Bradly Fruhauff PhD
Assistant Professor of English
STARTED AT TIU:
PhD, English, Loyola University Chicago
MA, English, Portland State University
BA, Philosophy and Psychology, Calvin College
AWARDS, AFFLILIATIONS, & ACHIEVEMENTS
Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit Honor’s Society, inducted Sept. 2008
PUBLICATIONS OF NOTE
“Dickens’s Haunted Christmas: The Ethics of the Spectral Text,” Forum [special issue on haunting] 7 (Autumn 2008).
“The Lost Work of Longfellow’s Hiawatha,” M/MLA Journal, 40.2 (Fall 2007): 79-96.
Dr. Fruhauff specializes in long 19th century literature (Victorian and Romantic period). Additional interests include the history of the novel, and the intersections of literature and philosophy, ethical criticism, and film studies. He is editor-in-chief of Relief: A Christian Literary Expression and writes poetry and fiction.
Dr. Fruhauff is also the faculty advisor for the TIU arts journal, The Trillium, and is on the faculty Fine Arts Festival committee. The following are student-led blogs emerging from his upper-level electives courses:
Fall 2011: ENG 320 American Lit II
Spring 2012: ENG 350 Topics: The 18th Century