Cynthia Carlton-Ford

Contact Information

Cynthia Carlton-Ford
Position Adjunct Assistant Professor 
Office Location McMicken Hall Room 248 
Phone (513) 556-5924
Fax (513) 556-5960
Mail Location 0069


Cynthia Carlton-Ford

Cynthia Carlton-Ford


School Degree
University of Minnesota Ph.D. 19th Century Fiction
University of Alabama M.A. English
Auburn University
B.A. English


Academic Publications and Presentations

“Jane Eyre: The Text and the Musical” at “Paul’s Coffeehouse,” Cincinnati,
                       June 2011

“Deference and Distance: Conversational Strategies in Jane Eyre.”  Presentation to the Kentucky Philological Association.  Lexington, KY, March 1991.

 “Intimacy without Immolation: Fire in Jane Eyre.” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 15 (1988): 375-386. Cited in the introduction to the 2003 Penguin Classics edition. Jane Eyre.  Michael Mason, ed.   
“Death and Funeral Customs.”  Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia. Sally Mitchell, editor.  New York: Garland, 1988.

“Conferences as a Method of Teaching Judgment-Making in Technical     Writing. “  Presentation to CCCC.  Minneapolis, 21 March 1985.

Published in Proceedings in Technical and Business Communication: The Conference on College Composition and Communication, Minneapolis, 1985.  Ames, Iowa: Dept. of English, Iowa State University, 1985.

Honors and Awards

Nominated for the Boyce Teaching Award, English Department,
Univ. of Cincinnati, 2010

Chosen by a UC graduating senior as “most involved professor”
 2009; 2010  University of Minnesota

Graduate School Dissertation Fellowship, 1986-87

English Department Dissertation Fellowship, 1985

English Department Fellowship, 1984

Ruud Scholarship, 1981-82

Classes Taught

English Composition 101 and 102

English Composition 1001

Art History at Cincinnati State College