|Assoc Prof Tamara Silvia Wagner |
Division of English
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
- PhD University of Cambridge 2003
- Mag.Phil University of Vienna 1999
|Tamara S. Wagner obtained her PhD from the University of Cambridge in 2002 and came to Singapore first as a senior fellow in the University Scholars Programme. Shen then taught eighteenth- and nineteenth-century fiction in the English Department at NUS before joining the Division of English at HSS's soft launch in 2004.
Wagner's books include _Longing: Narratives of Nostalgia in the British Novel, 1740-1890_ (2004) and _Occidentalism in Novels of Malaysia and Singapore, 1819-2004: Colonial and Postcolonial “Financial Straits” (2005)_, as well as collections of essays and special issues of journals. Her articles have been published in _Critique_, _Modern Language Quarterly_, _Victorian Literature and Culture_, and _Victorian Institute Journal_, among others.
|Victorian literature & culture
Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century fiction
|Research Grant |
- Tamara Wagner. (2013). “The False Clues of Innocent Sensations: Aborting Adultery Plots in Rhoda Broughton’s Nancy.”. Women's Writing, .
- Tamara Wagner. (2013). “The Reluctant Settler’s Narrative Delay: Weaning On Board Ship in Susanna Moodie’s Flora Lyndsay.”. Nineteenth-Century Contexts, .
- Tamara Wagner. (2013). Frances Trollope..
- Tamara Wagner. (2012). “‘Hours of morbid entertainment: Self-Irony and Replayed Clichés in Hsu-Ming Teo’s Fiction. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, .
- Tamara Silvia Wagner. (2011). Frances Trollope.Spec. issue of, 18 (2).