Cora Kaplan is visiting professor in the School of English and Drama at Queen Mary, University of London, and emerita professor of English at the University of Southampton. A feminist cultural critic with a focus on class and gender from the 19th century forward, she counts among her works Sea Changes: Essays in Culture and Feminism (1986) and Genders (with David Glover, 2000). Her most recent book is Victoriana: Histories, Fictions, Criticism (Edinburgh UP and Columbia UP, 2007). Professor Kaplan is a general editor of a forthcoming 10 volume series from Palgrave Macmillan, The History of British Women’s Writing. In January 2006, she edited a special issue on Class for PMLA, and is currently at work on two book length projects: one on the representation of class and race under New Labour, The Death of the Working-Class Hero, and the other entitled Giant Propensities: Racial Thinking in Victorian Britian.
Reading by Cora Kaplan and discussion of women poets.
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