Lynn Alexander

Dean of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Professor of English
225 Humanities
(731) 881-7490

lalexand@utm.edu

 

Background:
I have a Ph.D. in Modern Letters from the University of Tulsa.  My main area of interest is the British novel, particularly in the Nineteenth Century.  I am also interested in women writers, literary theory, and the twentieth-century American novel.  For an overview of my career, please look at my vita.

Courses:
I regularly teach courses in women writers (2002) (2006), the British novel (2003), and the modern novel.  Occasionally I teach special topic courses such as Jane Austen:  Novels and Films.  I also teach an online graduate course on Modern/Postmodern Narratives through BlackBoard.


 Frederic, Lord Leighton
 Flaming June (1895)
 
 

 

         Links of Interest:
Jane Austen Page
Midwest Victorian Studies Association
100 Great 20th Century Fictional Works by Women
A Celebration of Women Writers

Interdiciplinary Nineteenth Century Studies

NINES
Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers

North American Victorian Studies Association
Online Literary Criticism Collection
Victorian Research Web
Victorian Web
Victorian Web Sites
Victorian Women Writers


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