From the Desk of Jacqueline Vanhoutte: Perceptions of Female Rule, Then and Now

Jacqueline Vanhoutte is a University Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of North Texas, where she also chairs the English Department. She received her B.A. from Carleton College and her Ph.D. from the University of Washington. Jacque has published on … Continue reading From the Desk of Jacqueline Vanhoutte: Perceptions of Female Rule, Then and Now

From the Desks of Chris Dubbs and Ray Moseley: Reporting War and Controlling the News

As the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entering the Great War comes to a close, we asked authors Chris Dubbs (American Journalists in the Great War: Rewriting the Rules of Reporting) and Ray Moseley (Reporting War: How Foreign Correspondents Risked Capture, … Continue reading From the Desks of Chris Dubbs and Ray Moseley: Reporting War and Controlling the News

From the Desks of Christina Luckyj and Niamh J. O’Leary: Lessons in Female Alliance

The following contribution comes from Christina Luckyj and Niamh J. O’Leary, editors of Politics of Female Alliance in Early Modern England (December 2017). Luckyj is a professor of English, gender, and women’s studies at Dalhousie University. She is the author of “A Moving Rhetoricke”: Gender … Continue reading From the Desks of Christina Luckyj and Niamh J. O’Leary: Lessons in Female Alliance