19th Century British Literature, Visual Culture, History of Photography, Media
Life Writing, Women’s Literature, 18th and 19th century British Literature
19th-century British literature, early 20th-century British literature, gender and sexuality studies, digital humanities, George Eliot, Virginia Woolf
Humanities Education, Literacy, 19th Century British Literature, Writing, Rhetorical Theory, Critical Theory
Digital humanities, poetic form, 19th-century British Literature, archives, research methods.
17th, 18th, and 19th century British literature/culture, digital media and humanities, aesthetics, poetics, the body, technology, and more!
19th Century British Literature, Victorian, Romantic Poetry, Literature and Medicine, Gender studies, Women’s Studies, Interdisciplinary, Spacial Studies, Transatlantic
19th & 20th century American Literature
Darwinism & NeoDarwinism
19th century British Literature
film especially 1939-1950 American film, text-to-film adaptation studies, reception studies, history of the novel, 18th and 19th century British literature, Shakespeare, poetry, etymology, psychological analysis of literature and film
Christiana Salah is Assistant Professor of English at Hope College, currently on leave as Visiting Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Kenyon College. In addition to WGS, her main focus area is 19th-Century British Literature. She also pursues research in Disability Studies, and joined the Mellon Grand Challenges Initiative “Going Global, Starting Local: Disability in Contemporary Societies.” She received her PhD in English from the University of Connecticut in 2016. Dr. Salah’s current book project traces the popularity of the Victorian governess figure from the nineteenth century to the present. Her chief scholarly interest lies in revealing how characters who fall in the interstices of stereotypical class and gender divisions — in literature for adults and children, as well as adaptations of both in various media — are particularly useful in revealing cultural currents of fantasy, prejudice, anxiety, and aspiration.