Lisa M Hogeland
Associate Professor, English and WGSS
English - Tenure-Track Faculty
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies - Tenure-Track Faculty
214D McMicken Hall
Lisa Maria Hogeland holds a PhD in Modern Thought and Literature from Stanford University. She previously served as Acting Director and Acting Associate/Graduate Director of the Center for Women's Studies and now holds a joint appointment in the Departments of English and Comparative Literature and Women's Studies. She is the author of Feminism and Its Fictions: The Consciousness-Raising Novel and the Women's Liberation Movement. She is co-General Editor of The Aunt Lute Anthology of U.S. Women Writers, Volume I: 17th through 19th Centuries, and of the forthcoming Volume II: 20th Century. She is working on a book on American women's sentimental novels and their relevance to contemporary fiction. An award winning teacher, she prepares graduate students to teach the undergraduate Introduction to Women's Studies and serves on M.A. committees, teaches such core graduate courses as Feminist Theory: Current Issues, and offers such cross-listed English/Women's Studies courses as American Women Writers and Feminist Literary Criticism.
PhD, Stanford University, 1992 (Modern Thought and Literature).
The Aunt Lute Anthology of U. S. Women Writers, Volume I: 17th through 19th Centuries. Aunt Lute Books, 2004.
Feminism and Its Fictions: The Consciousness-Raising Novel and the Women's Liberation Movement. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998.
Dorothy B. Hughes. "In a Lonely Place." Afterword. The Feminist Press, 2003.
"Consciousness-Raising." Encyclopedia of Homosexuality, Vol. I: Lesbian Histories and Cultures. Garland, 2000.
"September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives." Antipodes. (2003).
"A Girl’s Best Friend: The Meaning of Dogs in Women’s Lives." Antipodes. (2002).
"Against Generational Thinking, or, Some Things That 'Third Wave' Feminism Isn't." Women's Studies in Communication 24 (2001): 107, 121.
"Feminism, Sex Scandals, and Historical Lessons." Critical Studies in Media Communication Spring (1999).
Bonnie J. Dow. "When Feminism Meets the Press, Our Real Politics Get Lost." On the Issues (1997): 12, 3.
"Invisible Man and Invisible Women: The Sex/Race Analogy of the 1970s." Women's History Review 5 (1996): 31, 53.
"Sexuality in the Consciousness-Raising Novel of the 1970s." Journal of the History of Sexuality 5 (1995): 601, 632.
"Fear of Feminism." Ms (1994): 18, 21.
"'Men Can't Be That Bad': Realism and Feminist Fiction in the 1970s." American Literary History 6 (1994): 287, 305.
"Faculty Development." AAUP White Papers 1 (1994): 5, 6.
"An Edge of History: The Implicit Feminism of Doris Lessing's." The Four-Gated City XXVI (1984).
"Coda to 'An Edge of History: The Implicit Feminism of Doris Lessing's The Four-Gated City'." Lessing Newsletter 7 (1983).
The Aunt Lute Anthology of U. S. Women Writers, Volume II: 20th Century. Aunt Lute Books.