Kathyrn Bateman

Kathryn Bateman

Kathryn Bateman

Contact Information

Kathryn Bateman
Position Graduate Assistant: PhD Student (Literary and Cultural Studies)
Office Location McMicken Hall Room 248
Email batemakn@mail.uc.edu
Phone (513) 556-5924
Fax (513) 556-5960
Mail Location 0069


School Degree
Univeristy of Cincinnati Ph.D. in English (Literature) (in progress)
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
M.A in English Literature (2013)
University of San Diego
B.A. in English Literature (2008)


Professional Summary

My research interests include film and women’s studies, gender and sexuality, and feminist theory.

Classes Taught

101: College Reading and Writing I (UNC-Wilmington)                                         

201: College Reading and Writing II (UNC-Wilmington)                            



 “Gwendolen Harleth: The Extraordinary Heroine of George Eliot's Daniel Deronda.” Palaver Fall 2013: n. pag.


 “What Time May Tell: The Revelations and Relationships of Time between Didion’s The Year of Magical Thinking and Blue Nights.” What Lies Beneath: Subtle Ideologies and Underlying Arguments, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, February 2013.


 “Blending Tutoring Techniques with English 101.” English in Action Showcase, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, December 2012.

 “Victoria Ocampo’s Buenos Aires.” Spring Wentworth Fellowship Presentation, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, April 2014.

Honors and Awards

Received in pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree:
            Leo Roon Leadership Scholarship (2004)
            Presidential Scholar Award (2004-2008)
            English Departmental Honor Award (Highest GPA in Major)
            (May 2008)
            Magna Cum Laude Graduate (May 2008)

 Received in pursuit of a Master’s degree
             Graduate Teaching Assistantship (2012-2014)
             Graduate Tuition Remission Scholarship (2012-2014)
             New Scholar Award (2012-2013)
             Graduate Tuition Scholarship (2012-2013)
             Certificate of Certified Tutor Training through the College of
              Reading and Learning Aossociation CRLA (2012)
              P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) Program for
              Continuing Education Grant (2012-2013)
              Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation
              Scholarship (2013-2014)
              Wentworth Fellowship (2013-2014)
              Summa Cum Laude Graduate (May 2014)

Professional Memberships

National Society of Collegiate Scholars (2007-Present)

Graduate English Association at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington (2012-2014)

Institutional and Professional Service

Assistant to the Graduate Coordinator, UNC-Wilmington, Spring 2013

Writing Center Tutor, The Writing Center, UNC-Wilmington, 2012-2013

Active Member, Graduate English Association, UNC-Wilmington, 2012-2014