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Pas, Justine M.

Assistant Professor
Butler 323
(636) 949-4677
JPas@lindenwood.edu

Course Information

Term Course Course Name

FA SEM 14 ENG 15000 06  Strategies for University Writing (GE-Eng)
FA SEM 14 ENG 15000 07  Strategies for University Writing (GE-Eng)
FA SEM 14 ENG 34700 01  Topics in American Literature (GE-Lit)
SP SEM 15 ENG 20200 06  World Literature II (GE-Lit/CrsClt)
SP SEM 15 ENG 20200 07  World Literature II (GE-Lit/CrsClt)
SP SEM 15 ENG 28001 01  Sel Tpcs: Comparative Ethnic Lit in America (GE-Lit)




Biography

Dr. Pas joined the Department of English at Lindenwood University in 2010.  She teaches world literature and American literature undergraduate courses as well as a graduate course in Sociolinguistics for the MA in TESOL Program.  In addition to her teaching and advising responsibilities, Pas chairs the Humanities Research Committee and serves on the Gender Studies Minor Committee and the Plagiarism Task Force.  As a scholar of American ethnic literature, Pas focuses her attention on translation studies, literature of the Holocaust, and the intersection of language and identity.



Selected Publications

·       "Language and Belonging in the Polish Translation of Eva Hoffman's Lost in Translation" Translation Studies 6.1 (2013)

·       Writing American Literature in Polish: Post-Holocaust Jewish Identities in Jadwiga Maurer’s Short Stories” The Journal of Jewish Identities 3.2 (2010)

·       Global Feminisms and the Polish ‘Woman’: Reading Popular Culture Representations through Stories of Activism since 1989" with Magdalena Zaborowska, Kritika Kultura 16 (2011)

·       “Recasting Global Feminisms: Towards a Comparative Historical Approach to Feminist Scholarship and Women’s Activism” with Jayati Lal, Kristin McGuire, Abigail J. Stewart, and Magdalena Zaborowska, Feminist Studies 36(2010)







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