Susan Cosby Ronnenberg
Associate Professor, English
Murphy Center 541
- B.A. in English, Hendrix College
- M.A. in English, Southwest Missouri State University
- Ph.D. in English, University of Oklahoma
- Composition and the Elements of Argument
- Composition and Literature [Mixed Signals: Gender, Miscommunication, and the Desire for Connection with Others]
- Honors Writing Seminar
- British Literature Survey I
- Literature and the Healing Arts
- Chaucer and his Age
- Renaissance and 17th Century Literature
- Women Writers to 1700
- History of English Language
Professional Activities and Affiliations:
- Co-authored with Glena G. Temple “Resources for Broadening Participation in Undergraduate Research,” Appendices, in Broadening Participation in Undergraduate Research: Fostering Excellence and Enhancing the Impact. Eds. Mary K. Boyd and Jodi L. Wesemann. Washington, D.C.: Council on Undergraduate Research, 2009. 357-385.
- “The Paralytic Impact of Grief on Displaced Princes: Hamlet and Oroonoko.” South Central Renaissance Conference. San Antonio, Texas. March 4, 2007.
- “Weaving Interactive Learning into the Literature Classroom.” The Teaching Professor Conference. Atlanta, Ga. May 19, 2007.
- "Divine Disruptions: Early Modern Female Mystics and Prophets." Workshop presentation coordinated with Carrie Klaus of DePauw University and Bo Karen Lee of Loyola College. Attending to Early Modern Women: Structures and Subjectivities. College Park, Md. Nov. 7, 2003.
- Member, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women
- Member, South Central Renaissance Association
- Member, Sixteenth Century Studies Association
- Member, Council on Undergraduate Research
- English Renaissance Literature, including prose, poetry, drama, and non-fiction
- Early Modern Women Writers
- Feminist Theory, Psychoanalytic Theory
- Madness, Melancholy, Grief, Death, and Gender in the Early Modern Period
- Popular Culture Studies