Sarah Hogan

Sarah Hogan

Assistant Professor of EnglishKEN22796

Contact

Office:  C211 Tribble Hall
Phone: (336) 758-5135
Email: hogansa@wfu.edu

Degrees

         PhD University at Buffalo (SUNY)

         MA  Syracuse University

         BA  Syracuse University, summa cum laude

Book

Other Englands: Utopia, Capital, and Empire in an Age of Transition

forthcoming from Stanford University Press in Spring 2018

Areas of Interest

         Early Modern British Literature, especially More, Spenser, and Milton

         Utopian Studies

         Literature of the Atlantic Encounter

         Cultural and Historical Materialism

         Presentism

Courses Taught at WFU

ENG 399: Utopian Literature and Thought

ENG 325: Sixteenth-century British Literature

ENG 323: Shakespeare

ENG 302: Literature of the Atlantic Encounter

ENG 326: Early Modern Women Writers

ENG 265: British Literature Before 1800 (Gateway to the Major)

ENG 165: Class and Community in British Literature

Selected Publications 

“What More Means Now: Utopia, Occupy, and the Commons.” Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies, September 2013 http://www.clemson.edu/upstart/Essays/occupy/occupy.xhtml 

(Also to be reprinted in the forthcoming anthology, The Next Generation: New Voices in Utopian Studies, ed. Phillip Wegner, Ralahine)

“Utopia, Ireland, and the Tudor Shock Doctrine.” The Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 42.2 (2012): 461-486.

“Of Islands and Bridges: Figures of Uneven Development in the New Atlantis.” The Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies 12.3 (2012): 28-59.

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