LeeAnne M. Richardson

Associate Professor of English, Georgia State University

An Associate Professor of English at Georgia State University, I read, teach, and write about late-Victorian British literature and culture, as well as about the early twentieth century. My research focuses on women writers, most particularly women poets, but I'm also interested in the era's genre fiction, especially as it registers the cultural anxieties of its era. I am the author of New Woman and Colonial Adventure Fiction: Gender, Genre, and Empire (U of Florida P, 2006) as well as essays on women writers, little magazines, and the transition from Victorian to Modernism. I am currently at work on a manuscript about Katharine Bradley and Edith Cooper, who together were known as the poet Michael Field.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor of English, Georgia State University

Education

  • 2000 
    Indiana University, Bloomington, PhD, English