Berkeley English Graduate Students

Emily Sutton

Emily Sutton

Wheeler 331
Tuesday 2:30-4:30

Selected Publications and Papers Delivered


"Pedagogy, Politics and Betty Dodson's Liberating Masturbation", Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, forthcoming


"“Do you ache for him?”: Uncloseted Queer Desire in NBC’s Hannibal", NeMLA Annual Convention, Johns Hopkins University, 2022

"Orgasmic Knowledge: Betty Dodson’s Masturbatory Politics" ASAP/12, virtual, 2021.

"Unsexing the Queer: Quentin Crisp in British National Culture." Queer Celebrity Conference, University of Portsmouth, 2019.

"'it draws so oddly on the sexual': AIDS, Gay Aesthetics and Unspeakability in The Man with Night Sweats" , Transient and Resident: A Thom Gunn Symposium, UC Berkeley, 2016.

“Domesticating the Plague: Realism, History and the Everyday in AIDS Fiction”, Prosaic Imaginaries: The Novel and the Everyday, 1750-2000, University of Sydney, 2014

English Department Classes