Henderson Hall (HEND) 216B
Dr. Deiter teaches Shakespeare and other courses on early English literature and literary criticism.
Her research focuses on spatial literary studies and early modern English literature. She has published articles in The Seventeenth Century, Renaissance and Reformation, Comparative Drama, Philological Quarterly, Symbolism, and other journals, and a book, The Tower of London in English Renaissance Drama: Icon of Opposition.
At Tennessee Tech, Dr. Deiter has received the Scholar-Mentor Award, the College of Arts and Sciences Award for Research and Scholarly Activity, and a Non-instructional Faculty Assignment (sabbatical) to pursue research.
She has taught the following undergraduate and graduate courses:
English 6400: Special Topics: Elizabethan London
English 6400: Special Topics: Literary Geography and Early English Drama
English 6400: Special Topics: The Renaissance in England
English 6000: Introduction to Graduate Studies
English 4630 (5630): Literary Criticism and Theory
English 4521 (5521): History of the English Language
English 4140 (5140): Topics in British Literature to 1667: Sixteenth-century English Literature
English 4121 (5121): Shakespeare
English 4130 (5130): Milton
English 3500: Mythology
English 3000: Introduction to English Methods and Research
English 2235 / 2230: Honors Topics in British Literature / Honors British Literature
English 2235 / 2230: Topics in British Literature / British Literature
English 1010: Writing I