Faculty/Staff Directory

Dr. Lisa Bro

Associate Professor of English
English

Phone: 478.934.3456

Locations:
Office Hours: Fall 2017
Mondays: Online--10-2
Tuesdays & Thursdays: Eastman--1-2 & 4:45-5:15
Wednesdays: Cochran--10-12
Courses: ENGL 1101: Comp I
ENGL 1102: Comp II
ENGL 2132: American Lit II
ENGL 2122: British Lit II
ENGL 2111: World Lit I
ENGL 2130: Studies in Short Fiction
ENGL 4470: Contemporary Literature
Education: B.A. Wartburg College (Communication Arts & English)
M.A. University of Northern Iowa (20th Century American & Creative Writing)
Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Greensboro (20th Century American)
Professional Experience: Editor and contributor: Monsters of Film, Fiction, and Fable
Chair, SAMLA Literary Monsters & Speculative Fiction Panels
Editorial Board: Making Connections and GPAJ journals
President of Georgia Philological Association
Organizations: Postmodernism
Magical Realism
Multiethnic American Literature
Speculative Fiction
Publications: "The Masculinized, Female Hero: Punishing Misalignment in Battlestar Galactica and Game of Thrones" in Summer 2017 Journal of the Georgia Philological Society
“Magical Realism and Sisterly Bonds: The Restructuring of Identity in Sarah Addison Allen’s Garden Spells and The Sugar Queen” in the Summer 2016 Georgia Philological Association Journal
“Recapturing the Sublime” in the Fall 2016 issue of the North Carolina Literary Review
“Still Afloat.” Academic Apartheid: Waging the Adjunct War. Ed. Sylvia DeSantis. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.
“N. Scott Momaday’s House Made of Dawn.” Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature. Vol. 2. Ed. Jennifer McClinton-Temple. Facts on File, 2010.
“Maxine Hong Kingston’s Tripmaster Monkey.” Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature. Vol. 2. Ed. Jennifer McClinton-Temple. Facts on File, 2010.
"Sounds Like a Good Idea." Extracts 1 (2009): 31-39
“Strange Changes: Cultural Transformation in U.S. Magical Realist Fiction.” LiCuS: Journal of Literary Theory and Cultural Studies 2.3 (2007): 45-61.
“The Supernatural and Cultural Agency.” Perforations 29: Hauntology. July 2007.
“The Evolution of White Voodoo in Alejo Carpentier, Lewis Nordan, and Sean Stewart.” American@ 1.2 (2003): 133-64.


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