Dr Andreea Paris-Popa

Lecturer in English

BA, University of Bucharest, 2010
MA, University of Bucharest, 2012
PhD, University of Bucharest, 2018
andreea.parispopa@lls.unibuc.ro
Office hours: by appointment.

COURSE TAUGHT

Contemporary British Cinema

BIO & PUBLICATIONS

Andreea Paris-Popa is a Ph.D Lecturer in English at the faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, at the University of Bucharest, where she teaches Contemporary British Cinematography to British Cultural Studies M.A. students, as well as Twentieth-Century and Eighteenth-Century British Literature, Contemporary Critical Theory, an elective course entitled “Narcissistic Art: Twentieth-Century British Metafiction, Metadrama and Metacinema” and an optional course in Ethics and Academic Integrity for undergraduate students. Her most recent publication is “Between Troubles and Peace in Northern Ireland: Cinematic Divisions in Belfast (2021) and Mickybo and Me (2004).” Acta Universitatis Sapientiae. Film and Media Studies. 22 (2022).

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Books and edited volumes

The Abominable Shadow of the Mind. Remembering Urizen in Allen Ginsberg’s Moloch. Bucharest: Ars Docendi, 2018. Print. ISBN 978-973-558-892-2

Literature and Cultural Memory. Eds. Mihaela Irimia, Dragos Manea and Andreea Paris. Leiden, Boston: Brill Rodopi, 2017. 95-106. ISSN 0926-6999; ISBN 978-90-04-33886-9 (hardback); ISBN 978-90-04-33887-6 (e-book)

Literature and the Long  Modernity. Eds. Irimia Mihaela and Andreea Paris. Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2014. Print. ISBN: 978-90-420-3852-3

Myth, Symbol and Ritual: Elucidatory Paths to the Fantastic Unreality I. Eds. Dumitru-Oancea, Maria Luiza, Ramona Mihaila, Andreea Paris and Nicolae-Andrei Popa. Bucharest: University of Bucharest, 2017. Print. ISBN 978-606-16-0843-0

Journal articles and book chapters

“Between Troubles and Peace in Northern Ireland: Cinematic Divisions in Belfast (2021) and Mickybo and Me (2004).” Acta Universitatis Sapientiae. Film and Media Studies. 22 (2022). Print. (ISSN 2066-7779 online, ISSN 2065-5924 printed, ISSN-L 2065-5924)

“Metaleptic Rewriting as Sham Authorial Justice in Flann O’Brien’s At Swim-Two-Birds.” University of Bucharest Review. Re-writing, Reimagining the Past IV 2 (2021): 82-102. Print. (ISSN 2069–8658)

“The Madmen of Allen Ginsberg’s Howl and their Blakean Roots.” British and American Studies XXV (2019): 161-172. Print. (ISSN 1224-3086)

“Breaking the Contract between God and the Visual-Literary Fusion: Illuminated Manuscripts, William Blake and the Graphic Novel.” American, British and Canadian Studies 30 (June 2018): 133-152. Print. (ISSN 1841-1487)

“Literature as Memory and Literary Memories: From Cultural Memory to Reader-Response Criticism.” Literature and Cultural Memory. Edited by Mihaela Irimia, Dragos Manea, Andreea Paris. Leiden, Boston: Brill Rodopi, 2017. 95-106. ISSN 0926-6999; ISBN 978-90-04-33886-9 (hardback); ISBN 978-90-04-33887-6 (e-book)

“William Blake’s Urizen, Allen Ginsberg’s Moloch and the Shadowy Sleep of Death.” University of Bucharest Review 7.1 (2017): 77-90. Print. (ISSN 2069–8658)

“The Play on Incarnation as Artistic Creation in Allen Ginsberg’s ‘Howl’.” LiBRI: Linguistic and Literary Broad Research and Innovation 5.2 (June 2016): 54-61. Print. (ISSN 2068-0627)

“From English Poetry to American Song: Remediating William Blake into the Psychedelic Musical Beat of the ‘60s.” University of Bucharest Review Transnational Dimensions of Literature and the Arts 1 (2014): 81-97. Print. (ISSN 2069–8658)