Susan M. Griffin

English Courses Recently Taught:

ENGL 551 - 01: Special Topics-Victorian Ghost Stories: Figuring the Undead (Fall, 2008)
ENGL 681 - 01: 19th Century Things (Fall, 2007)
ENGL 105 - 05: Advanced Composition for Freshmen - WC (Fall, 2006)
ENGL 681 - 01: Fantastic Metamorphoses (Fall, 2005)

Educational Background

  • M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago

Teaching Areas

  • American and British 19th-C Literature & Culture; most recently: “Toni Morrison,” “Scenes of Reading,” “19th-C Ghost Fictions”

Research Interests

  • American and British 19th-C Literature& Culture
  • Henry James
  • Women's Studies

Professional Activities

  • Editor, Henry James Review

Professional Memberships

  • Editor, Henry James Review
  • Editorial Board, Arizona Quarterly
  • Executive Committee, Henry James Society

    Publications

    Cambridge Edition of the Complete Fiction of Henry James

    Henry James Reviewhttp://muse.jhu.edu/journals/henry_james_review/

    Teaching Transatlanticism: Curricular Conversations on 19th Century Anglo-American Print Culturehttps://transatlantic-currents.tcu.edu/

    The Men Who Knew Too Much: Henry James & Alfred Hitchcock http://www.oup.com/us/catalog/he/subject/Communication/FilmTelevisionStudies/FilmTheory/?&sf=toc&ci=9780199764433