BA, 2000, Brigham Young University MA and MFA, 2003, McNeese State University PhD, 2008, University of Wales (UK) Areas of Specialization: Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century British Literature, Welsh
Writing in English, Poetic Theory, The English Novel
Daniel Westover joined ETSU's English faculty in 2010. He specializes in twentieth
and twenty-first-century British poetry and fiction, especially the English-language
literature of Wales. He teaches graduate seminars in twentieth-century British literature
and in the contemporary British novel, and he also teaches genre-specific undergraduate
courses in British poetry and the British novel. Dr. Westover is the author of R.S. Thomas: A Stylistic Biography (University of Wales Press, 2011) and co-editor of The World Is Charged: Poetic Engagements with Gerard Manley Hopkins (Clemson University Press, 2016). Works in progress include The Fire that Breaks: Gerard Manley Hopkins’s Poetic Legacies (Clemson University Press, 2017) and Leslie Norris: A Ghost Story (Parthian, 2017), a biography of the Welsh writer.