Meghan Burke Hattaway

Senior Lecturer
Faculty-Associated

Pronouns
She/her/hers

Meghan Burke Hattaway specializes in nineteenth-century British literature, women’s writing and disability studies. Her recent publications include essays in Victorian Literature and Culture, European Romantic Review, and Eighteenth-Century Fiction, among others. She was also co-editor of a December 2011 special issue of the journal Prose Studies. She served as co-chair of the Nineteenth Annual British Women Writers Conference in 2011 and has also presented papers at a number of other national conferences.

Meghan teaches first- and second-year composition classes (including special sections on disability studies and documentary film). She has also taught 
Introduction to disability Studies, British lLterature 1800-Present, Women in Literature, Special Topics in film and lFterature (“Jane Austen in Hollywood”), and Introduction to Fiction.

Selected Publications

Areas of Expertise
  • British Romantic & Victorian literature
  • Disability studies
Education
  • PhD, nineteenth-century British literature, The Ohio State University, 2012
  • MA, Florida State University, 2007

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