Jeannette E. Riley
Professor, English & Women's Studies
Ph.D. University of New Mexico
M.A. University of New Hampshire
B.A. Colby College
Contemporary Women's Literature, Literary Theory with an emphasis on Feminist Theory, post-1945 American Literature, Feminist pedagogy, Teaching with Technology
Office Location: LARTS 339
Jeannette E. Riley earned her Ph.D. in Contemporary American & British literature and literary theory in 1998 from the University of New Mexico. Riley's research and teaching focuses upon post-1945 American literature, contemporary women's literature, and feminist theory. In addition, Riley directs the Women's Studies program. Riley has published articles on Irish poet Eavan Boland, Adrienne Rich, Toni Morrison, Terry Tempest Williams, and Wallace Stegner, as well as articles on feminist pedagogy and online teaching.