Sarah Schuetze

Sarah Schuetze

Assistant Professor

SA 255

Sarah Schuetze (PhD University of Kentucky, 2015; MA University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 2007; MFA University of Michigan 2002) teaches American Literature, Literary Studies, Poetry, Gothic Literature, LGBT Literature, Ecocriticism and Animal Studies. Archival research for Dr. Schuetze's current book project, Calamity Howl, is supported by awards including a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Massachusetts. She is also an award-winning wildlife rehabber and a Medium author.

 

Selected Recent Publications:

 

"Carrying Home the Enemy: Smallpox and Revolution in American Love and Letters, 1775-1776." Early American Literature 53.1, 2018.

 

"Early America’s Guide to Sex: Aristotle’s Masterpiece." Common-Place 17.3, 2017.

 

"Zora Neale Hurston." The Jazz Era (ed. Mary Pat Brady). 2017.

 

"With a Queer Slant." On the Edge of a New Century (ed. Mary Pat Brady). 2017

"Mapping a ‘Demon Malady’: Cholera Maps and Affect in 1832," Common-Place 17.1 (2017).