Women, Gender, & Literature
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8379 | CAL 209
EducationPh.D., 1995, University of Chicago
InterestsEighteenth-century literature and culture; digital humanities; the British novel; book history; textual studies; Jane Austen; early fiction by women.
email@example.com | 512-471-7840 | PAR 130
EducationPh.D., 1991, Cornell University
InterestsAmerican literature 1870-1930; medicine and literature; gender studies; "masculinity" as a cultural construction; whiteness studies; relationship between literature and liberalism.
Associate Professor, University Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor
miaC@austin.utexas.edu | 512-471-8733 | PAR 123
EducationPh.D., English and Modern Studies, 1992, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Chair, Department of English, University Distinguished Teaching Professor
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-4991 | CAL 226E
EducationPh.D., Oxford University
InterestsOnly children, Irish literature, politics, and culture; modern poetry; women's studies; drama and film; Shakespeare; the relation between high and popular culture
email@example.com | 512-471-8374 | PAR 323
EducationPh.D., 1988, Cornell University
InterestsGay and lesbian studies; public feelings; trauma studies.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-4991 | CAL 305
EducationPh.D., Texas A&M University
InterestsRenaissance literature; women, gender, and literature; cultural studies.
email@example.com | 512-471-8705 | PAR 226
EducationPh.D., 1986, Columbia University
InterestsFeminist theory since 1970; gender and science; eighteenth-century novel and drama; Samuel Johnson; eighteenth-century lexicography; history of charity and philanthropy.
Associate Professor, Director of the Center for Women's & Gender Studies
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8736; 512-471-5149 | PAR 126; GEB 4.208
EducationPh.D., 1977, University of Western Ontario
InterestsEighteenth century women's novels; feminism, law, and literature.
email@example.com | 512-471-7480 | PAR 213
EducationPh.D., Cornell University
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-4942 | PAR 14
EducationPh.D., 1985, University of Minnesota
InterestsThe relation of linguistics to literary criticism; ordinary language philosophy; narrative theory; language and gender.
email@example.com | 512-471-8749 | PAR 215
EducationPh.D., 1998, Columbia University
InterestsVictorian feminism; psychoanalysis (particularly Freud and Klein); contemporary feminist theory in French and English; lesbian and gay studies; queer theory; international human rights law pertaining to sexual orientations; sexuality and gender issues in Southern Africa.
University Distinguished Teaching Professor
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8970 | PAR 221
EducationPh.D., 1979, University of California Los Angeles
InterestsVictorian novel; women's studies; autobiography; authors: William Makepeace Thackeray, Charles Dickens, Julia Margaret Cameron, Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Annie Besant, Elizabeth Robins, Virginia Woolf.
email@example.com | 512-471-1837 | PAR 217
EducationPh.D., 1991, Cornell University
InterestsEighteenth-century English and American literature; women's literature; LGBT literature and culture; poetry and poetics; visual studies and garden history; feminist and queer theory; history of sexuality.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8532 | CAL 311
EducationPh.D., 1999, University of Washington
InterestsU.S. Literature and culture to 1914; nationalism and imperialism; sentimental and domestic writing.
Associate Professor, Co-Director of the Center for Mexican American Studies
email@example.com | 512-232-7853 | PAR 117
EducationPh.D., University of Nebraska at Lincoln
InterestsChican@ literature; American literature; popular culture; cultural studies; film.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8700 | PAR 327
EducationPh.D., 2005, African Diaspora Studies and Emphasis in Women's and Gender Studies, University of California, Berkeley
email@example.com | 512-471-8375 | CAL 213
EducationPh.D., 1994, Harvard University
InterestsChaucer; the history of Chaucer studies; the textual environments of medieval literature.
Specialist, Associate Dean
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-232-7076 | LAC 1.204E
EducationPh.D., University of Texas at Austin
InterestsEarly modern literature and culture.
email@example.com | 512-471-8702 | PAR 329
EducationPh.D., 2003, Cornell University
InterestsThe figure of the traveling heroine in contemporary African diasporic fiction, portrayals of the Southern U.S. in Caribbean literature, and Paris as a site of diasporic intellectual exchange and transformation
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8703 | PAR 331
EducationPh.D., 1991, University of North Carolina
Interests18th century British literature; ethnic and Third World literature; american literature, critical race theory; women, gender, and literature
Blumberg Centennial Professor of English and University Distinguished Teaching Professor
email@example.com | 512-471-8383 | CAL 301
EducationPh.D., U. of Toronto