[In his 2003 interview, Phillip F. Herring talks about his undergraduate career at The University of Texas at Austin. He talks about his time as an English professor at the University of Virginia, and then at the University of Wisconsin Madison. He talks about his research on James Joyce, and then Djuna Barnes. ]
[Childhood; Undergraduate education at the University of Texas; Military service; Graduate education at the University of Texas; Appointment to the University of Virginia; Appointment to the UW; Departmental colleagues; Concerns relating to English department policies; Research on James Joyce and later Djuna Barnes; Teaching; Service; Changes in the discipline of English literature; Retirement.]
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