Penn Arts & Sciences Logo

Erin O’Connor

Erin O’Connor

Erin O'Connor received her BA from UC Berkeley and her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. Her book Raw Material: Producing Pathology in Victorian Culture was published by Duke University Press in 2000. She has published articles on medical history, Victorian biography, and theoretical appropriations of Victorian literature; she also writes a website on higher education entitled Critical Mass.

Courses Taught

fall 2008

ENGL 073.001 19th Century Literature in Dialogue canceled  
ENGL 355.301 Dickens canceled  

fall 2007

ENGL 058.001 Irish Literature canceled  
ENGL 355.301 Dickens canceled  

spring 2007

ENGL 016.302 Literary Genealogy  
ENGL 263.301 Narrative Nonfiction  

fall 2006

ENGL 247.301 London and Literature  

spring 2006

fall 2005

ENGL 101.002 Dickens  

spring 2004

ENGL 254.301 Dickens  

fall 2003

ENGL 060.001 The Rise of the Novel  
ENGL 255.301 Novel Time Machines  

spring 2001

ENGL 055.001 Victorian Novel  
ENGL 753.301 Modernism's Roots  

fall 2000

ENGL 055.001 19th Century British Novel  
ENGL 600.301 Proseminar  

spring 2000

ENGL 754.301 Novel Doubletakes  

fall 1999

summer 1998

ENGL 060.950 Mapping the British Novel  
ENGL 067.950 Monumental Victorians  

spring 1998

fall 1997

ENGL 310.301 The Honors Program  
ENGL 556.301 Victorian Narratives  

spring 1997

ENGL 055.001 Victorian Novel  
ENGL 290.401 Invalid Women  

fall 1996

ENGL 275.301 Topics in the Novel  

spring 1996

ENGL 055.001 The Victorian Novel  

fall 1995