Charles I. Armstrong
Charles I. Armstrong is a professor of English literature at the University of Agder, in Norway, and a Visiting Scholar at Wolfson College, Cambridge. He is the president of the Nordic Association of English Studies, as well as a board member (and former president) of the Nordic Irish Studies Network. He is the author of Reframing Yeats: Genre, Allusion and History (Bloomsbury, 2013), Figures of Memory: Poetry, Space and the Past (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), and Romantic Organicism: From Idealist Origins to Ambivalent Afterlife (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003). He has also co-edited the following volumes: The Crossings of Art in Ireland (Peter Lang, 2014), Crisis and Contemporary Poetry (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), and Postcolonial Dislocations: Travel, History, and the Ironies of Narrative (Novus, 2006). His most recent essays on Yeats include the following: “An ‘Experiment in Living’: Bohemianism and Homelessness in W. B. Yeats's Autobiographies”, in John Lynch and Katherine Dodou (eds.), The Leaving of Ireland: Migration and Belonging in Irish Literature and Film (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2015), 273-292; “‘Easter,1916’ and Trauma”, in International Yeats Studies 1:1 (2016), 60-65; “The Elusive Generation: Yeats's Troubled Allegiance to the 1890s”, in The Yeats Journal of Korea 51 (2016), 41-59.