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Dr. Jeremy Hurley

Instructional Assistant Professor
Stevenson Hall - STV 402
Office Hours
Mondays and Wednesdays, 12:30-1:50 (and by appointment)
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Current Courses

100.001Introduction To English Studies

100.003Introduction To English Studies

125.004Literary Narrative

125.008Literary Narrative

145.001Writing In The Academic Disciplines

Teaching Interests & Areas

I primarily teach American literature, including ENG 130 (The Survey of American Literature), ENG 231 (Early American Literature), ENG 232 (American Literature, 1830-1870), and ENG 233 (American Literature, 1870-1920). I also teach a number of other courses through the English department and the Writing Program and serve as the faculty advisor for Euphemism, ISU's online creative arts journal.

Ph D English (Literature)

Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona

MA English

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Commerce, TX

BA English

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Commerce, TX

Exceptional Teacher of the Year Award

Department of English

2015 Impact Award

University College at ISU


“Men on Parole: Saratoga and the Domestication of the American Revolution. SCMLA 72nd Annual Conference. South Central Modern Language Association. (2015)