About Dr Chloe Yale Pinto
Dr Chloe Yale Pinto is Assistant Professor in English at Northeastern University London. Her teaching specialisms include literature from 1900-present and literary theory. She graduated as Valedictorian from Northeastern University London with a BA in English (First) and was awarded the University of London Sir Charles Harris Prize for achieving the highest overall degree results worldwide. Following this she took the MSt in Literature (1900-Present) at The Queen’s College, University of Oxford (Distinction). Chloe completed her AHRC funded PhD in English (Criticism and Culture) at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge and is currently the first Visiting Scholar in Critical Antisemitism Studies, Discrimination and Human Rights at the Woolf Institute, University of Cambridge.
PhD in English (Criticism and Culture), University of Cambridge
MSt in English (1900-Present), University of Oxford (Distinction)
BA in English, University of London: Northeastern University London (First)
Dr Chloe Yale Pinto 's Research
Chloe’s doctoral project focused on the relationship between artwork and antisemitism in Ezra Pound’s work and thought. Her current research investigates the interplay between textual antisemitism and literary theory, researching how the plasticity of anti-Jewish prejudice informs and infects the meaning of words. She is also the current book review editor at the Journal for Contemporary Antisemitism. Her academic interests include: visual culture; the history of antisemitism and the Holocaust; modernism; Jewish literature; film theory; avant-garde poetics and psychoanalysis.
‘Canto 91′ in: Readings in the Cantos: Volume Three, ed. John Gery and Richard Parker, (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press) [forthcoming].
Dr Chloe Yale Pinto 's Teaching
At Northeastern University London Chloe teaches the ‘Cultures of London’ course. During her time at Cambridge Chloe has taught courses on literary theory and on modernist literature. She has supervised numerous undergraduate dissertations and pieces of postgraduate work on a range of topics across poetry, prose and film. She has been invited to lecture on topics relating to contemporary antisemitism and literature. Chloe would be happy to hear from any student whose research falls within her areas of interest.