Faculty & Staff

Dr. Elizabeth Cuddy Dr. Elizabeth Cuddy Assistant Professor, English and Foreign Languages Location:Armstrong Hall322 Phone:757-728-6733 Expertise:British literature, Composition

Courses Taught:

Written Communication I & II, English Literature I & II, Nineteenth-Century British Literature, Shakespeare

 

Education:

Ph.D., Purdue University (2015); M.A., Literary Studies, Purdue University (2009); B.A., English and History, University of Minnesota Morris (2006)

 

Research and Scholarly Interests:

Dr. Cuddy is currently working on adapting chapters from her dissertation, "The Counterfactual History Novel in Nineteenth-Century British Literature,” into article form. She has also begun two new research projects: the first focuses on nineteenth-century novellas by Mary Cowden Clarke, the second on contemporary adaptations featuring Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's characters Sherlock Holmes and John Watson.

Elizabeth Cuddy's article “Salvaging Wreckers: Sir Walter Scott, The Pirate, and Morality at Sea” was recently published in Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 53.4 (Autumn 2013).