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Marlowe Daly-Galeano

Dr. Marlowe Daly-Galeano

Associate Professor of English

  • SPH 134
  • Humanities Division
Office Hours
Mon by appt
Tue by appt
Wed 3:00-4:00 and by appt
Thu 10:30-11:45 and by appt
Fri by appt

Marlowe Daly-Galeano teaches American literature, writing, and humanities classes in addition to the Hells Canyon Institute class.  She also serves as the faculty advisor of the Ambassador Honor Society. Her research interests include nineteenth-century American literature, women authors, the Alcott family, and regional studies.  She believes that reading literature makes us better citizens and seeks to connect her course content to real world models of inclusion and social justice. 



Ph.D., English, University of Arizona, 2012

Graduate Certificate, Gender and Women's Studies, University of Arizona, 2009

M.A., English, University of Arizona, 2007

B.A., Creative Writing/Comp. Lit, Residential College, University of Michigan, 1997

B.A., Spanish, College of Literature, Science, and Arts, University of Michigan, 1997



ENGL 277: American Lit I

ENGL 278: American Lit II

ENGL 470: 19th Cent. American Lit--Romanticism and Realism

ENGL 475: Western American Literature

ENGL 210: Literary Analysis

ENGL 257: World Classics

ENGL 101: Writing/Rhetoric 1

ENGL 102: Writing/Rhetoric 2

ENGL 103: Writing Workshop

ENGL 109: College Writing and Research

ID 300C: Ethics & Identity 

ID 300S Northwest Culture, History, and Literature

ID 301A: Hells Canyon Institute