Megan Sullivan

Associate Professor of Rhetoric, College of General Studies

Professor Sullivan is currently Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development and the Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning, where she creates programs and opportunities for excellent undergraduate instruction. She teaches courses in writing, non-fiction writing, Irish literature and film, and teacher education. She also writes on the impact of incarceration, particularly on children and families.

Sullivan has?a book forthcoming, in addition to her others:

Forthcoming:

Megan Sullivan. Clarissa’s Disappointment: For Children of Incarcerated Parents, Their Families, Teachers and Counselors. Forthcoming, 2016-17 Twelve Winters Press. Winner Underwood Prize for Children’s Literature, 2016.

Previous books:

Parental Incarceration: Personal Accounts and Developmental Impact. Routledge Press: New York, March 2016.

Irish Women and Cinema: 1980-1990. NOVA Southeastern University, 2001.

Women in Northern Ireland: Cultural Studies and Material Conditions. University Press of Florida, 1999.