Julie Abraham

Hyman H. Kleinman Fellowship in the Humanities

BA (Hons.), University of Adelaide, Australia. MA, MPhil, PhD, Columbia University. Special interest in lesbian/gay/queer studies, 20th-century British and American literature, contemporary feminisms, and literatures of the city; author of Are Girls Necessary?: Lesbian Writing and Modern Histories, Metropolitan Lovers: The Homosexuality of Cities, and numerous essays; editor of Diana: A Strange Autobiography; contributor to The Nation and The Women’s Review of Books. SLC, 2000–

Courses taught in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Perverts in Groups: The Social Life of Homosexuals
  • Queer Americans: Henry James, Gertrude Stein, Willa Cather, and James Baldwin
  • Queer Theory: A History
2012-2013
  • First-Year Studies: The Invention of Homosexuality
  • Pretty, Witty, and Gay
  • Virginia Woolf in the 20th Century
2011-2012
  • Perverts in Groups: The Social Life of Homosexuals
  • Queer Theory: A History

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