Megan Sullivan

Associate Professor of Rhetoric, College of General Studies

Professor Sullivan is currently Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development and the Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning, where she creates programs and opportunities for excellent undergraduate instruction. She teaches courses in writing, non-fiction writing, Irish literature and film, and teacher education. She also writes on the impact of incarceration, particularly on children and families.

Sullivan has a book forthcoming, in addition to her others:


Megan Sullivan. Clarissa’s Disappointment: For Children of Incarcerated Parents, Their Families, Teachers and Counselors. Forthcoming, 2016-17 Twelve Winters Press. Winner Underwood Prize for Children’s Literature, 2016.

Previous books:

Parental Incarceration: Personal Accounts and Developmental Impact. Routledge Press: New York, March 2016.

Irish Women and Cinema: 1980-1990. NOVA Southeastern University, 2001.

Women in Northern Ireland: Cultural Studies and Material Conditions. University Press of Florida, 1999.