Roxanne Eberle

Associate Professor Office: 240 Park Hall

(Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles,1994), Associate Professor, specializes in Romantic Literature, Nineteenth-Century Studies, and Feminist Literary Criticism. Her first book, Chastity and Transgression in Women's Writing, 1792-1897: Interrupting the Harlot's Progress (Palgrave Publishers, 2002), explores representations of sexual transgression and feminist activism in a range of nineteenth-century texts written by women. She has also published essays on Amelia Opie (Studies in the Novel 1994) and British Abolitionist poetry (Romanticism and Women Poets: Opening the Doors of Reception 1999). Most recently, Dr. Eberle has edited Women and Romanticism, 1790-1830 (Routledge, 2006), a five volume collection of primary materials inclusive of pedagogical tracts, poetry, periodical essays, and novels. She is currently at work on a cultural biography of Amelia Opie (1769-1853), a poet, novelist and abolitionist.

Dr. Eberle teaches a range of courses on the Undergraduate and Graduate level. Her undergraduate courses have included courses on Romantic Literature, Jane Austen, Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Women Writers, Virginia Woolf, and the Novel of the Romantic Period. Graduate courses have included surveys of both Earlier and Later Romantic Writers, as well as seminars on the "Romantic Novel," "Jane Austen," and "Austen, the Brontes, Gaskell, and Woolf."

Dr. Eberle is co-chair, with Dr. Chloe Wigston Smith and Dr. Casie LeGette, of the Georgia Colloquium in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Literature. For more information, please visit the colloquium's website at :

Office hours:

Mondays and Wednesdays 11:00-12:00 and by appointment

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Roxanne Eberle
Fall 15 ENGL4500 Romantic Literature EBERLE, ROXANNE 17327 T R 11 :00 AM Park Hall 0074
Fall 15 ENGL4890 Topics Crit and Cult EBERLE, ROXANNE 17333 T R 2 :00 PM Park Hall 0144
Fall 15 ENGL9000 Doctoral Research EBERLE, ROXANNE 20039 00 :01 AM No Classroom Required
Summer 15 ENGL9000 Doctoral Research EBERLE, ROXANNE 54278 00 :01 AM No Classroom Required
Spring 15 ENGL2360H Eng Lit Since 1700h EBERLE, ROXANNE 27997 M W F 10 :10 AM Park Hall 0251
Spring 15 ENGL4505 Jane Austen EBERLE, ROXANNE 27975 M W F 1 :25 PM Park Hall 0250
Spring 15 ENGL9000 Doctoral Research EBERLE, ROXANNE 23860 00 :01 AM No Classroom Required
Spring 15 ENGL9300 Doct Dissertation EBERLE, ROXANNE 30340 00 :01 AM No Classroom Required