Kim Freeman


Lecturer and Interim Director of Advanced Writing in the Disciplines; PhD, The University of Connecticut

Research areas and interests

American literature, especially Twentieth-Century and Contemporary; African American literature; Composition; Gender Studies; Eco-criticism; Literary Theory; Narrative; Autobiography; and Creative Writing

Selected Publications

Criticism: Love American Style: Divorce and the American Novel from 1881 to 1976. New York: Routledge, 2003.

“The ‘Enormous Fact’ of American Life: Divorce and William Dean Howells’ A Modern Instance” in American Literary Realism.

“‘The Moral of My Story’: Alice Kaplan’s French Lessons and the Moralization of Autobiography” in A/B: Auto/Biography Studies.

Fiction and Poetry in New England Fiction’s Meeting House, The Grub Street Free Press, and The Long River Review.