Science Fiction, Feminist Studies, Genre, Popular Culture
turn-of-the-twentieth-century studies, periodical studies, feminist studies, modernist studies
Feminist Studies, Literary Criticism and Theory, Twentieth Century World Literature
Book History; History of Reading; American Studies; Audience and Reception Analysis; Cultural Studies; Feminist Studies; Girl Studies
African American Literature, Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, Critical Race Studies, Gender/ Feminist Studies, Creative Writing (Poetry)
American literature to 1865; American studies, feminist studies, digital humanities. Current VP for Membership of the Catharine Maria Sedgwick Society: http://cmsedgwicksociety.org/
Name: Reveille Isgrig B.A. English Literature Visitor Services Representative- Arkansas Arts Center; Receptionist- MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History Current Program: M.A. Modern Art History, Theory and Critcism– Azusa Pacific University Interests: Visual Culture, Feminist Studies, Psychological Effects of the Industrial Revolution, Romantic and Modern Literature, Archival Studies Currently Researching: American Bond and Support Posters […]
I direct the Institute for Research in the Humanities at UW-Madison, and do research and teach in modernist studies, feminist studies, narrative studies, migration/diaspora studies, world literatures, postcolonial studies. In 2013, I am the chair of the Division of 20th Century English Literature.
I am interested in literature in general; more specifically in Chicano/a, Latin American, Spanish Peninsular, Mexican, and American literature. I am also interested in cultural studies, folksong, more specifically the Mexican/Chicano corrido or ballad, folklore as well as feminist studies and critical theory.
Christy Cobb is Assistant Professor of Religion at Wingate University in North Carolina. She holds a PhD in Biblical Studies from Drew University where she focused on New Testament and Early Christianity and received a certificate in Women and Gender studies. Her first book, Slavery, Gender, Truth, and Power in Luke-Acts and Other Ancient Narratives is forthcoming with Palgrave MacMillan and will be out in the spring of 2019. In addition to serving as the co-chair of the steering committee of the Ancient Fiction section of the Society of Biblical Literature, Cobb is a member of the editorial board for the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion. She has published articles in Biblical Interpretation and Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion as well as reviews for The Bible & Critical Theory and Review of Biblical Literature. She has also served as a contributor for Ancient Jew Review and Feminist Studies in Religion Blog.