Susan Cannon Harris is an Associate Professor and teaches in the Department of English and the Keough Institute for Irish Studies. Harris's most recent book, Irish Drama and the Other Revolutions: Playwrights, Sexual Politics, and the International Left, 1892-1964, was published in 2017 by Edinbugh University Press. She is also the author of Gender and Modern Irish Drama (Indiana University Press, 2002). She has published in PMLA, Theatre Journal, Modern Drama, Genders, the James Joyce Quarterly, Eire-Ireland, Breac, and other journals. In addition to Irish drama, Harris's teaching interests include American drama, LGBT fiction, contemporary Irish literature, modern British fiction, gender studies, and crime fiction.
Specialty: Irish drama and literature, American drama, LGBT fiction, contemporary Irish literature, modern British fiction, gender studies, and crime fiction.
Select courses: Gender and Sexuality in American Drama (undergraduate), Queer Plots: Narrative and Sexuality in 20th and 21st Century Fiction (undergraduate), Modern Irish Drama and the World Stage (graduate level), Theory and Theater (graduate level), Gender and Irish Drama (undergraduate), Gender Troubles: Contemporary Irish Fiction (undergraduate, senior seminar).