Shannon Zellars-Strohl has studied English literature and religion and is currently completing her PhD in Victorian literature. Her research focuses upon intersections of traditional religion and seemingly secular supernaturalism in late-Victorian fiction. She is also currently studying self-reflection in contemporary horror cinema and its relationship to a pessimistic narcissism in America. Zellars-Strohl’s teaching and research often inform each other, and she has taught courses about zombies, serial killers, disease and death in Victorian literature, horror cinema and literary hauntings.
Fall 2017 Courses
- LAS-E233-01 Blood, Sweat, and Tears: Gender and Medicine In Victorian Literature
- LAS-E101-22 First-year Literature Seminar
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