Nineteenth-Century British Literature

For Undergraduate English Majors

As an English major, you design your own concentration — a program of study based on your areas of interest, organized around a controlling theme or topic — with the help of your advisor. Below are some recommendations for students interested in this area.

Download PDF VersionView All Concentrations

Recommended Courses

Recommended Experiences

Recommended Reading

Recommended Courses

*May require Graduate or Professional School

  • Researcher or Research Librarian
  • Journalist/Freelance Writer/Grant Writer
  • College Professor
  • Editing/Publishing
  • Higher Education/Administration

Writers to Know

Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Charlotte and Emily Brontë, Anthony Trollope, Oscar Wilde, William Blake, William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, P. B. Shelley, Mary Shelley, John Keats, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning, Christina Rossetti, Lewis Carroll

Professors to Know

Photo of Stephen Behrendt; links to faculty profile

Stephen Behrendt

Photo of Peter J. Capuano; links to faculty profile

Peter J. Capuano

  • Associate Professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Program
    Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities
    Affiliated Faculty: Women’s and Gender Studies
  • (402) 472-1858
  • 220 Andrews Hall
Photo of Gabrielle Owen; links to faculty profile

Gabrielle Owen

Photo of Beverley Rilett; links to faculty profile

Beverley Rilett

Photo of Laura White; links to faculty profile

Laura White

  • John E. Weaver Professor of English and Coordinator of Literature
  • 304 Andrews Hall
Photo of Adrian S. Wisnicki; links to faculty profile

Adrian S. Wisnicki

  • Associate Professor and Digital Humanities Program Coordinator
  • 338B Andrews Hall