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Joan Dulchin

Joan Dulchin

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Joan Dulchin received her BA at Barnard College and her PhD from Columbia University. She has taught previously at the City University and The New School, in Wesleyan University’s Graduate Liberal Studies Program, and at Barnard College, where she also directed the Experimental Studies Program. Her extensive interdisciplinary experiences--teaching sociology, psychology and feminism; studying communication in psychoanalytic organizations--constitute the background to her teaching literature. Her courses focus on women writers whose novels, stories, poems, and memoirs explore significant social and psychological issues and whose innovative writing challenges traditional genres. Joan teaches literature at NYUSPS in the Center for Applied Liberal Arts.

Currently Teaching

Women Write Their Lives

Explore the accounts that some exceptional writers who are women have given of their lives, times, places, and experiences.

Women Fiction Writers

By reading some of their acclaimed novels, explore how female authors see the world and portray their distinctive experiences.