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Cheryl Wilson: School of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty
Cheryl A. Wilson , Ph.D.
- Ph.D. English, University of Delaware
- M.A. English, University of Delaware
- B.A. English, SUNY Geneseo
- Stevenson University (2016- )
- Dean, School of Humanities & Social Sciences
- Professor, English
- University of Baltimore (2010-2016)
- Chair, School of Communications Design
- B.A. Program Director, English
- Associate Professor, English
- Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2005-2010)
- M.A. Program Director, English
- Assistant Professor, English
Wilson, Cheryl A. Jane Austen and the Victorian Heroine. London: Palgrave, 2017.
Wilson, Cheryl A. Fashioning the Silver Fork Novel. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2012.
Wilson, Cheryl A. Literature and Dance in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Jane Austen to the New Woman, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
BOOKS, Collaborations and Editing
Koppes Bryan, Laura with Cheryl A. Wilson, Shaping Work-Life Culture in Higher Education. New York: Routledge, 2015.
Wilson, Cheryl A. ed. Byron: Heritage and Legacy. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008.
Stetz, Margaret D. and Cheryl A. Wilson, eds. Michael Field and Their World. High Wycombe: Rivendale Press, 2007.
SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
“Boundless Partnership: Nineteenth Century Literature and Dance.” Literature Compass. (December 2016). Invited Contribution.
"The Arrival of the Waltz in England." BRANCH: Britain, Representation, and Nineteenth-Century History. http://www.branchcollective.org/ (2016). Invited Contribution.
“Bodily Sensations in the Conversion Poetry of Michael Field.” Victorian Poetry 52.2 (2016): 179-98.
“Margaret Oliphant Becomes a Heroine: Tracing a Literary Tradition.” Nineteenth-Century Prose 43.1/2 (Spring/Fall 2016): 245-62.
“‘Something like mine’: Catherine Hutton, Jane Austen, and Feminist Recovery Work.” Eighteenth-Century Theory and Interpretation. 58.2 (2015): 151-64.
“Dancing with Jane Austen: History and Practice in the Classroom.” Persuasions Online 34.2 (Spring 2014). Web.
“‘A Dream of Motion’: Global Dance in Victorian Literature and Culture.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 34.4 (2012): 341-57.
“Mona Caird’s Dancing Daughters.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 8.1 (2012). Web.
“Embodying Victorian Literature in the Urban Classroom.” Victorians Institute Journal 39 (2011): 29-46.
“‘Twas the Night Before Waterloo: Narrating the Nation in Vanity Fair.” Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Literature 120 (2011): 129-40.
“Placing the Margins: Literary Reviews, Pedagogical Practices, and the Canon of Victorian Women’s Writing.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 28.1 (2009): 57-74.
“Almack’s and the Silver-Fork Novel.” Women’s Writing 16.2 (2009): 237-52.
“Politicizing Dance in Late-Victorian Women’s Poetry.” Victorian Poetry 46.2 (2008): 191-206.
“Bride and Prejudice: A Bollywood Comedy of Manners.” Literature/Film Quarterly 34.4 (2006): 323-31.
“From the Drawing Room to the Stage: Performing Sexuality in Sarah Waters’s Tipping the Velvet.” Women’s Studies (2006): 285-305.
SELECTED HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS
“Academic Leaders Shaping Work-Life Culture.” (with Laura Koppes Bryan) The Department Chair (2015) Invited Contribution.
“LEAD: Steps for Shaping a Culture Supportive of Work and Life Satisfaction.” (with LauraKoppes Bryan) Dean and Provost (2015).
“Women, Work-Life, and Higher Education Leadership.” (with Laura Koppes Bryan) Women in Higher Education 23.11 (2014): 6-7.
19th-Century British Literature
Young Adult Literature
Fellowship, National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar, "Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries" (2012).
Faculty Distinguished Service Award, University of Baltimore, College of Arts & Sciences (2015)
Faculty Distinguished Scholarly Work Award, University of Baltimore, College of Arts & Sciences (2014)
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