Teaching

I have taught courses at all levels of the undergraduate curriculum, as well as at the graduate level.  Undergraduate courses taught over the last 20 years have included: Introduction to Literature; Children’s Literature; Writing Theory and Practice; Short Fiction; British Drama Since the Restoration; Romanticism and the Gothic; Nineteenth-Century American Fiction; Studies in Victorian Culture: The Dance; Special Topics in Children’s Literature: Gay and Lesbian Children’s Culture; Studies in Contemporary Culture: The Gothic; and Queer Theory.  At the graduate level I have taught Gothic Narrative as Psychoanalytic Event; and Queer Times.  I am currently teaching a graduate course entitled Affectation and Affect: The Case of Oscar Wilde.


For a closer look at some course descriptions, please click on a photo below.

Graduate

     


Undergraduate

     
   
Queer Theory Cultures of Blood:
The Contemporary Gothic
   

 


Professor Steven Bruhm
University College 378
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario, Canada, N6A 3K7
519.661.2111 ext. 85837
sbruhm2@uwo.ca