Dr. Alex Bove Earns Promotion at Pacific University

Alex Bove, PhD, has been promoted from associate professor to full professor in School of Arts & Humanities, English Department, in Pacific University’s College of Arts & Sciences. Bove teaches a wide range of courses in the English Department, including 19th century British literature, literary theory, and special topics in film and literature. 

He recently published a book on Charles Dickens and theories of fictional character, called Spectral Dickens: The Uncanny Forms of Novelistic Characterization (Manchester University Press) and has published several journal articles and book chapters covering a range of topics including Dickens’s influence on modern cinema, gender and sexuality studies theory, and the ecological imaginary of modern sci-fi cinema. He has presented papers at numerous international conferences here and abroad. 

He served as the chair of the gender and sexuality studies committee, the chair of the English Department, and currently serves on the Faculty Senate. He has also recently been awarded a faculty development grant to develop an interdisciplinary travel course to La Biennale international art exhibition in Venice, Italy.

Monday, March 18, 2024