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Dr. Abigail Keegan

Dr. Abigail Keegan

Dr. Abigail Keegan,
Professor of English
English

Biography

Courses:
British Literature, Western Literature, Women’s Literature, Literature and Spirituality.

Teaching and Research Interests:

Dr. Keegan's research interests include British Literature, particularly British Romantic Poetry, Gender Studies, and Gothic Film and Literature. Her publications include a number of poems, three books of poetry, and critical works on such British and American authors as Percy Bysshe Shelley and Sarah Orne Jewett. Because of the ever-growing interest of students in the gothic, her current research is focused on the gothic writings of contemporary Scottish women. She is currently at work on a new book of poetry.

Of Note:
Author of Byron’s Othered Self and Voice: Contextualizing the Homographic Signature and three books of poetry: The Feast of the Assumptions, Oklahoma Journey, and Depending on the Weather; Honors Program Faculty; Director of Distinguished Scholarships and Internships.

Contact Information

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Walker Center
Oklahoma City, OK 73106