Visiting Assistant Professor
- University Hall 003
- Office Hours: Mondays 11:15-12:15 & Wednesdays 2-3
Ean High's research and writing join ongoing efforts to advance critical knowledge of religious life and expression in the study of American literature. His work on early and nineteenth century literatures has been supported by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation's Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellowship, the Peabody Essex Museum, and the Libraries of Haverford College. His article, "The Devil and a Disease: Early Representations of Quaker Women in the Atlantic World," has been accepted for publication in ELH: English Literary History.Ean's commitment to the classroom has been recognized by a teaching award from the Northwestern English Department.