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Dr. Suzie A Park

Dr. Suzie A Park

Associate Professor of English

Office: 3030 - Coleman Hall
Email: sapark@eiu.edu
Dr. Suzie Asha Park’s areas of teaching and research interest include British Romanticism, the novel, poetry, women writers, sentimental culture, literary theory, and information theory.  Her articles have appeared in journals including Nineteenth-Century Prose, Literature CompassEighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, European Romantic Review, and in the edited collection Recognizing the Romantic Novel: New Histories of British Fiction, 1780-1830 (Liverpool UP, 2008).  She has been an NEH Fellow, Mellon Fellow, and participant in the National Humanities Center Summer Institute. She is currently at work on two book projects, titled Compulsory Narration: Resisting the Demand for Depth in an Age of Information, 1750-1850, and Preparing for Eventualities.


Frequently Taught Courses

English 4775: Literature and Science: On Bugs, Zombies, and Literary Theory

Education

Dr. Park holds a B.A. in English from Duke University and a Ph.D. in English from the University of California, Berkeley.

Inducted into the national honors organization, Phi Beta Kappa, at Duke University (Beta Chapter of North Carolina), Dr. Park has served as the President of the PBK Alumni Association of East Central Illinois since 2008.


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