Ph.D. English, University of Virginia, 2008
David Sigler works in the areas of British Romantic literature and literary theory.
He is the author of Fracture Feminism: The Politics of Impossible Time in British Romanticism (SUNY Press 2021), and Sexual Enjoyment in British Romanticism (MQUP 2015), along with about 30 articles and chapters. Please see the CV available on this page for a full listing of publications and talks. Recent articles have focused on Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, John Keats, and Jacques Lacan.
He is currently serving as Undergraduate Program Director for the Department of English. He is also co-editor of the journal Romanticism on the Net.
He is interested in working with graduate and undergraduate students in the areas of British Romanticism, eighteenth or nineteenth-century British literature, any aspect of poststructuralist theory, psychoanalytic theory, deconstruction, and/or the history of British feminism.
Areas of Research
|Course number||Course title||Semester|
|ENGL 504||Honours Project||2022-23|
|ENGL 519/609||Romanticism||Winter 2023|
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