Andrea Hibbard received her MA from Georgetown University and her PhD from the University of Virginia. Her dissertation focused on English exhibition culture and the early-Victorian novel. More recently, she has been working on a book project tentatively titled Gender, Genre, and the Nineteenth-Century Spectacular Trial. She began teaching in the Lewis & Clark English department in 2006. She is also the L&C Prelaw Advisor.
SpecialtyVictorian Literature and Culture, Law and Literature, Adventure Narratives, Gender Studies
PhD University of Virginia; MA Georgetown University; BA Pomona College
ENG 100 Adventure!
ENG 315 The Victorians
“Cannibalism and the Late-Victorian Adventure Novel: The Queen v. Dudley and Stephens. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 62 (2019).
“George Egerton.” In Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Eds. Dino Franco Felluga, Pamela K. Gilbert, and Linda K. Hughes. Blackwell, 2015.
“Distracting Impressions and Rational Recreation at the Great Exhibition.” In Victorian Prism: Refractions of the Crystal Palace, 151-167. Eds. James Buzzard, Joseph Childers, and Eileen Gillooly. University of Virginia Press, 2007.
“Law, Seduction, and the Sentimental Heroine: The Case of Amelia Norman.” (coauthor, John Parry). American Literature 78 (2006): 325-356. INCS essay prize for 2006.
Catherine Frances Gore’s Cecil: Or, the Adventures of a Coxcomb. Scholarly edition with introduction (coeditor, Edward Copeland). Pickering and Chatto, 2005.
“Monumental Decadence: The Great Exhibition and the Albert Memorial.” Australasian Victorian Studies Journal 7 (2001): 26-38.
“Vivian Grey and the Silver-Fork Etiquette of Authorship.” Genre 32 (Winter 1999): 249-266.
Work in Progress
“Mona Caird, the Clitheroe Abduction Case, and the Late-Victorian Marriage Question”
“Liberal Rights and National Wrongs in Dickens’s American Notes”
Summer Collaborative Faculty-Student Research Grant, 2018
Program Leader for Australia Study Abroad Program, Spring 2015