Office Hours: 
F 9:30 AM - 12:40 PM in Keezell 412
TH 10:20-10:50 AM in ISAT/CS 263

Courses Fall 2018:
ENG 236: Survey of English Literature: Eighteenth Century to Modern

Education:
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: World History

Biographical Information and Research Interests:
Julie Sorge Way is an instructor of literature, composition, technical writing, and women's studies, who has taught at Penn State University, The University of Kansas, and now JMU since 2008. Her research interests include British literature from 1800 to the present, with current research foci on duality, narratology, women's domestic literature and the Victorian periodical press. She is also interrogating the concept of home both as complex architectural space and constructed diegetic place. She has been honored with several research and teaching awards, including the Carlin Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching, awarded annually to the top 2 out of over 1,000 such instructors at The University of Kansas.

 

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