Office: Keezell 412
Office Hours: MW 10:30am-12:30pm & T by appointment
Courses: Spring 2015
GEng 235: Survey of English Literature I (Beowulf to 18th Century) (section 0001)
GEng 236: Survey of English Literature II (18th Century to Modern) (section 0001)
Additional information is available at my website.
M.A. (Honors), English, University of Kansas, May 2006. Thesis: "Grey Matters:
Negative Capability from Keats to Eliot."
B.A., summa cum laude, English, MidAmerica Nazarene University, 2003. Minor:
Biographical Information and Research Interests:
Julie Sorge Way is an instructor of literature, writing, and speech who has taught English and Communications courses at several institutions during and after her graduate work, including Pennsylvania State University, The University of Kansas, and James Madison University. Her research interests include Anglophone Modernism with an emphasis on Dialectics, and the experience of architecture in literature. She has been honored with several writing and teaching awards, including the capstone 2006 Carlin Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching, awarded annually to the top two out of over 1,000 graduate instructors at The University of Kansas.