Jacqueline H. Harris

Literary and Cultural Studies


Jacqueline H. Harris received her Ph.D. in English from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in May 2015, with specializations in Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies and Women's & Gender Studies. She worked as a Lecturer for the University's English and Women's & Gender Studies Departments, and is now a Visiting Faculty member at Brigham Young University in Idaho. Her dissertation, "The Buried Life of the Facts of Life: Female Physical Development in Nineteenth-Century British Coming-of-Age Literature," examined evidence of female adolescent maturation within Victorian-era texts. You can read more about her research, publications, and conference presentations at http://www.jactionary.com.

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