PhD in English Candidate
025 Denney Hall
Areas of Expertise
- Nineteenth-century American literature
- Emily Dickinson
- Disability studies
- MA, English, University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, 2018
- BS, English Education, University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2011
Jamie Utphall is a PhD student in English interested in nineteenth-century American literature, disability studies and medical humanities. Utphall's current research interests include nineteenth-century African American literature, Emily Dickinson and representations of pain.
With an undergraduate degree in English education, Utphall previously taught high school English for five years in Wisconsin. She currently teaches English 1110 First-Year Writing: Representations of Disability.
- “This is not to be a REGULAR autobiography”: A Crip Reading of JANE EYRE." The Explicator, June 2018.