Linda Middleton

Contact:
lmiddlet@hawaii.edu

Office hours:
Spring 2017 MW 2-2:30 pm, W 10-11 am and by Appointment


Linda Middleton’s interests in teaching and research include women's writing, feminist theory, psychology and literature, psychobiographies, memoirs and trauma narratives.  She has published essays on Jane Austen, Angela Carter and the gothic genre in relation to issues of women’s anxiety and authority. Her current and past courses include a “Studies” course on French Feminist theory, the Brontes and Psychobiography.  She has presented papers at a variety of conferences, the most recent being a Conference of the Emily Dickinson International Society, where she gave a paper on psychobiographies of Emily Dickinson.

Awards


Frances Davis Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2003

Education


BA, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa MA, UC Berkeley PhD, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Courses


Spring Semester 2017
  • ENG-321: Backgrounds of Western Lit
  • ENG-335: Lit in Eng after 1900 (not Am)

Fall Semester 2016
  • ENG-270: Lit History: English Literature to 1800
  • ENG-464: Studies in Life Writing: Literature of Psych Stigma

Spring Semester 2016
  • ENG-271: Genre: Women Narrators
  • ENG-271: Genre: Women Narrators
  • ENG-335: Lit in Eng after 1900 (not Am)