Supplement: Young Researchers and Their Approaches, On Censorship Today: (New) Spaces and Ethic Ramifications
Ileana Marin is currently a lecturer in the Comparative Literature Department at the University of Washington. Prior to her coming to the United States, Ileana Marin earned her first Ph.D. degree from the University of Bucharest in 2000 and subsequently taught as an Assistant and Associate Professor at Ovidius University in Constanza, Romania. During her academic career in Romania she taught a variety of courses in literature and published three books, several articles, and book chapters. She earned her second Ph.D. in Textual Studies and Comparative Literature from the University of Washington in 2011. She has recently published articles on textual culture among which “Brontë’s Heron Scissors: Cancelations and Excisions in the Manuscript of Shirley” in Brontës Studies (2011) and “Millais’ Illustrations, Fuel for Trollope’s Writing” in the Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies (2012).