Deeanna Rohr

Deeanna Rohr

M.A. Cleveland State University
B.A. Kent State University

Research Interests:

Early American and 19th-Century American Literature: Mysticism, the Body and the Logos

Select Publications:

“Owning Nothing,” “The Invisible Man as the Easter Bunny,” and “Presence Absence,” in The Vindicator

Select Conference Presentations:

  • “Figurative Language in 19th-Century America Literature,” chaired panel (two sessions), M/MLA Conference, November 2007
  • “Metaphor is Walden, Walden is metaphor,” American Symposium/Syracuse Exchange, University at Albany, SUNY, Spring 2007
  • “Quentin Compson: A Personified Metaphor,” Googling Critique Conference, EGSO Conference, University at Albany, SUNY, Spring 2006

Select Teaching Experience:

ENG102z: Introduction to Creative Writing
ENG121: Reading Literature
ENG240: Growing Up in America
ENG210: Introduction to English Studies (teaching assistant)
Writing Center Tutor
Curriculum vitae