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Lisa M. Vetere, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department Advising Coordinator


Department
English
Office
The Great Hall Annex 409
Phone
732-571-3611
Email
lvetere@monmouth.edu
Office Hours
Office hours by appointment.

Lisa M. Vetere, Ph.D.

Education

Ph.D., Lehigh University

Research Interests

Dr. Vetere’s interests include: early and antebellum American literature and culture with an emphasis on historiography and the historical romance; American studies; cultural studies; and feminist criticism.

Publications

Scholarly Articles

“Imagining the Mastery of Cotton Mather: The Performance of Antebellum Manhood in Charles Upham’s Lectures on Witchcraft (1831).” Forthcoming in Clio A Journal of Literature, History and the Philosophy of History (Spring 2011)

“The Malefic Unconscious: Gender, Genre, and History in Early Antebellum Witchcraft narratives.” Under revision by request for Journal of Narrative Theory

Forthcoming

All the Rage at Salem: Gender, Genre, and History in Early Antebellum Witchcraft Narratives (by request of University Press of New England)

Additional Information

SERVICE:
University Discipline Committee
First-Year Seminar Working Group
Executive Committee, FAMCO
Curriculum Committee, Gender Studies
Curriculum Committee, English Department

Courses

Frequently Taught Classes

  • College Composition I (EN 101)
  • College Composition Ii (EN 102)
  • College English I (EN 101)
  • College English Ii (EN 102)
  • Cooperative Education: English (EN 488)
  • Early American Literature (EN 560)
  • Foundations of American Literature (EN 228)
  • Ghost Stories and Other Haunting Tales (EN 224)
  • Literary Studies for English Majors (EN 226)
  • Literature Ii: Neoclassical to the Present (EN 202)
  • Literature of Colonial America (EN 324)
  • Mid-Nineteenth Century American Literature (EN 327)
  • Nineteenth Century American Literature (EN 561)
  • Seminar in English (EN 491)
  • Twentieth Century Psychoanalysis (PR 473)

Recently Taught Classes

2020 Spring

2020 Fall

2019 Spring

2019 Summer B

2019 Fall

2018 Spring

2018 Fall

2017 Spring

2017 Fall

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