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Katherine  Henninger 
Associate Professor
Bachelor's Degree(s): Pennsylvania
Master's Degree: Texas, Austin
Phone: (225) 578-7807
Office: 245-C Allen Hall

Area of Interest

Southern literature and culture, 20th century American literature, women's and gender studies, photography and literature, Louisiana and Caribbean studies. 

Awards & Honors

Faculty Research Grant, 2004; Board of Regents Research Grant, 2004.

Selected Publications

Book: 

Ordering the Facade: Photography and the Politics of Representation in Contemporary Southern Women's Fiction (forthcoming);. Beyond the Islands: Extending the Meanings of Caribbean Culture, ed. (forthcoming). 

Essays: 

"Walker Evans" and "Alfred Stieglitz," William Carlos Williams Encyclopedia (forthcoming); "Claiming Access: Controlling Images in Dorothy Allison," Arizona Quarterly (2004); "Zora Neale Hurston, Richard Wright, and the Postcolonial Gaze," Mississippi Quarterly (2003); "The Death of the Southern Male Gaze: Josephine Humphreys' Cultured Revisionings," The Southern Quarterly (2001); "'It's a outrage': Pregnancy and Abortion in Faulkner's Fiction of the Thirties," Faulkner Journal I(1996).