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About Pamela Buck

Pamela Buck's research focuses on British Romantic literature, gender, and material culture. Her book in progress explores how women writers used souvenirs to circulate political ideas during the French Revolution. She is also interested in global Romanticism and has published articles on postcolonial readings of Jane Austen and early nineteenth-century women’s travel writing. She received her B.A. magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Wellesley College, her M.A. from the University of Chicago, and her Ph.D. from Tufts University.

Positions

September 2016 - Present Associate Professor, Sacred Heart University English Department
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July 2010 - September 2016 Assistant Professor, Sacred Heart University English Department
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Curriculum Vitae



Grants

2019 Women in the World: A Digital Recovery Project
Sacred Heart University
Academics for Creative Teaching (ACT) Grant
2016 Global Connections in Martha Wilmot's Russian Letters, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Ireland
Sacred Heart University
University Research and Creativity Grant (URCG)
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Courses

  • First Year Writing
  • Experiencing Literature
  • British Traditions I
  • British Traditions II
  • Jane Austen and Popular Culture
  • Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
  • British Romantic Literature
  • British Victorian Literature
  • Postcolonial Women Writers
  • Senior Capstone

Education

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PhD, Tufts University ‐ English
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MA, University of Chicago ‐ English
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BA, Wellesley College ‐ English, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
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Contact Information

Dr. Pamela Buck
Sacred Heart University
5151 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT  06825
203-396-8356      

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Articles & Book Chapters (5)

Book Reviews (2)

Conference Presentations (10)