Katherine S. Nash, PhD
Hibbs Hall, 900 Park Ave., room 316
Film, New Media, Theory
- PhD, English Language and Literature, University of Virginia (2006)
- MA, English Language and Literature, University of Virginia (2003)
- BA, English Language and Literature, Earlham College (1995)
- Form, theory, and history of narrative
- Victorian and Modernist British literature
- Narrative ethics
- Inclusive pedagogies, curricula, and program assessments
- Undergraduates' wellness
- Feminist Narrative Ethics: Tacit Persuasion in Modernist Form (Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2014).
- “Mid-Pandemic Pedagogy: A Candid Dialogue between Student and Literature Professor.” Co-authored with VCU sophomore English major Emma Carlson. Literature 2 (2022): 62-76.
- “When a Plan Comes Together: An Analysis of Assessment Plans from Accredited U.S. Journalism and Mass Communication Programs.” Co-authored with Timothy Bajkiewicz. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator. Under peer review.
- “Overt and Covert Narrative Structure: A Reconsideration of Jane Eyre,” in Twenty-First-Century Perspectives on Victorian Literature, ed. Laurence W. Mazzeno (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014), 75–85.
- “Narrative Structure,” in The Encyclopedia of the Novel, ed. Peter Melville Logan, Olakunle George, Susan Hegeman, and Efraín Kristal (Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011), 545–49.
- International Society for the Study of Narrative
- American Association of Colleges and Universities
- American Association of University Professors
- The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
- The Powys Society (UK)
- ENGL 336: Nineteenth-Century Novels
- ENGL 342: The Modern Novel
- ENGL 447: Form and Theory of Fiction
- ENGL 301: Introduction to the English Major
- ENGL 480/ENGL 499: Virginia Woolf
- Profile in Faculty Teaching Excellence, filmed by the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (2018)
- VCU Humanities Research Center Residential Fellow (2016)
- VCU Humanities Research Center Travel Grants (2017, 2016, 2014)
- NEH Seminar, “Narrative Theory: Rhetoric and Ethics in Fiction and Nonfiction" (2008)