Welcome to the Inter-Institutional Gothic
Welcome to the collaborative page for St. Anselm College’s EN337 Gothic Novel syllabus (taught by Dr. Meoghan Cronin) and Southern New Hampshire University’s LIT 451 Gothic Syllabus (taught by Dr. Susan E. Cook).
The purpose of this page is to provide opportunities for inter-campus dialogue between these two literature courses dedicated to the Gothic. We (Dr. Cronin and Dr. Cook) discovered we were both teaching a course on the Gothic this fall, and wanted to use the opportunity to bring our campuses together. In addition to this shared blog, through which we can discuss the texts we have in common, EN 337 is invited to attend LIT 451/651’s Gothic Poetry Student Reading, scheduled to take place in Walker Auditorium at SNHU on 7p.m. on Thursday, October 25th.
Dr. Cook is Assistant Professor of English at SNHU, where she teaches composition and eighteenth-, nineteenth-, and twentieth-century British literature. She holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a B.A. and M.A. in English from Boston College. Before moving to Manchester in 2011, she taught at Bemidji State University in Minnesota and the University of South Florida.
Dr. Cronin is an Associate Professor of English at Saint Anselm College. She teaches Freshman and Advanced writing and nineteenth-century British literature, including special topics courses in the Brontes, Mary Shelley, and the Gothic. She earned her Ph.D in English at the University of Delaware, and her B.A. from Villanova University. She lives in Goffstown, New Hampshire.