Joseph McQueen

jm Joe specializes in nineteenth-century British literature and is fascinated by its relationship to religion and secularization. Currently, he is dissertating on the impact of liturgy and religious ritual on Romantic and Victorian writers. His publications have appeared or are forthcoming in SEL: Studies in English LiteratureEuropean Romantic Review, and Christianity and Literature.

Beyond his research focus, Joe’s interests include British literature—medieval to modern—, critical theory, and philosophical theology. He finds captivating almost anything he reads by Walter Pater, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Marilynne Robinson, Jean-Louis Chrétien, and David Bentley Hart.

Education

Ph.D. Ohio State University (in process)
M.A. Ohio State University, 2012
B.A. Northwest University, 2008

Courses

Composition I: Expository Writing
Composition II: Rhetoric and Research
Survey of British Literature
Survey of American Literature
Shakespeare
Romantic Literature
Victorian Literature
Literary Theory
Topics in Film

Link to Joe’s CV