Frank J. Donoghue

Professor
Faculty

Pronouns
He/him/his

Frank Donoghue specializes in the study of the history, present and future of higher education in the United States. He has given lectures on this range of subjects in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Donoghue's particular area of interest concerns the fate of the humanities in the university of the future. He currently teaches primarily late nineteenth-century American literature and composition. He is currently working on a tenth anniversary edition of The Last Professors, which will appear in 2018.

Selected Publications

Curriculum Vitae

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Areas of Expertise
  • Early twentieth-century American literature
  • Late nineteenth-century American literature
  • History of higher education
Education
  • PhD, The Johns Hopkins University, 1986
  • BA, Brandeis University, 1980

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