Dr. Janice Broder
Assistant Professor of English
Janice Broder received her Ph.D. in English and American Literature from Brandeis University in 1988 and a Masters degree from Brandeis in 1982. She received a Masters degree in English Language and Literature from The University of Michigan in 1980. In 1977, she received her A.B. in Art (studio) from Mount Holyoke College.
Office: 116A Bakeless Center for the Humanities
Office Hours: MW 1:30-3:00 p.m. and TR 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Teaching and Research Interests
Dr. Broder's interests include Restoration and Eighteenth-century Studies, Crime Fiction, Life-Writing, Novels and their readers, Pornography.
Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
Popular Literature: Women and Crime Fiction
Topics courses, including: Biography and Autobiography, Life-Writing, Women Writers, Eighteenth-Century Sexualities, The Eighteenth Century on Film
Feminist Reading of Culture
British Literature 1
European Literature 1
Foundations of College Writing
Grants and Fellowships
NEH Study Grant, “Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theatre: Costume and Disguise, Gender, and Identity,” 1995
NEH Summer Seminar for College Teachers, “Portraiture: Biography, Portrait Painting, and the Representation of Historical Character,” 1992
William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA, Fellowship, 1989
The Newberry Library, Chicago, Fellowship, 1986