Ingrid Ranum, Ph.D.

Professor of English and Women's & Gender Studies

Ingrid Ranum joined Gonzaga’s faculty in 2005, where she has chaired the English Department since 2016. She specializes in British literature of the long Nineteenth Century, with a particular emphasis on Victorian poetry. Her interest in domestic...

Portrait of Ingrid Ranum, Associate Professor & Chair of Department of English at Gonzaga University.

Contact Information

  • Fall 2020
    Wednesday 1:00pm-3:00pm
    Thursday 10:00am-11:30am
    please see course syllabus for details

  • (509) 313-6675

Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Washington State University

M.A., Washington State University

B.A., Luther College

Courses Taught

Victorian Era

Modern Drama

Literature of Empire

Women Writers

World War I Literature

Studies in Shakespeare


Ingrid Ranum joined Gonzaga’s faculty in 2005, where she has chaired the English Department since 2016. She specializes in British literature of the long Nineteenth Century, with a particular emphasis on Victorian poetry. Her interest in domestic ideology and constructions of gender in the Nineteenth Century has led her also to work as affiliate faculty with Gonzaga’s Women’s and Gender Studies Department. She has published articles or book chapters on Tennyson, Arnold, Eliot, Stevenson, and Conrad, and serves on the editorial board of The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature, the journal of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association.