Associate Professor of English
Office: Wright 336
Ph.D., University of Nebraska (2003)
M.A., University of Nebraska (1997)
B.A., New Mexico State University (1996)
Bristish Romantic Period poetry and prose
Nineteenth-Century British Cultural Studies
Editor and Introduction. Vancenza and The Widow: Volume 2 of The Works of Mary Robinson. Pickering Masters Series. Pickering and Chatto, 2009.
"'Orgies of Nameless Horrors': Gender, Orientalism, and the Queering of Violence in Richard Marsh's The Beetle." Co-authored with W. C. Harris. Papers on Language and Literature 48.4 (2012): 339-381.
“Teaching Mary Darby Robinson's Suggested Reading List: Romanticism, Recovery Work, and Reading Beyond Anthologies.” Pedagogy 9.1 (2008).
Reading the Intersections of High Art and Popular Culture in Mary Robinson's Poetry and Prose
“Vauxhall Gardens and Late Eighteen-Century Pastoral: Living the Good Life in a Consumer-Driven Culture”
“Scanning the ‘various degrees of ornament': Mary Robinson, Poetry, and the Romantic Novel”
February 18, 2016: Dr. Santalucia will be reading poetry from her dynamic debut Because I Did Not Die at the Grove Spiritual Center, 6:30 p.m.
All events are free and open to the public!