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Shannon Zellars-Strohl

Shannon Zellars-Strohl holds graduate degrees in Victorian Literature and Philosophy of Religion from Indiana University and Florida State University, respectively. She has presented her work on literature and film at such conferences as Victorians Institute, North American Victorian Studies Association, and Northeast Modern Language Association, and recently published a co-authored piece on the representation of modern education in "Little Monsters" for Horror Homeroom. She is currently working on articles about portrayals of the Haitian zombie in Victorian literature and Jack the Ripper in contemporary true crime narratives.

Zellars-Strohl taught literature, writing, and film classes at Rhode Island School of Design and American University before joining the faculty at University of Maryland in 2018.