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Jane Robbins Mize

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Jane Robbins Mize is a doctoral candidate in English studying nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature and material culture. Her dissertation examines the intersections of colonialism, industrialism, and the cultural imagination of water in the twentieth-century United States. Jane Robbins is currently a Graduate Fellow for Teaching Excellence at the Center for Teaching and Learning. Previously, she was a fellow with the Penn Program in Envrionmental Humanities and a co-coordinator of the American Literature Working Group. Jane Robbins grew up in Athens, Georgia, and received her BA in English and Latin from the University of Texas at Austin.

Courses Taught

fall 2020

ENGL 200.303 Poetry and Print Culture  

spring 2019

ENGL 101.406 Jane Austen and Adaptation