Emily Anderson / Associate Professor
Chair, Film Studies


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Emily Anderson earned her B.A. from Willamette University, her M.A. from Mills College, and her Ph.D. from University of California, Berkeley. Her previous work has centered on epistemological crises in gothic novels and on adaptation theory. Currently, she is working on cinematic narrative strategies and their relationship to literary narrative. Her articles have appeared in EntertextEighteenth-Century Fiction, and The Journal of Narrative Theory. She teaches eighteenth- and nineteenth-century English literature, film and literary theory.


CONTACT
Office: Old Main 309
Knox College
2 East South Street
Box 57
Galesburg, IL 61401
309.863.5183
anderson@knox.edu

 

RECENT COURSES
FP: Social Justice & Social Media
The Literary Arts
Reading Theories
Literature & Power: Tumblr & the SJWs
English Literature: Enlightenment to Empire
Eighteenth Century Literature
Structure of the English Language
History of the English Language
Romantic Literature
Victorian Literature
Theories of the Novel
Literary Criticism
Film Theories
Jane Austen
Senior Seminar

 

PODCASTS
At the Knox Writers’ House