Digital humanities, poetic form, 19th-century British Literature, archives, research methods.
17th, 18th, and 19th century British literature/culture, digital media and humanities, aesthetics, poetics, the body, technology, and more!
19th Century British Literature, Victorian, Romantic Poetry, Literature and Medicine, Gender studies, Women’s Studies, Interdisciplinary, Spacial Studies, Transatlantic
19th & 20th century American Literature
Darwinism & NeoDarwinism
19th century British Literature
Regina Martin is an associate professor of English and Global Commerce and director of the Writing Program at Denison University. She teaches first-year writing, Commerce and Society, Literary Theory, 20th-Century Fiction, 19th-Century British Literature, and Caribbean Literature. She is also a member of a group of faculty at Denison who are developing a minor in Digital Humanities.
Victorian Literature and Culture
19th-Century British Women Writers
Jane Austen, 19th-century British novels, teaching literature, studying literature
British Literature, Long 19th Century, Gender and Women’s Studies, Economic Criticism, Victorian Novel
19th-21st century Anglophone literatures (Victorian, modernist, Irish, British, South Asian), crowds and forms of democracy, minor literatures, environmental, queer, cultural and postcolonial theory
Kasey Bass is Professor of English at Lone Star College-CyFair and Lecturer of English at the University of Houston. Her work focuses on 19th- and early 20th-century British poetry, and she is especially interested in the ways that art, music, and literature helped shape technological innovation in those periods.