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context, ed. Linda De Roche (ABC-CLIO/ Greenwood, 202)1.
“Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald,” in Twentieth Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context, ed. Linda De Roche (ABC-CLIO/Greenwood, 2021).
“Susan Glaspell’s Gendered Detectives in Trifles and a “Jury of Her Peers”: Suspense and the threat to Masculine Identity in Screen Adaptations 1930 to 1961.” On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers” Centennial Essays, Interviews, and Adaptations, eds. Martha Carpentier and Emeline Jouve (McFarland, North Carolina, 2015).
“Two New French Fitzgerald Reviews,” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 10 (2012): 48-51.
“Playing The Game in Provincetown: Two Recently Discovered Texts of Louise Bryant’s 1916 play,” The Eugene O’Neill Review, May 2012.
“Dreams of Djini and Djuna Barnes: Identity, Vision, and Showing and Not Showing in the American Theatrical Performance,” Inter-Disciplinary.Net. Fisher imprints/Rodopi (2012).
“Crazy Socialists and Anarchists: Eugene O’Neill and the Artist Social Problem Play,” in Eugene O’Neill and His Early Contemporaries: Bohemians, Radicals, Progressives, and the Avant Garde, eds. Robert M. Dowling and Eileen Herman Miller (McFarland, 2011).
“George Cram Cook: Metadrama and the Construction of American Modernist Identities,” in Théâtre et nation: the theatrical creation and staging of national identities (Rennes, Presses Universitaires, 2011).
“The Provincetown Players and Greenwich Village,” in Critical Companion to Eugene O’Neill: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work, ed. Robert M. Dowling (New York, Facts on File, Inc., 2009).
“Rachel Crothers and Susan Glaspell’s Turn to Playwriting,” in Disclosing Inter-textualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell, eds. Martha Carpentier and Barbara Ozieblo (Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2006).