About Kathleen Hudson

About Kathleen Hudson

 Dr. Kathleen Hudson earned her undergraduate degree in English and History at the University of Scranton before moving to the University of Sheffield to receive her Masters Degree in Nineteenth Century Studies. She earned her PhD in English Literature at the University of Sheffield, where she also worked as a course instructor. She currently teaches at Anne Arundel Community College in Maryland.


Thesis
PhD Thesis title: “‘Tell it my own way’: Servant narratives in early Gothic Literature” (2016)

M.A. Thesis title: “An Empire of the Imagination: The ‘Napoleon of Crime’ in Victorian detective fiction and his impact on concepts of British identity” (2012)

Publications
Monograph: Servant Narratives and the Gothic, 1764–1831: A half-told tale
Accepted by University of Wales Press, November, 2016
Manuscript submission date: September, 2017
Publication TBA

Journal Article: ‘The Pauper and the Provider: Servant negotiations of gender and class in Ann Radcliffe’s The Romance of the Forest
Published by Gothic Studies, November, 2016

Journal Article: ‘‘Faking’ disability and performing Gothic narratives in Matthew Lewis’s The Monk (1796)’
Accepted by Studies in Gothic Fiction, September, 2016
Publication TBA

Book Review: The Gothic Novel and the Stage: Romantic Appropriations, by Francesca Saggini
Accepted by Revenant, August, 2016
Publication TBA

Book Review: Women and the Gothic, edited by Avril Horner and Sue Zlosnik
Accepted by Studies in Gothic Fiction, August, 2016
Projected publication date: December, 2016

T.V. Show Review: ‘Outlander’ (2014)
Published by “Criticks”: Online reviews for British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies April, 2015

Film Review: ‘Frankenstein’ (2004, Dir. Marcus Nispel)
Published by “Criticks”: Online reviews for British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
March, 2015

Book Review: Realism and Space in the novel, 1795-1869, by Rosa Mucignat
Published by “Victoriographies: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century Writing, 1790-1914,” Vol. 4. No. 2
November, 2014

Book Review: Northanger Abbey, by Val McDermid
Published by “Criticks”: Online reviews for British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
June, 2014

Creative Writing Piece: ‘Saturday Night’
Published by “Esprit Literary Magazine,” University of Scranton
November, 2009

Creative Writing Piece: ‘Daniel’
Published by “Esprit Literary Magazine,” University of Scranton
November, 2009

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