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current students > seminars > fall 2012 schedule > seminar: Inquiry, Discovery, and Literature: Monstrosity, Madness, and Marginality > instructor: Dr. Leila S. May

Honors Seminars Fall 2012 Instructors

 

| Dr. Leila S. May | Dr. James M. Grimwood | Dr. James M. Grimwood | Dr. Jennifer A. Nolan-Stinson | Dr. Jennifer A. Nolan-Stinson | Dr. Thomas P. Phillips | Dr. Catherine M. Mainland | Dr. Molly M. Pryzwansky | Dr. Sharon L. Joffe | Dr. Rebecca A. Walsh | Dr. Timothy J. Hinton | Dr. Tiffany L. Kershner | Dr. Sharon M. B. Joines | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Jonathan C. Kramer | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Gary L. Comstock | Dr. Christine M. Pierce | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Robert I. Bruck | Mr. Aaron J. Stoller | Dr. Robert I. Bruck | Mr. Brian A. Peters | Aaron J. Stoller | Dr. Andrew J. Taylor | Dr. Steven H. Greene | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Richard L. Blanton | Dr. Richard L. Blanton |
Instructor:

Dr. Leila S. May

     Associate Professor, Director, English Honors Program
Dr. May's principal area of interest is the nineteenth-century British novel and culture. She has published articles on eighteenth-, nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and American literature in a number of academic journals such as ELH, Studies in English Literature, Philological Quarterly, Philosophy and Literature, Studies in Short Fiction, and Modern Language Review, as well as a book entitled Disorderly Sisters: Sibling Relations and Sororal Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Literature that focuses on the pivotal role of the sister figure in nineteenth-century literary representations. She is the Director of the English Department Honors Program, as well as a member of the Academy of Outstanding Teachers.
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