Dr. Erin Fehskens

Assistant Professor

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Education

B.A., Ball State University, 2001
M.A. and Ph.D., Duke University, 2008

Areas of Expertise

Postcolonial Literature
Twentieth Century Global/World Literature
Future Worlds

Biography

Erin Fehskens teaches courses in postcolonial literature, twentieth century global/world literature, and future worlds. She has published articles and presented conference papers on well-known and lesser-known writers and artists such as Derek Walcott, Dennis Scott, Caryl Phillips, Lubaina Himid, M. NourbeSe Philip, Nalo Hopkinson, and Aimé Césaire. She is currently completing a book project titled Crick Crack, Muse: Afterlives of Epic in the Black Atlantic, 1939-present. Dr. Fehskens is also the LIT advisor and Honors Thesis director for the English Department. Contact her if you are interested in either of these opportunities.

Courses Fall 2017

  • ENGL 300 Methods and Research
  • ENGL 485 Capstone Experience Literature of Oil and Water
  • TSEM 190 Honors Towson Seminar Water