Dr. Daniel Hannah

Graduate Coordinator
Professor

Department: 
Email: 
dhannah@lakeheadu.ca
Phone Number: 
+1 (807) 343-8010ext. 8663
Office Location: 
RB 3039
Office Hours: 
email to arrange an in person, phone or virtual appointment
Academic Qualifications: 
  • Ph.D, University of Leeds, UK

Previous Teaching/Work: 
1st Year
  • English 1118 - Introduction to Film
2nd YEAR
  • English 2913 - Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory 
  • English 2251 - History of English Literature II
3RD YEAR
  • English 3410 - British Romanticism
  • English 3415 - Romantic Literature I
  • English 3416 - Romantic Literature II
  • English 3611 - Early American Literature
  • English 3613 - American Prose
  • English 3619 - African American Literature
4TH YEAR
  • English 4010 - Honours Seminar: Transatlantic Literature
  • English 4010 – Honours Seminar: Comics and Graphic Narratives
  • English 4010 - The Movie Musical
GRADUATE COURSES
  • English 5611 - Henry James
  • English 5611 - Fictions of Masculinity in 19th C American Literature
  • English 5623 - Romantic Ecocriticism
  • English 5770 - Advanced Scholarly Methods
Research Interests: 

Daniel Hannah's areas of teaching and research interest include American, Romantic and Transatlantic literature. He has published on William Blake, Felicia Hemans, Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson, Henry James, Joseph Conrad, Colm Toibin, David Lodge and Alan Hollinghurst. He is the author of Henry James, Impressionism, and the Public (Ashgate, 2013). He is working on a monograph provisionally entitled The Queer Atlantic: Masculinities, Mobilities, and Emergence of Anglo-American Modernism.