Scott T. Rogers, Ph.D.

Education:

Ph.D. English, Oklahoma State University, 2003.

Dissertation: Rethinking Fallenness in Victorian Women's Poetry

M.A. English, Oklahoma State University, 1997.

B.A. English, The University of Southern Mississippi, 1994.

Recent Publications:

"Joss Whedon's Dollhouse and Joss Whedon's Dollhouse." The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 22 (2011):153-70.

"Domestic Servants, Midnight Meetings, and The Magdalen's Friend and Female Homes' Intelligencer.'" Victorian Literature and Culture 39 (2011): 443-61.

"Tranforming the Fallen Woman in Adelaide Anne Proctor's 'A Legend of Provence.'"Victorian Transformations: Genre, Nationalism and Desire in Nineteenth-Century Literature. Ed. Bianca Tredennick. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2011. 151-63.

"The Edge of Sisterhood in Christina Rossetti's 'The Convent Threshold.'" The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 14 (2005): 30-42.

"Re-reading sisterhood in Christina Rossetti's 'Noble Sisters' and 'Sister Maude.'" Studies in English Literature 43 (2003): 859-76.

Recent Conference Presentations:

"'Locked together in one nest': 'Goblin Marker,' Prostitution, and the Church Penitentiary Association." Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association. Scottsdale, AZ. October, 2011.

"Joss Whedon's Dollhouse and Joss Whedon's Dollhouse." Popular Culture Association. San Antonio, TX, April, 2011.

"'Nobody wants to be un-anything': Pushing Daisies and the Problem of a Kinder, Gentler, Zombie. Southwest Popular Culture Association. Albuquerque, NM. February, 2009.

"Christina Rossetti's Other Women."  Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association.  Reno, NV.  October, 2008.

"'Keeping my private sentiments to myself': Privacy, Class, and The Moonstone." Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association. Calgary, AL, Canada. October, 2007.

"The Lost Fan's Burden: Class Consciousness and the Price of Lost Fandom." Southwest Popular Culture Association. Albuquerque, NM. February, 2007.

"The Fallen Woman and the Problem of Complete Reclamation in Adelaide Anne Procter's 'A Legend of Provence.'" Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association. Tucson, AZ. October, 2006.

"Joss the Buffy Slayer: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Fetishizing of Violence Against Women." Southwest Popular Culture Association. Albuquerque, NM. February, 2006.

"'Beyond the tinsel sentiment': Navigating the Rhetoric of Fallenness in Dora Greenwell's 'Christina.'" British Women Writers Conference. Lafayettte, LA. April, 2005.

Selected Teaching:

English 3750—Television as Literature

English 6250—The Victorian Novel

English 6010/6020—Literature in Context/Foundations of Literature

English 4710—Jane Austen

English 4640—Victorian Literature

English 3720—Victorian Prostitution and its Enemies

English 3210—Advanced College Writing