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Anne Mallory
Assistant Professor


Office: Bate 2146
Phone: 252-328-6646
E-mail: mallorya@ecu.edu

Anne Mallory specializes in British Romanticism.  Her article, “Burke, Boredom, and the Theater of Counterrevolution,” appeared in the March 2003 issue of PMLA, where it was awarded the William Riley Parker Prize as the outstanding article published in that journal during 2002-03.  She is currently completing a book manuscript entitled Acting Out Feeling: Histrionics in Burke, Austen, and Thackeray.  In addition to British Romantic poetry and prose, her research and teaching interests include: the sentimental tradition in late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literature; the novel of manners; psychoanalytic literary theory. 

Degrees
B.A. Williams College
M.A. Cornell University
Ph.D. Cornell University

Primary Areas of Research/Teaching
British Romanticism
Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture
Psychoanalysis

Courses Taught
6155: Romantic Literature
4150: The Romantic Period

3410: Introduction to Poetry
3010: History of British Literature 1700-1900

2000: Interpreting Literature
1000: Appreciating Literature

Selected Publications and Presentations
“Burke, Boredom, and the Theater of Counterrevolution,” PMLA 118 (2) March 2003: 224-238