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Loyola University Chicago

Department of English

Writing Instructors

Sarah Lahey

Title/s: Lecturer

Specialty Area: Rhetoric and Composition, American Literature, Critical Race Studies, Autobiography and Life-Writing

Office #: Loyola Hall 201

Phone: 82260

E-mail: slahey@luc.edu

Degrees

B.A. (English) Harvard University, 2001; Ph.D. (English) Northwestern University, 2012

Research Interests

Rhetoric and Composition, American Literature, Critical Race Studies, Autobiography and Life-Writing

Selected Publications

Recent Publications:

Book Review of A World on Fire: Britain’s Crucial Role in the American Civil War, by Amanda Foreman. Appearing in War, Literature, and the Arts (forthcoming Spring 2013).

“Honeybees and Discontented Workers: A Critique of Industry in the Fiction of Louisa May Alcott.” American Literary Realism 44.2 (Winter 2012): 133-156.

Works in Progress:

The Ethnic Civil War: Minority Voices and Life-Writing of the Civil War Era. A book project.

Loyola

Department of English
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Chicago, IL 60660
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