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Catherine Nealy Judd earned her MA and her PhD degrees from the University of California at Berkeley. Currently, she is an Associate Professor of English Literature at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, where she researches and teaches film studies, as well as in the fields of nineteenth-century Irish, British, and U.S. history and culture. She is the author of “Travel Narratives of the Irish Famine: Politics, Tourism, and Scandal, 1845-1853” (2020); “Bedside Seductions: Nursing and the Literary Imagination, 1830-1880” (1998); and an annotated edition of Sidney Godolphin Osborne’s “Gleanings in the West of Ireland,” which he published in 1850 during a visit to Famine Ireland. Dr. Nealy Judd has also published articles on topics such as Henry James and the American Civil War; Anthony Trollope’s “Castle Richmond”; Charles Kingsley’s “The Water-Babies”; and Classic Hollywood films noir.

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