Lecturer in Literature
Victoria Tilloston is currently working on unearthing the palimpsest which is her dissertation: “What’s In a Name?,” which explores the shifting concepts of aesthetics, criminality and identity within the shifting concept of contract law in late nineteenth- and early twentieth century British and American literature.
More About Me
Victoria is also a published jewelry designer and author of Chic Metal: Modern Metal Jewelry to Make at Home. She teaches jewelry making at WCC and at the acclaimed Jewelry Center at the 92nd Street Y.
Continental modernism, critical theory, critical legal studies, law and literature, late nineteenth century British, gender studies, identity politics and the bête noire of many departments, Marxism!