B.A. in English, University of Maryland
M.A. in English, SUNY-Buffalo
Ph.D. in English, SUNY-Buffalo
Creative, Community, Professional and Scholarly Activities
Dr. Ulrich is Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Signs of Their Times: History, Labor, and the Body in Cobbett, Carlyle, and Disraeli (2002) and co-editor with Dr. Andrea Harris of the anthology GenXegesis: Essays on Alternative Youth (sub)Culture (2003). A member of the editorial board of the Strouse Edition of the Writings of Thomas Carlyle, Dr. Ulrich is currently co-editing a scholarly edition of Carlyle's Essays on Politics and Society for the Strouse series, to be published by the University of California Press. His teaching and research interests include 19th Century British Literature, Literary Theory and Criticism, Postmodernism, the Beat Generation, Generation X, Punk Subculture, and Monsters in Literature and Film. As a lifelong Baltimore Orioles fan, he spends most of his free time worrying about the team's starting rotation.