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Literary Studies Coordinator
Morton Hall 132
Ph.D., University of Georgia
Women’s Studies Certificate, University of Georgia
M.A., University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
B.A., College of the Holy Cross
Katherine Montwieler generally teaches courses in nineteenth-century British literature and women's studies; she's currently writing about Frances Imlay, the first daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft and sister to Mary Shelley.
ENG 205: Approaches to the Study of Literature
ENG 212: British Literature Since 1800
ENG 230: Women in Literature
ENG 335: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
ENG 336: British Romanticism
ENG 337: Victorian Literature
ENG 372: Women's Literary Traditions
ENG 373: The Female Tradition in Literature
ENG 511: Studies in the Novel
ENG 560: Topics in British Literature
And Mark Edelman Boren. “The Pathology of the Romantic Subject and Mary Shelley’s Cure for Melancholia in Frankenstein and Mathilda.” PsyArt: An Online Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts, December 2012, 34 pages in manuscript. http://www.psyartjournal.com
- “Embodiment, Agency, and Alienation in Frankenstein and Ourika.” The CEA Critic 73.3 (Spring-Summer 2011): 69-88.
- “Teaching French Women Writers in a World Literature Survey.” Approaches to Teaching Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century French Women Writers. Ed. Faith Beasley. New York: MLA, 2011, 326-331.
- “Reading, Sympathy, and the Bodies of Bleak House.” Dickens Studies Annual 41 (2010): 237-263.
- “Domestic Politics: Gender, Protest, and Barrett Browning’s Poems before Congress.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 24.2 (Fall 2005): 291-317.
“Reading Disease: The Corrupting Performance of Edgeworth’s Belinda.” Women’s Writing 12.3 (2005): 347-368.
Complete CV (opens as .pdf)