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Dr. Mark Rollins

Dr. Mark Rollins

Dean of the Division of Arts & Humanities

Professor of English

(706) 379-5333
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Dr. Mark Rollins specializes in nineteenth-century British literature and culture, with a particular interest in narrative theory and Thomas Hardy's fiction.  Dr. Rollins has published on Hardy's depiction of classical study in Jude the Obscure and narrative indeterminacy in Under the Greenwood Tree and in recent years has presented papers on Hardy, Conrad, Wordsworth, George Eliot, Percy Shelley, and Barrett Browning.  Dr. Rollins teaches courses on a variety of subjects, including composition, The Nineteenth-Century British Novel, British Romanticism, Victorian Poetry and Prose, Twentieth Century British Literature, Modernist Fiction, Literary Criticism and Theory, Jane Austen, and The Art of Satire.  

 

Dr. Rollins holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Auburn University, a Master of Arts degree from The University of Georgia, and a Ph.D. from The University of Georgia.

 

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