Ph.D. Candidate in English
West Virginia University

Jeanne E. Hamming is a doctoral candidate in English at West Virginia University where she studies masculine subjectivity and environment in twentieth-century American fiction. In addition to her doctoral research, Jeanne Hamming is part of a multimedia project, Mariner10, which develops educational titles for interdisciplinary study. Publications include "Dildonics, Dykes, and the Detachable Masculine" forthcoming in the European Journal of Women Studies.

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