Nicole Denner

Nicole Denner

Visiting Assistant Professor of English

Nicole Denner, Ph.D., attended Indiana University for her undergraduate and master's degrees, and received her Ph.D. in comparative literature from Northwestern University.

  • Ph.D., comparative literature with a home department in French, Northwestern University
  • M.A., comparative literature, Indiana University
  • B.A., comparative literature and French, Indiana University

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Course Sampling

  • FSEM: Anxiety of Identity
  • Writing and Rhetoric
  • English
  • Reading Narrative

Areas of Expertise

  • English

Biography

Nicole Denner, Ph.D., attended Indiana University for her undergraduate and master's degrees, and received her Ph.D. in comparative literature from Northwestern University. She studied horror films at Indiana University and 18th century Enlightenment literature for her doctorate (they aren't so different, after all). She has taught at Stetson University since 2001 in both the French and English departments. She is most interested in how and why texts so frequently turn inward and comment upon themselves.

Research

  • 18th century French literature
  • Texts which discuss their own status as art