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Dr. Elizabeth Hutcheon

Chair, Department of Language and Literature; Associate Professor of English


Phone Number: (334) 833-4435
Office and/or Address: Flowers Hall 311


  • Ph.D., English Literature, The University of Chicago
  • Master of Studies in Women’s Studies, University of Oxford, Oxford, England
  • Master of Studies in Research Methods in English, University of Oxford, Oxford, England


Dr. Hutcheon has taught for the University of Chicago and for Lake Forest College (Illinois), and has served as an editorial assistant for Critical Inquiry and as a freelance annotator for Barnes and Noble Books.

Awards and Honors

  • Dr. and Mrs.John N. Todd III Award for Excellence in Teaching, Huntingdon College, 2017
  • Evan Frankel Dissertation-Year Write-Up Fellowship, The University of Chicago, 2010–2011
  • Center for Gender Studies Resident Fellow, The University of Chicago, 2009–2010
  • Timothy S. Healy Scholar, Georgetown University, 2002


  • From shrew to subject: Petruchio’s humanist education of Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew.  (Winter 2011).  Comparative Drama. 45.4.
  • “Medea and The Merchant of Venice: Shakespeare, Gender, and Rhetoric” forthcoming in  Studies in English Literature, 1500–1900
  • “Literature and Cultural Capital in Early Modern and Contemporary Pedagogy” forthcoming in Shakespeare and the 99% ed. Tim Francisco and Sharon O’Dair
  • Review of Lynn Enterline, Shakespeare’s Schoolroom: Rhetoric, Discipline, Emotion, in Shakespeare Studies 41 (2013): 226-230


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