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Laura Struve

Professor,
English

First Year at Wilmington College:

2002

Degrees:

Ph.D., Princeton University

Publications:

  • “Sisters of Sorts: Reading Romantic Fiction and the Bonds Among Female Readers.” Journal of Popular Culture 44.6 (2011): 1289-1306.
  • “’This is No Way to Tell a Story:’ Robert Browning’s Attack on the Law in The Ring and the Book.” Law and Literature 20.3 (2008): 423-443.
  • “Expert Witnesses: Women and Publicity in Mary Barton and Felix Holt.” Victorian Review 28.1 (2002): 1-24.
  • “The Public Life and Private Desires of Women in William Morris’s ‘The Defence of Guenevere.’” Arthuriana. 6 (1996): 15-28.

Expertise:

Nineteenth- and twentieth-century British novel, Victorian cultural studies and intellectual history, law and literature, the novel, women’s studies, composition pedagogy, post-colonial and Commonwealth literature

Professional Interests:

Teaching writing, law and literature, detection literature, the nineteenth-century novel, Victorian studies