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Goulding, Susan M

Susan Goulding, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor
  • Graduate Faculty

Department: English

Office: The Great Hall Annex 406

Phone: (732) 571-3615

Email: goulding@monmouth.edu


Education

Ph.D., New York University

M.A., Adelphi University

B.A., Adelphi University

Research Interests

Field of study is eighteenth-century British literature, with interest in women’s studies, as well as reception history, and genre and narrative theory.

Scholarly Articles

Dr. Goulding has published articles on Mary Leapor, Letitia Pilkington, and Aphra Behn; the most recent article is about the nuns in Aphra Behn’s prose fiction in Volume 10 (Fall 2008) of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies. Dr. Goulding’s longer project addresses the relationship between biography and reception history for eighteenth-century women writers. She is working on articles on Isak Dinesen’s short fiction, and on Mary Robinson’s sonnet sequence, Sapho and Phaon.

Additional Information

SERVICE:

Departmental Advising Coordinator
Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Thesis Advisor and Second Reader
Honors Council
Undergraduate Major Curriculum Committee
Graduate Program Committee
General Education Course Committee

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Spring

  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present – EN 202

2021 Fall

  • Foundations of British Literature – EN 227

2021 Spring

  • College Composition I – EN 101

2020 Fall

  • Foundations of British Literature – EN 227

2020 Spring

  • Literature I: Ancient Through Renaissance – EN 201

2019 Fall

  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present – EN 202

Frequently Taught Classes

  • British Literature I (EN 205)
  • College Composition I (EN 101)
  • College Composition II (EN 102)
  • College English I (EN 101)
  • College English II (EN 102)
  • Foundations of British Literature (EN 227)
  • Language and Community (EN 384)
  • Literature I: Ancient Through Renaissance (EN 201)
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present (EN 202)
  • Restoration and Augustan Literature (EN 325)
  • Seminar in English (EN 491)