Dr. Lanya M. Lamouria
Missouri State University
901 S. National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65810
PhD, English Literature, 2005, Washington University – Saint Louis
- MA, English Literature, 1994, Washington University – Saint Louis
- BA, English Literature, 1992, University of California – Berkeley
- ENG 748: Seminar in English Literature after 1798
- ENG 580/682: Gender Issues in Language and Literature
- ENG 568/669: World Literature
- ENG 548/648: Major British Authors
- ENG 547/647: Modern British Literature
- ENG 546/646: Victorian Literature
- UHC 410: Senior Honors Seminar - Victorian Sexualities Past/Present
- ENG 380: Introduction to Women’s Literature
- ENG 341: Survey of English Literature II
- ENG 310: Writing for Graduate and Professional Schools—Art and Design
- ENG 287: Life Stages in Literature
- ENG 282: Literature by Women
- ENG 235: Critical Approaches to Literature
- ENG 110: Honors English Composition
- Lamouria, Lanya. “Democracy, Terror, and Utopia in Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities.” Victorian Literature and Culture (forthcoming)
- Lamouria, Lanya. “Villette, Female Political Agency, and the French Revolution of 1848.” Journal of Victorian Culture. 26.3 (2021).
- Lamouria, Lanya. “Recent Dickens Studies: 2016.” Dickens Studies Annual. 48 (2018): 182-248.
- Lamouria, Lanya. “Financial Revolution: Representing British Financial Crisis after the French Revolution of 1848.” Victorian Literature and Culture. 43.3 (2015): 489-510.
Research and professional interests
- Victorian literature, revolution and democracy
- Undergraduate research
Awards and honors
- Curtis P. Lawrence Master Teacher, Honors College, Missouri State University, 2017