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Dawn Goode  

Office: Keezell 201
Phone: 540-568-1640
Email: goodedm@jmu.edu
Office Hours:

Courses: Fall 2014
GEng 222: Genre(s). Gender Studies & Short Stories (with Courtney Swartzentruber)
Eng 370: Queer Literature
WS 325: Gender & Violence

Other courses taught:
Eng 321: Eighteenth-Century British Prose & Poetry
Eng 322: Restoration and 18th-Century British Drama
Eng 323: Eighteenth-Century British Novel
Eng 412: Gender & Sexuality in 18th-century British Literature
Eng 640: Sexuality in Eighteenth-Century British Literature

Specialization and interests:
Eighteenth-Century British Drama and Fiction, Women's Fiction, Queer Studies, Gender           Studies, Gender and sexuality issues; violence by and against women; widow-figures           and other female outliers in 18th-century British literature

Education:
Ph.D., University of Connecticut
M.A., University of Connecticut
MSSW, University of Texas-Austin
B.A., Trinity University-San Antonio, TX

Publications:
"'Under a Petticoat': Excess Femininity and Lesbian Desire on the Restoration and Early           Eighteenth-Century Stage," Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies 36.2 (2013).

"Enlightened Female Homoeroticism and Social Transformation in Trotter's Agnes de
          Castro." Restoration 37.1 (Spring 2013).

“Dueling Discourses: The Erotics of Female Friendship in Mary Pix’s Queen
          Catharine.” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture 32.1 (Spring
          2008).

Current Research:
“`Fiercest Transports’: (Homo)Erotic Excess and the Fem(me)inized Tribade on
          the Restoration Stage,” article in progress

“`Tacit Agreement’: Male Violence and Female Complicity in Burney’s Fiction,” article
          in progress

Conference Presentations:
"Ending Madly: Narrative Heterotopia as Social Critique in Burney’s Cecilia,” American
          Scholars of Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS) Annual Conference, March 2014,           Williamsburg, VA.

“The Queerest Virgin Alive: Catharine Trotter’s Agnes de Castro,” The American Society
          of Eighteenth-Century Scholars Annual Conference
, March, 2010, Albuquerque, NM.

“Sapphic Legacies: Fem(me)inizing the Tribade on the Restoration Stage”
         Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, February
          2008, Auburn, AL.

“Dressing Up to Undress: Lesbian Desire on the Restoration and Early
          Eighteenth-Century Stage” 38th Annual American Society for Eighteenth-
          Century Studies Conference,
March 2007, Atlanta, GA.

“Teaching or Preaching: Overcoming Resistance to Gender and Feminism in
          the Classroom” Roundtable Facilitator; American Women in Psychology
          Annual Conference
, March 2007, San Francisco, CA.

“`Tacit Agreement’: Male Violence and Female Complicity in Frances Burney’s
          Evelina
.” Women and Society Annual Conference, November 2006,
          Poughkeepsie, NY.

“Dueling Discourses:  The Erotics of Female Friendship in Mary Pix and Catharine
          Trotter” Mid-West American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
          Annual Conference
, October 2006, Minneapolis, MN.

“False Prophet: Stephen Gordon and The Well of LonelinessUniversity of
          Connecticut Women’s Studies Conference
, April 2002, Storrs, CT.



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