Sharon Harrow

Office: Horton Hall 304
Phone: 
(717) 477-1183
Email: 
srharr@ship.edu

Education:

B.A., University of Michigan (1990)
M.A., University of Arizona (1994)
Ph.D., University of Arizona (1999)

Teaching Interests: 

  • 18th-Century British and Postcolonial Literature and Culture 
  • Ethnic Studies and Literature 
  • Gender and Sexuality Studies 
  • Composition 

Undergraduate Courses Taught: 

 

Featured Publications: 

Books

2020     Adapting the Eighteenth Century: A Handbook of Pedagogies and Practices, (co-edited with

Kirsten T. Saxton.) Boydell & Brewer Ltd (University of Rochester Press), 2020.

Formats: Hardcover and Ebook. Sole author of chapter “Eliza Haywood’s Bad Habits

 

2019, 2016, 2015

British Sporting Literature and Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century, (Ed.) Ashgate

Publishing, 2015; Routledge Press, 2016; Reprinted in Paperback form, Routledge Press, 2019

            Reviewed in Nordic Sports Studies Forum, Malmo University, Sweden (9/16), SEL Studies in

English Literature 1500-1900 (summer 2017), Eighteenth-Century Life (9/18). SEL listed the book

as “particularly exciting this year” in Haggerty, G. E. "Recent Studies in the Restoration and

Eighteenth Century."

Sole author of chapter “Boxing for England: Daniel Mendoza and the Theater of Sport”

 

2004     Adventures in Domesticity: Gender and Colonial Adulteration in Eighteenth-Century British

Literature, AMS Press, 2004.  Reviewed in Times Literary Supplement (London, 4/05), Choice (3/05), Studies in English Literature (Summer 2005), 18th-Century Intelligencer (2/06)

Articles, Book Chapters, Encyclopedia Entries, and Reviews (abbreviated) 

“Arpasia; Or, The Wanderer.” The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel,1660-1820, Ed. April London. Cambridge University Press, 2020-2021. 1200 words. (in press) 

“The Nabob: A Novel. In A Series of Letters. By at Lady. In Two Volumes.” The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel,1660-1820, Ed. April London. Cambridge University Press, 2020-2021. 1200 words. (in press) 

“Ideology and Satire in English Bareknuckle Boxing Literature.” Cultures of Boxing. Ed. David Scott. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2015  

“Empire.” Samuel Johnson in Context. Ed. Jack Lynch. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012: 182-190. 

"Gender & Genre." Aphra Behn Online: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830. 2.1 (2012).  

Assignment in Pedagogy Share, Aphra Behn Online: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts 1640-1830 2.1 (2012) 

“Anna Maria Falconbridge.”  Dictionary of African Biography. Ed. Henry Louis Gates & Emmanuel K. Akyeampong. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. (online and in print) 

“Having Text: Desire and Language in Haywood's Love in Excess and The Distressed Orphan.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction. 22.2 (2009): 279-308.  

Introduction and general editor: “Memorial Special Feature: Douglas Canfield,” Eighteenth-Century Theory and Interpretation (guest editor), 46:3 (Fall 2005)