Montana State University

Women's & Gender Studies

Montana State University
P.O. Box 172320
Bozeman, MT 59717-2320

Tel: (406) 994-5206
Fax: (406) 994-7420
Location: 2-165 Wilson Hall

Women's & Gender Studies Committee Co-Chairs:

Mary Murphy
mmurphy@montana.edu

Kristen Intemann
intemann@montana.edu

 

WGS Faculty: David Agruss

   
 
 
David Agruss

Name: David Agruss
Department: Department of English
Departmental webpage: LINK

Women's & Gender Studies courses taught: LIT 326: Lost Worlds: Race, Gender, Colonialism, Temporality, LIT 371: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in 20th Century British Literature, LIT 438: Dracula and Its Afterlives: Race, Sexuality, Xenotransplantation, HIV/AIDS.

Research interests: Dr. Agruss specializes in Victorian literature and culture, with interests in gender, sexuality, empire, colonialism, science, travel and adventure fiction, and popular youth culture in nineteenth-century Britain. His current book project, Between Boys: Metropolitan Masculinity and the Colonial Imaginary in Victorian England, examines the relationship between boyhood masculinity, imagined scenes of colonialism, and cross-racial identification in nineteenth-century boys’ public school fiction, colonial adventure fiction, and island-stranding fiction.



Updated: 10/11/2011