Dr. Elizabeth Cuddy Dr. Elizabeth Cuddy Assistant Professor Location:Armstrong Hall, 322 Phone:757-728-6733 Expertise:British literature, Composition

Courses Taught:
Written Communication I & II, English Literature I & II, Selections in Literature (Detective Fiction), Nineteenth-Century British Literature, Shakespeare, Great Masters of English Literature

Ph.D., Purdue University (2015); M.A., Literary Studies, Purdue University (2009); B.A., English and History, University of Minnesota Morris (2006)

Research and Scholarly Interests:
Dr. Cuddy's research focuses on the history, transformation, and adaptation of literary narratives. Her current research projects are centered on Mary Cowden Clarke's Shakespeare-inspired fiction and nineteenth-century Transatlantic literary studies.

Elizabeth Cuddy's article "'Why, by golly, they're Pirates': Pirate Narratives, College Sports, and African-American History in Hampton Roads, Virginia" was recently published in the September 2019 issue of The Journal of American Culture.