Dr. Corey E. Andrews

Professor

Dr. Corey E. Andrews, Dept of English 

  • Ph.D., Ohio University, 2000. 
  • My research is focused on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Scottish poetry, in particular the life and works of Robert Burns. Other areas of interest include laboring-class literature, transatlantic studies, women’s travel writings, and reception history. My teaching interests include working-class literature, eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature, textual criticism, and Greco-Roman mythology. 
  • My most recent book was The Genius of Scotland: The Cultural Production of Robert Burns, 1785-1834 (Brill, 2015). I have published essays and reviews in Eighteenth-Century Scotland, Scottish Studies Review, The Eighteenth-Century Novel, and The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, among others. 

The courses I regularly teach at YSU include the following: 

  • Eng 2610, World Literature 
  • Eng 2631, Mythology and Literature 
  • Eng 3710, British Literature Survey 1 
  • Eng 3711, British Literature Survey 2 
  • Eng 4886 / 6914, Eighteenth-Century British Literature 
  • Eng 6900, Methods of Research and Scholarship