Christina Heckman

Associate Professor

Christina Heckman

Associate Professor

Academic Appointment(s)

Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Department of English and Foreign Languages

  • (706) 667-4438
  • AH E229


  • Ph.D., English Lang and Lit, General Loyola University Chicago, 2002

  • MA, English Lang and Lit, General Loyola University Chicago, 1997

  • BA, Intl Relations and Affairs University of Notre Dame, 1995

Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year

  • ENGL 2121

    British Literature I
  • ENGL 1101

    College Composition I
  • INQR 1000

    Fund. of Academic Inquiry
  • ENGL 1102H

    Honors College Composition II
  • HONR 4000H

    Honors Thesis
  • ENGL 4961

    Prof Writing Internship
  • HUMN 2950

    Selected Topics: Greek Myth. & Literature
  • ENGL 4360

    Studies in World Literature: Greece: Women in Greek Lit
  • ENGL 1102

    College Composition II
  • ENGL 6610

    English Lang: History & Struct
  • ENGL 4720

    History & Struct.of Eng. Lang.
  • ENGL 4310

    Studies in Feminism


Selected Recent Publications

  • Cancer, Leprosy, and Blood: Conflicting Pieties in the Old English Avenging of the Savior. Disabilities in the Middle Ages , 2010
  • Things in doubt: Inventio, dialectic, and Jewish secrets in Cynewulf’s Elene, 2009
    Journal Article, Academic Journal

Professional Service

  • Cengage Learning: evaluated C.M. Millward’s A Biography of the English Language and accompanying workbook for second edition revision - 2015

    Role: Other
  • Pearson Higher Education: evaluated John C. Brereton’s Living Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama for second edition revision - 2015

    Role: Other
  • Prentice Hall: evaluated Edgar V. Roberts and Henry E. Jacobs’ Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing for ninth edition revision - 2015

    Role: Other
  • Transitional States: Cultural Change, Tradition, and Memory in Medieval - 2015

    Role: Other
  • Broadview Press - 2014

    Role: Other