Dr. Bianca Tredennick

 
 

Associate Professor

Office Hours (Fall) 2016):
MWF 2:00-3:00pm

Courses (Fall 2016):
COMP 200 - Advanced Composition
ELIT 246 - Victorian Literature
LITR 100 - Themes in Literature

Fitzelle 360
607-436-2395
bianca.tredennick@oneonta.edu

  Bianca Treddennick

Dr. Tredennick is a specialist in nineteenth-century British literature, especially the novel. Her dissertation explores a materialist metaphorics of death prevalent in this era. She continues to like texts with corpses in them. Prior to coming to SUNY, Oneonta, Dr. Tredennick taught at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon, and at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. In addition to creepy Victorian stuff, her interests include composition (no, really), the Seattle Mariners, and Grand Theft Auto. She is the author of the predictably morbid "'A Labor of Death and a Labor against Death': Scott's Cenotaphic Paratexts" (European Romantic Review) and "Some Collections of Mortality: Dickens, the Paris Morgue, and the Material Corpse" (Victorian Review), and she is the editor of the less cadaverous Victorian Transformations, 2011.