Dr. Jay Losey
Office: Carroll Science 109
BIC Courses: World Cultures II and V
Jay Losey, Associate Professor of English and Graduate Program Director, received the Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. His teaching and research interests include Victorian literature, modern British literature, and Holocaust studies. Some of his publication contributions include Mapping Male Sexuality: Nineteenth-Century England; “'Demonic Epiphanies': The Denial of Death in Larkin and Heaney.” Moments of Moment: Aspects of the Literary Epiphany, ed. Wim Tigges; “From Savage Elements: Epiphany in Primo Levi's Holocaust Writings,” Journal of European Studies 24:1 (1994): 1-2; “The Aesthetics of Exile: Wilde Transforming Dante in Intentions and De Profundis,” English Literature in Transition 36:4 (1993): 429-50.