Parker Hall 204
- B.A. University of Bucharest, Romania
- M.A. Purdue University
- Ph.D. Purdue University
Spring 2015 Courses
- EN101 College English - 1:00-2:30 pm - M/W
- EN111 (W) World Literature (I) Sec. 01: Women's Voices - 9:40-11:10 am - M/W
- EN111(W) World Literature (I) Sec. 02: Women's Voices - 11:20 am-12:50 pm - M/W
Academic, Teaching, and Personal Interests
Catalina Florina Florescu earned her doctoral degree in Comparative Literature from Purdue University in 2007. At Wagner, she has been teaching American theater, women's literature, and writing. She is the author of four books: Transacting Sites of the Liminal Bodily Spaces (literary criticism; narrative medicine; human body; attitude to death); Disjointed Perspectives on Motherhood (mothers in literature & motion picture; feminist and literary criticism); Inventing Me/Exercitii de retrait (memoir); and Plays (Kindle edition). She is currently working on a new book project tentatively titled White, Black, Yellow, Digital: Transnational Narratives of Exile.
Dr. Florescu links her passion for teaching & writing with her passion for traveling, considering them both self-enriching tools of discovery.
Awards, Honors, and Service
Fellowship recipient of the Modern Language Association International Bibliography (2010-2013)