Berkeley English Graduate Students

Katherine Hobbs

Selected Publications and Papers Delivered

“The Ineffectual Feminist?: Mina Loy and Political Rhetoric of Identity.” Women’s Writing. Special Issue: “Women’s Writing from 1900-1920,” forthcoming.

“‘Something yet unvoiced’: Ethel Smyth and Artistic Activism.” Afterlives: Virginia Woolf and Resonance, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France. May 2022.

“‘Odd and incorrect’: Jane Eyre, Convention, and the Politics of Literary Criticism.” INCS 2022.   

“‘The “Rights of Woman” in a new aspect’: Margaret Oliphant and the Literary History of the Woman Question in Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine.” NAVSA 2022. 

"Representative Anomaly: Eliza Lynn Linton and the Victorian Woman Question." British Women Writers Conference, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX. March 2020.

"Sensational Autobiography: Female Authorship, Marriage, and Melodramatic Self-Presentation in 1850s England." ELH 86.3 (2019): 699-728. 

"Anna Jameson and the Romance of Argument." Form Across Literature and the Sciences in Nineteenth-Century Britain, Aix-Marseille Université. May 2019. 

Heringman, Noah, and Katherine Hobbs. “Commentary for Plate 1.8: Plan of Ancient Verulamium.” Vetusta Monumenta: Ancient Monuments, a Digital Edition. 2019.

“Sensation and Feminine Musical Agency in Jessie Fothergill’s The First Violin.” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Supernumerary Conference, Rome, Italy. 14 June 2018.

“‘Warbling charms’: Reading Dalila in Handel’s Samson.” American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. 30 March 2018.

"‘So all the women are one woman’: Eliot's Kundry," in The Edinburgh Companion to T. S. Eliot and the Arts, ed. Frances Dickey and John Morgenstern (Edinburgh University Press, 2016), 134-45.

English Department Classes