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Sally Harris

Sally Corran Harris

Sally Corran Harris

Distinguished Lecturer, Director of Certificates and Online Programming in English

814 McClung Tower


Sally C. Harris is a Distinguished Lecturer in the English Department at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. In addition to essays on Le Fanu and Victorian fiction, she has developed a textbook for writing in the workplace, which she and colleagues are editing to make available as an Open Educational Resource. In an effort to make her classes more accessible, she has developed a number of online courses and continues to hone her online teaching skills. Dr. Harris teaches workplace writing, technical writing, British literature, detective & crime literature, and drama.


  • PhD in English, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • MA in English, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • BA in English, Eastern University, St. Davids, Pennsylvania
  • General Studies, Newbold College, Binfield, England

Regularly Taught Courses

  • English 202: Introduction to British Literature II
  • English 252: Introduction to Drama
  • English 254: Themes in Literature- Whodunit? American and British Detective Stories
  • English 254: Themes in Literature- Murder, Mayhem, and the Marvelous in British Literature
  • English 295: Writing in the Workplace
  • English 360: Professional and Technical Writing