Anne Marcoline, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Literature,
College of Human Sciences and Humanities
Anne Marcoline received her doctorate in comparative literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Her research and teaching areas include European romanticism, word-music relations, aesthetics, and feminist studies. Her current research offers a feminist reading of the figure of the musician in literature by E.T.A. Hoffmann and George Sand; her broader teaching and research interests include works by women writers, women's autobiography and life-writing, and feminist care ethics.
A recent addition to the literature faculty, she also contributes to women's studies education at UHCL. She came to women's studies by way of a commitment to feminist pedagogy and with an interest in the interdisciplinary study of gender dynamics, including questions of power, privilege, and voice.