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Sunny Stalter-Pace received her PhD from Rutgers University and her BA from Loyola University Chicago. She specializes in the interdisciplinary study of modernist performance, literature, and urban space. Her first book, Underground Movements: Modern Culture on the New York City Subway was published by the University of Massachusetts Press in 2013. Her current book is under contract with Northwestern University Press, due to be published in May 2020. Titled Imitation Artist: Gertrude Hoffmann's Life in Vaudeville and Dance, this critical biography considers how a vaudeville performer and producer transmitted European culture to American mass audiences.
American studies; 20th to 21st-century American literature; criticism and theory; cultural studies; genre studies; drama; space and place; women's and gender studies; American modernism; visual culture; film