Dr. Goode is an Associate Professor of English. Using feminist and queer theory, her research and teaching focuses upon the cultural and literary precursors to contemporary constructions of gender and sexual identity. Her work also explores the intersection of gender and violence within both 18th-century British literature and contemporary U.S. society. She teaches courses in Restoration drama,18th-century women’s fiction, queer literature, gender studies, and gender violence. Her current research is on female complicity in male violence against women, and on the lesbian gaze as an expression of empire and imperialism.

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