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Stacy Sivinski

Stacy Sivinski

Assistant Teaching Professor // Cornerstone

Office and Contact

Room: BRNG 1159


Phone: 6-0884

Stacy Sivinski is an assistant teaching professor in the Cornerstone Integrated Liberal Arts program.

She holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of Notre Dame, an M.A. in English from the University of Tennessee, and a B.A. in English and history from Emory & Henry College. Her areas of expertise include transatlantic literature from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, sensory studies, gender studies, fashion studies, and Appalachian folklore. Stacy’s research has appeared in the Journal of Gender Studies, the Journal of Modern Periodical Studies, and Consumption and the Literary Cookbook (Routledge). Her edited collection of Appalachian fairy tales is also scheduled to be published by the University of Tennessee Press in the spring of 2023.

Prior to joining Purdue, Stacy worked in the university writing center at Notre Dame and helped coordinate the Presenter Center, which offers services that help students and faculty members improve their public speaking skills. She also designed and instructed community-based literature and composition classes that gave students an opportunity to adopt interdisciplinary approaches while connecting with local non-profit organizations.