Amy Wolf, PhD Associate Professor
Office: Tower 903
Office Hours: M 10-12:30, W 2:30-4, and by appointment
Recent publications by Dr. Wolf include “Bernard Mandeville, Fielding’s Amelia, and the Necessities of Plot” in The Eighteenth-Century Novel and “Epistolarity, Narrative, and the Fallen Woman in Mansfield Park” in Eighteenth-Century Fiction. She currently contributes to The Scriblerian as the Eliza Haywood editor.
Dr. Wolf teaches classes in the field of eighteenth-century British literature and first-year composition and literature. Recent courses include Jane Austen, British Women Writers, Introduction to English Studies, History of the Novel I, and The Coffeehouse Culture of Eighteenth-Century England, for which she won an award for innovative course design from the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.