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LeAnne Garner

LeAnne Garner


Ph.D. candidate, Georgia State University; M.A., Middle Tennessee State University, 2001; B.A., University of Mississippi, 1998; First year at MTSU: 2012

Office: PH 356; Phone/Voice Mail: 494-7951 
LeAnne Garner is a Ph.D. candidate at Georgia State University. Her specialty is Nineteenth Century American literature and her secondary area of concentration is Victorian literature. She is currently working on her dissertation, which discusses Chicagoan Henry Blake Fuller's contribution to American literature in the 1890s. LeAnne has presented papers at the Women's Studies Conference and the New Voices conference. She has also instructed various workshops at MTSU and Georgia State and been published as an editorial assistant. Most recently, she has contributed an entry to the American History Through Literature: 1820-1870 encyclopedia series and received an Outstanding Teaching Award from the English Department's Lower Division. LeAnne has been teaching English at the university level for the past 14 years.

Professor Garner's CV