Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of English
Steven Ambrose
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Office: C710 Wells Hall
Email: ambroses@msu.edu

M.Phil., Trinity College Dublin
M.A., Carnegie Mellon University
B.A., Michigan State University

Steven Ambrose  holds a B.A. in English with Honors from Michigan State University with a specialization in Women, Gender, and Social Justice, an M.Phil in Gender and Women's Studies from Trinity College Dublin, and an M.A. in Literary and Cultural Studies from Carnegie Mellon University. He is currently a Ph.D. student in the English Department. His research interests include Feminism, Queer Theory, and representations of Gays and Lesbians since 1900.

COURSES TAUGHT:

IAH207: Dangerous Art
IAH207: Michigan Past and Present: From Pere Marquette to Marshall Mathers
ENG230: Intro to Film
IAH207: The Literature and Culture of Sports
ENG153: Introduction to Women Authors
ENG232: Writing as Exploration (Online) 
ENG210: Foundations of Literary Study I 
WRA150: Writing: The Evolution of American Thought
WS202: Introduction to Contemporary Feminisms and Gender Theories
WS202: Introduction to Contemporary Feminisms and Gender Theories (Online)