Angela Hubler is Associate Professor of Women's Studies at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. She teaches courses on women's writing and culture, feminist theory, and gender and female adolescence. Her essays on Josephine Herbst appear in Papers on Language and Literature and Critical Survey. She's also published essays in several anthologies, and in Women's Studies Quarterly, National Women's Studies Association Journal, Children's Literature Association Quarterly, and The Lion and the Unicorn.
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