Anthony Cuda

Contact Information

Office: MHRA 3318
At UNCG Since: 2006


Ph.D. Emory University-2004
B.A. Duquesne University-1998

Research Interests

Dr. Cuda’s interests include transatlantic modernism; 20th Century British, Irish, and American poetry; the history of poetry and poetics.

Selected Publications


  • Author, The Passions of Modernism: Eliot, Yeats, Woolf, and Mann. Columbia: University
    of South Carolina Press. January 2010.

    Critical Edition

  • Co-editor, The Complete Prose of T. S. Eliot, The Critical Edition. Vol. II: The Perfect Critic:
    1919-1926. General Editor, Ronald Schuchard. London and Baltimore: Faber & Faber and Johns Hopkins UP. 2014. Awarded the Modernist Studies Association 2015 Book Prize for an Anthology, Edition, or Collection of Essays.

    “A monumental work of scholarly editing . . . sure to be widely used, appreciated, and admired.” MSA Book Prize committee. 

    Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

  • “Eliot’s Plays: A Revaluation.” In The New Cambridge Companion to T. S. Eliot. Ed. Jason
    Harding. Cambridge UP, 2017.  116-130.

  • “Evenings at the Phoenix Society: Eliot and the Independent London Theatre.” The Edinburgh
    Companion to T. S. Eliot and the Other Arts. Ed. Frances Dickey and John Morgenstern. Edinburgh UP, 2016. 202-24.

  •  “The Waste Land’s Afterlife: The Poem’s Reception in the Twentieth Century and Beyond. In
    The Cambridge Companion to The Waste Land. Ed. Gabrielle McIntire. Cambridge UP, 2015. 194-210.

  • “T. S. Eliot.” In A Companion to Modernist Poetry. Ed. David Chinitz and Gail McDonald.
    Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2014. 450-463.

  • “The Poet and the Pressure Chamber: T. S. Eliot’s Life.” In A Companion to T. S. Eliot. Ed.
    David Chinitz. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. 3-14.

  • “W. B. Yeats and a ‘Certain Mystic of the Middle Ages.’” In Julian of Norwich’s Legacy: Medieval Mysticism and Post-Medieval Reception. Ed. Denise Baker and Sarah Salih. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 49-68.

  •  “The Question of T. E. Hulme’s Modernism.” Rev. of T. E. Hulme and the Question of Modernism, ed. Edward Commentale and Andrzej Gasiorek. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920  51:2 (2008): 205-09
  • “The Irish Bard” Rev. of Our Secret Discipline: W. B. Yeats and Lyric Form, Helen Vendler. Washington Post Book World. 20 April 2008, 6.
  • “W. B. Yeats and the Turbulent Lives of Painted Horses.” Yeats Annual 17: Influence and Confluence. Ed. Warwick Gould. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. 37-50.
  • “The Slender Mr. Cogito.” Rev. of Collected Poems, 1956-1998, Zbigniew Herbert. The New Criterion 25.9 (2007): 71-3. 
  • “The Reemergence of a Modern Master.” Rev. of Collected Poems, 1956-1998, Zbigniew Herbert. Washington Post Book World. 29 April 2007, 7.
  • “What Matters Most.” Rev. of Selected Poems, 1931-2005, Czeslaw Milosz. FIELD:  Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 76 (2007): 80-91.
  • “The Beat Goes On.” Rev. of The Somewhat Private Life of Allen Ginsberg, Bill Morgan. Washington Post Book World, 3 December 2006, 7.

Awards and Honors

  • Marc C. Friedlaender Faculty Excellence Award, English, 2016-17
  • International Travel Fund grant, UNCG, Summer 2016
  • AWRN research grant, Summer 2016
  • International Travel Fund grant, UNCG, Summer 2014
  • Nominee, College Excellence Teaching Award, Spring 2012
  • International Travel Fund grant, UNCG, Spring 2012
  • Nominee, College Excellence Teaching Award, Spring 2011
  • Nominee, Alumni Teaching Excellence Award for untenured faculty, Fall 2010
  • Nominee, College Excellence Teaching Award, Spring 2010
  • New Faculty Research Grant, UNCG, 2008-09
  • Summer Excellence Research Grant, UNCG, June-Aug., 2008
  • International Travel Fund grant, UNCG, Jan. 2008


Professor Cuda's Web Site


Facebook Twitter
Connect with us!