Department of English

Katarina Gephardt

Associate Professor of English

Contact Information

Office: Kennesaw Campus
English Building (EB 440), Room 255
Phone: 470-578-4358


Associate Professor

Teaching at Kennesaw State since 2004

Education: Ph.D., Ohio State University

Specializations: Nineteenth-century British literature, travel writing, and travel writing Courses Regularly Taught: English 4470 (Nineteenth-Century British Literature) English 4480 (Nineteenth-Century World Literature) English 4580 (Twentieth-Century World Literature) English 2145 (Introduction to English Studies)

Most Recent or Most Important Publications: “Hybrid Gardens: Travel and the Nationalization of Taste in Ann Radcliffe’s Continental Landscapes.” European Romantic Review. 21.1 (2010): 3-27. “‘The Enchanted Garden’ or ‘the Red Flag’: Eastern Europe in Late Nineteenth-Century British Travel Writing.” Journal of Narrative Theory 35.3 (2005): 292-306. "Digesting Dickens: Serial Reading of Little Dorrit in an Online Community." Teachers as Avatars: Using Technology in English Studies. Eds. Laura Davis and Linda Stewart. Hampton Press. (forthcoming)



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