Audrey Le

Lecturer III of English
5752 Neville Hall, Room 207
Orono, Maine 04469-5752

Office Telephone: 207.581.3845


Office Hours – by appointment

Courses Taught:

Audrey Le teaches literature and writing in the Departments of English and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies.   Audrey’s creative work has been performed at The Sydney Women’s College and The May Sinclair Society Symposium at Sheffield Hallam University.  Creator and co-writer of the period drama, Gray Ledges, Audrey and her collaborative team are in development of the show for Maine Public Broadcasting and PBS.  Her travel guide, Biking Mount Desert Island (DownEast Books) is in its second edition.


M.A. Literature, University of Maine 2001

B.A. Creative Writing, University of Maine 1999

Areas of Specialization

British Women’s literature; women and social scandal in 19th century British and American Literature;  19th Century Women travelers; multicultural and transnational women’s literature

Courses Taught:

ENG 256, British Women’s Literature

ENG 243, Multicultural Literature: Women Navigating Borders

ENG 229, Topics in Literature: Scandalous Women in Literature

ENG 229, Topics in Literature: Travelers and Mad(wo)men in Literature

ENG 229, Topics in Literature:  Home-Not-So-Sweet-Home in Literature

ENG 212, Persuasive and Analytical Writing

ENG 206, Narrative and Descriptive Writing

ENG 170, Literary Analysis

ENG 129, Topics in Literature: Murder, Mystery, and Detectives in Literature

ENG 101, College Composition

WGS 201, Topics in Women & Gender Studies: Scandalous Women in Literature (cross-listed w/Eng. Dept.)

WGS 201, Topics in Women & Gender Studies: Women Navigating Borders, Transnational Women’s issues

WGS 101, Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies