Elisa Glick teaches courses on feminist and queer theory, sexual and gender diversity, queer literature and culture, and twentieth-century literary and artistic culture. She has published articles in Cultural Critique, Feminist Review, GLQ and Modern Fiction Studies. Glick's book, Materializing Queer Desire: Oscar Wilde to Andy Warhol (SUNY University Press, 2009), is a study of queer dandyism and its relation to the sphere of the commodity in modern literature and culture.
Awards and Honors
- William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence, 2015
- Mizzou Inclusive Excellence Award, 2015
- Provost’s Outstanding Junior Faculty Teaching Award, 2006
- Catalyst Award for Outstanding Service to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community, 2002