Print / Share  


Terry Harris

Name: Terry G. Harris

Title: Associate Professor & Chair

Start Year at LSUS: 1988

Department: English and Foreign Languages

School: Humanities and Social Sciences

College: Arts and Sciences

Office Location: Bronson Hall 258

Office Phone: 318-797-5368

Office Fax: 318-797-5290


Teaching Assignments:

Introduction to Literary Study
Senior Capstone
The British Romantic Period
The British Victorian Period
The British Novel to 1900

Research Interests:

Nineteenth-Century British Literature

Selected Publications:

"Joseph Butler," British Philosophers, 1500-1799, Dictionary of Literary Biography, 252, ed. Philip B. Dematteis and Peter S. Fosl.  Detroit:  Bruccoli Clark Layman--The Gale Group, 2002.  98-106.

Personal Bio:

Ph.D., English Literature, 1985
University of Missouri
Dissertation: "Reconstructing Christianity: Matthew Arnold's Religious Essays, Christian Romanticism, and the Church of England"

M.A., English Literature, 1973
Brigham Young University
Thesis: "‘The Unity of All Hath Been Revealed': A Study of William Wordsworth's Attachment to the Church of England"

B.A., English (minor: German), 1971
Brigham Young University

Vita: To review my Vita, please click here.

Apply Visit Request Information