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Chad Rohman

Professor, Chair. English

Chad Rohman’s research is focused on late 19th century American writers, particularly Mark Twain. He has presented public lectures and professional papers on various American authors, including Mary Austin, Flannery O’Connor, Charles Chesnutt, and John Woolman. He also does research on America’s culture wars, American women regional authors, and American gothic literature. Rohman received The Quarry Farm/Mark Twain Center Research Fellowship from the Center for Mark Twain Studies (Elmira, NY) in 1998. Chad Rohman’s research is focused on late 19th century American writers, particularly Mark Twain. He has presented public lectures and professional papers on various American authors, including Mary Austin, Flannery O’Connor, Charles Chesnutt, and John Woolman. He also does research on America’s culture wars, American women regional authors, and American gothic literature. Rohman received The Quarry Farm/Mark Twain Center Research Fellowship from the Center for Mark Twain Studies (Elmira, NY) in 1998.

Expertise: 
19th century American literature
Mark Twain
American women regional writers
American Gothic literature
Office & Location: 
Lewis 304
Office Phone: 
x6839