Included among the courses Professor Lieske teaches are:
Applied Literary Criticism
18th-C British Literature
Pam Lieske teaches courses in 18th-C British literature and culture, feminist theory, women’s literature, and writing. She is the editor of the 12 volume 18th-C British Midwifery (Pickering and Chatto 2007-09) and has published essays on the history of science and medicine, enlightenment culture, and women’s literature. Her current research focuses on sexual assault and trauma in contemporary women’s fiction as well as on female Gothic fiction from the eighteenth-century to the present, with particular emphasis on women’s corporeal punishment and its connection to scientific and medical practices.
Ph.D. English University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA and BA Portland State University, BS Nursing Washington State University
“Deformity of the Maternal Pelvis in Late Eighteenth-Century Britain.” Reproduction in the Eighteenth-Century, ed. Ray Stephanson (University of Toronto Press, 2015) 319-43.
“Made in Imitation of Real Women and Children’: Obstetrical Machines in Eighteenth-Century Britain,” The Female Body in Medicine and Literature. Eds. Andrew Mangham and Greta Depledge, Liverpool University Press, 2010, 59-88. Editor, Eighteenth-Century Br