- 18th and 19th Century British Literature and Culture
- Creative Writing
- Film Studies
- History of the Book and Textual Studies
- Modern American Poetry
Dr. Hoagwood’s interests are British Literature of the Nineteenth Century, Art and Literature, Philosophy and Literature, Textual Studies, Modern American Poetry, and Film.
Honors and Awards:
- Benedum Distinguished Scholar in Arts and Humanities
- Yale Center for British Art, Resident Fellow
- Research Award, College of Liberal Arts, Association of Former Students
- Charles Plum Award: Outstanding Faculty Advisor of the Year, MSC
Hoagwood, Terence. Colour’d Shadows. Palgrave, 2005
This book studies the print culture of the nineteenth century as it shaped the meanings and the cultural significance of literary works by women writers – Mary Robinson, Felicia Hemans, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Lady Blessington, Lady Morgan, Caroline Norton, Letitia Elizabeth Landon, and others. Colour’d Shadows explains and interprets the physical forms of their books, the economics and politics of production and reception, and the cultural meanings of their literary work.
Hoagwood, Terence. From Song To Print: Romantic Pseudo-Songs. Palgrave 2010
This unique volume explores the simulation of music in the published poetry of the 19th century, including Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Keats.
- Postmodern Mirrors
- The Art of Printing and ‘The Land of Lies’ – The Story of the Glittering Plain
- Claude McKay’s “Harlem Shadows”