Kirsten T Saxton

Kirsten Saxton
Professor of English
Certificate for the Advancement of Digital Learning
Mills Hall 306

Professional Interests: Women and the law, the history of the novel, 18th-century British literature and culture, post-colonial literature and culture, theories of sexuality, pedagogy, composition studies

Curriculum Vitae

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At Mills Since 1996

Education

  • BA, Mills College
  • MA, University of California, Davis
  • PhD, University of California, Davis

Fall 2019 Schedule

Day Time Course Title Room
R4:00 pm-6:30 pmBrit Romanticisms/RevolutionsGSB 117
S10:00 am-4:00 pmST: Oakland Writers ArtistsSTR 101

Courses Taught

  • ENG 001: ENG 001: Rhetoric and Composition for the College Writer
  • ENG 066: Blood and Ink: Introduction to British Literature II
  • ENG 080D: ST: Fatal Women
  • ENG 132: 18th-Century English Novel
  • ENG 175: British Romanticisms and Revolutions
  • ENG 180AJ: ST: Jane Austen, Crtcl Legacy
  • ENG 180C: ST: Ghosts in the Machine
  • ENG 180D: ST: Fatal Women
  • ENG 180E: Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting For
  • ENG 180E: Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting
  • ENG 180J: JANE AUSTEN: THE CRITICAL LEGACY AND THE POPULAR IMAGINATION
  • ENG 189: Senior Thesis in Creative Writing
  • ENG 191: Senior Thesis in Literature
  • ENG 200: Writing and Research for Graduate Students in English
  • ENG 232: 18th-Century English Novel
  • ENG 250A: MA Research Project
  • ENG 275: British Romanticisms and Revolutions
  • ENG 280C: ST: Ghosts in the Machine
  • ENG 280E: Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting
  • ENG 280E: Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting For
  • ENG 280J: JANE AUSTEN: THE CRITICAL LEGACY AND THE POPULAR IMAGINATION