Alison Tracy Hale

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Professor, English

Alison Tracy Hale’s primary teaching and scholarly interests focus on the literatures of early America, with emphases on the American gothic, the early novel, pedagogical practices, and the early Republic.

Her recent publications include “Heavenly Fathers: Patriarchy, Paternity, and Affiliation in The Lamplighter” in Saving the World: Girlhood and Evangelicalism in 19th-century America, ed. Robin L. Cadwallader and Allison Giffen (Routledge) and “Liberties, Letters, and Lives: The Many Voices of Early American Women” in Early American Literature (50:2). Current works-in-process include the book Pedagogical Citizenship and the Early American Woman and a young adult novel set during the witchcraft trials in Salem, MA.

Education
BA University of California, Berkeley 1985
MA Boston University 1989
MA San Francisco State University 1995
Ph.D University of Washington 2005
Classes
American Literature I ENGL 234-A 2228
True Crime in the U.S. ENGL 358-A 2228
Technologies of Power SSI1 194-A 2228
Intro to English Studies ENGL 220-A 2234
Genre: Novel ENGL 330-A 2234
Adv Seminar in American Lit ENGL 431-A 2234
What is America? HON 401-A 2234

Contact Information

Wyatt 339