Associate Professor of English
Cheryl Hindrichs (B.A., Truman State University; M.A. in English and M.A. in Women’s Studies, Ph.D. in Literature, The Ohio State University) is an associate professor of English, teaching primarily twentieth-century British literature and literary criticism and theory. She has published articles on Virginia Woolf, H.D., and Germaine Dulac, as well as late modernist literature, gender and film studies. Her current research focuses on the role of illness in the aesthetics and ethics of modernist fiction.