Andrea Hibbard received her MA from Georgetown University and her PhD from the University of Virginia. She began teaching in the Lewis & Clark English department in 2006. Her specialties include nineteenth-century British literature and culture, gender studies, adventure fiction, and law and literature.
She teaches The Victorians: Heroes, Decadents, and Madwomen; Women Writers; The Brontes: Legends and Legacies; Adventure!; Literary Representations of Childhood; Law and Literature; and Major Periods and Issues. She also teaches Genders and Sexualities in U.S. Society and Gender and Aesthetic Expression for the Gender Studies program. She led the Spring 2015 Overseas Program to Australia.
Her articles have appeared in American Literature, English Literature in Transition, Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies, and Genre. She coedited a scholarly edition of Catherine Frances Gore’s Cecil: Or, the Adventures of a Coxcomb (with Edward Copeland) for the Pickering and Chatto series Silver Fork Novels 1826-1841. Currently, she is completing an article on New Woman writer Mona Caird and a book project tentatively titled Gender, Genre, and the Nineteenth-Century Spectacular Trial.
PhD University of Virginia; MA Georgetown University; BA Pomona College
2015 Overseas Program to Australia