Juliette B. Schaefer
||Associate Professor of English
Arts and Letters
||Ph.D., Duquense University; M.A., University of Dayton; B.A., University of Dayton
Dr. Juliette B. Schaefer’s fields of study include 19th
-century British literature and Renaissance, and 17th
-century British literature. She is specifically interested in working-class literature, Hardy studies, Dickens studies, women’s literature, and Shakespeare. Dr. Schaefer has presented papers on periodical publication, Thomas Hardy, D. H. Lawrence, and teaching composition.
She has published several book reviews in Victorian Periodicals Review
, as well as articles on Helen Taylor and William T. Moncrieff. She belongs to several professional organizations, including The Thomas Hardy Association and the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals. She has served on the Executive Board of the College English Association of Ohio as president, vice president, CEA liaison, chair of the Spring Conference, chair of the Nancy Dasher Book Award, and, since 2009, as treasurer. Dr. Schaefer has been the faculty advisor for ODU’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta – an international honors society for students in English and Integrated Language Arts – since 2006. She teaches courses in British literature and composition, as well as “Rebels in Literature and Music.” Dr. Schaefer is working on a book about Hardy’s short stories.