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Fellow and College Lecturer in English at St Catharine's College
Lecturer in Faculty of English
College positions: Henry Philpott College Lecturer in English; Secretary to the Governing Body

St Catharine's
Faculty of English

Dr Caroline Gonda has been a Fellow and Director of Studies in English at St Catharine's since 1996. She has also published essays and articles on British eighteenth-century and Romantic literature and culture, on literature and sexuality, and on lesbian feminist criticism and theory. She supervises St Catharine's students for Practical Criticism, Critical Theory, eighteenth-century and Romantic period literature; she also sometimes teaches for the MPhil in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies.

Research Interests
Eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century prose fiction; feminism and gender; history of sexuality; sensibility; domestic fiction.  Lesbian literature, theory and criticism

Contributes to teaching and/or supervision for the MPhil in 18th Century and Romantic Studies and to the University's interdisciplinary MPhil in Gender Studies

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Fellow and College Lecturer in English at St Catharine's College
Dr Caroline  Gonda
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