Alice Farley(a.k.a. Alice Hall Petry)
She also has published 49 essays in refereed journals, including
Literature, Studies in American Fiction, Southern Quarterly,
in Short Fiction, Southern Literary Journal,
Canadian Review of American Studies, Arizona Quarterly,
Modern Literature. Her essays and chapters appear in such
Faulkner & Women: Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha 1985
(1986), Anne Tyler as Novelist (1994),
New Essays on F. Scott Fitzgerald's Neglected Stories
(1996), and Zelda & Scott/Scott & Zelda: New Writings On Their Works, Lives And Times (2005).
She has published over 100 book reviews in such places as Mississippi Quarterly, Resources for American Literary Study, College Literature, African-American Review, Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, American Literature, and the Boston Sunday Globe.
Dr. Farley has served as a Fulbright scholar in Brazil (1985), a United States Information Agency lecturer in Japan (1991), a Senior Postdoctoral Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies (1987-88), and a visiting professor of American literature at the University of Colorado, Boulder (1987).
She married John E. Farley, Professor of Sociology at SIUE, in 1997. Here is a 2005 photograph of the Farleys in Bavaria; John was participating in a conference on the challenges facing minority groups in Germany.
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