Dr. Steve Criniti

Dr. Steve Criniti
Assosciate Professor of English
Elbin Library 30

Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Cincinnati
M.A. in English from the University of Dayton
B.A. in English and Professional Communication from Wheeling Jesuit University

20th Century American Literature
Ethnic American Literature
Literary/Cultural Theory

Courses Taught:
Advanced Composition
“The American Century”
American Literature through the Civil War
American Literature after the Civil War
English Literature Through the 18th Century
English Literature After the 18th Century
Freshman Composition I & II
Honors Composition II
Literature’s Desperate Housewives
Non-Western Literature
Women and Minority Writers

Criniti, Steve.  “Chick Lit on Yellow Paper: Stevie Smith as Precursor.” Readings: A Journal for Scholars and Readers 1.1 (2015): n.pag. Web.

Criniti, Steve.  “Thirty Years a Slave and Four Years a Fairy Godmother: Dressmaking as Self-making in Elizabeth Keckley’s Autobiography.”  The Elizabeth Keckley Reader:  A Determined Life.  Ed. Sheila Smith McKoy.  Hillsborough, NC: Eno Press, 2016.  (Forthcoming April 2016).