Dr. Amanda Sigler

Dr. Amanda Sigler
Assistant Professor
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Assistant Professor


British Literature
Periodical Studies


Carroll Science, room G01D
(254) 710-1430


Ph.D. University of Virginia
B.A. University of Tulsa

Courses Taught

  • ENG 2301: British Literature
  • ENG 3378: War Movies and Literature
  • ENG 4369: Modern British Novel
  • ENG 4371: Modern British Poetry
  • ENG 5371: Modern British Literature Graduate Seminar


Amanda Sigler specializes in British literature. Before coming to Baylor, she taught in Virginia, where her courses explored the intersection between war, writing, and film. Her pedagogy emphasizes student leadership and rigorous research skills. She has published in European Joyce Studies, the James Joyce Quarterly, the Joyce Studies Annual, Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, and the Cambridge History of Modernism, among other venues. Her current book project, Modernist Authorship and Transatlantic Periodical Culture: 1895-1925, unearths archival evidence to describe a collaborative, consumer-oriented Modernism that developed out of fortuitous groupings in periodicals. It is forthcoming from Bloomsbury in Summer 2022.
Bloomsbury Publishing