Kellie Donovan-Condron

Adjunct Lecturer

Academic Division: Arts & Humanities

Bio

Dr. Donovan-Condron teaches intermediate literature, rhetoric, and foundation courses in Arts and Humanities. Her research interests are an interdisciplinary mix of literature, history, and material culture. Areas of particular interest include urban identity in the early nineteenth century, the gothic novel, women's writing, consumerism and consumption in literature, Southern Gothic, and fairy tales. In the summer of 2013, she was selected to be a summer scholar in the National Endowment for the Humanities seminar "Reassessing Romanticism." She is currently part of a team that is producing a digital archive of nineteenth-century writer Mary Russell Mitford's works and correspondence.​

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, Tufts University
  • MA, Boston College
  • BA, The George Washington University

Academic Interests

British & American Romanticism; Gothic Literature; Nineteenth-Century Irish Literature & the Irish Literary Revival; Urban Literature and Culture; Women Writers

Courses

Degree Courses 2016-2017

  • LVA 2078: MAD BAD REBELS AND ANTIHEROS
  • RHT 1001: RHETORIC II

Degree Courses 2015-2016

  • AHS 1000: AHS FOUNDATION