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Famous WomenWomen's &
Gender Studies

Jill Bergman

Professor
LA 128 (406) 243-5231
jill.bergman@mso.umt.edu
Office Hours:

Tuesdays 9:30 - 11:00, Thursdays 9:30 - 11:00, and by appointment.

Current Position

Associate Professor; Associate Chair; Graduate Chair


Courses

Undergraduate Courses

  • African American Women Writers (cross-listed African American Studies and Women and Gender Studies)
  • American Literature to 1865
  • American Women Writers, 1790-1915 (cross-listed Women and Gender Studies)
  • Feminist Literary Theory (cross-listed Women and Gender Studies)
  • Regionalism, Realism, and Naturalism

Graduate Courses

  • Nation Stories
  • Scribbling Women: Nineteenth Century American Women Writers
  • Women Writing about Women Writing 
  • Maternal Redemption in American Women's Fiction


Education

Ph.D., English, University of Illinois, Urbana, 1999

M.A., English, California State University, Fresno, 1990

B.A., English, Trinity Western University, British Columbia, 1986


Field of Study

American Literature to WWII; American Women Writers; African American Literature


Selected Publications

Our Sisters’ Keepers: Nineteenth Century Benevolence Literature by American Women.  Co-edited with Debra Bernardi.  Alabama UP, 2005.

“Doing it ‘man-fashion’: Gender Performance in Gilman’s Unpunished. Charlotte Perkins Gilman: New Texts, New Contexts.  Ohio State University Press.  Forthcoming

"'The Motherless Child in Pauline Hopkins's Of One Blood." Legacy. 25:2 (June 2008): 286-298.

“’A silent partner long enough’: Phelps Rewrites Gaskell’s North and South.Studies in American Fiction.  (Fall 2005) 147-181.

“Everything we hoped she'd be: Contending Forces in Hopkins Scholarship.” African American Review. 38.2 (Summer 2004) 181-199.

“‘Natural’ Divisions: Whiteness and the American New Woman in the General Federation of Women’s Clubs.”  New Woman Hybridities: Femininity, Feminism, and International Consumer Culture, 1880-1930.  Eds. Ann Heilmann and Margaret Beetham.  Routledge, 2004. 223-239.

“Kim Williams.” Invited submission for Notable American Women. Cambridge


Women’s & Gender Studies Program

Liberal Arts 138A | Missoula, MT 59812

Co-Directors: Elizabeth Hubble & Anya Jabour | 406-243-4100

elizabeth.hubble@umontana.edu | anya.jabour@umontana.edu

Office Contact: Jamie Boschee

406–243–2584 or 243–4100 | jamie.boschee@mso.umt.edu