Kate Flint
Professor of English
Rutgers University

“The Transatlantic Indian and the Victorians”

8 PM, October 25, 2002
Lecture Hall 282, Reitz Student Union, University of Florida

Kate Flint is Professor of English at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. She previously taught for fifteen years at Oxford University. A cultural historian and writer on the Victorians and the early twentieth century, her books include The Victorians and the Visual Imagination (CUP, 2000) and The Woman Reader, 1837–1914 (OUP, 1993), both of which won the British Academy’s Rose Mary Crawshay prize. She has edited and published articles on a number of works by Dickens and Virginia Woolf, among other authors, and written on subjects ranging from Pre-Raphaelitism to contemporary Black British fiction. Her current research is on the interaction, both actual and imaginative, between the British and Native Americans in the long nineteenth century.