Faculty & Staff

Dr. Amee Carmines Dr. Amee Carmines Associate Professor, English and Foreign Languages Location:Armstrong Hall234 Phone:757-727-5415 Expertise:literary theory, world literature, poetry

Courses taught: Senior Capstone, Introduction to Literature, World Literature, Literary Criticism, American Literature, Ethnic Literature, Freshman Composition, Shakespeare, Composition

 

Education: PhD in Comparative Literature, Cornell University; B.A. in French and German, University of Mary Washington

 

Research interests: Dr. Carmines has most recently published on the work of contemporary author Percival Everett. Her scholarly interests include the relationship between canonical works and contemporary revisions, literary theory with a focus on hermeneutics, and world literature in the 21st century.