Stephanie M. Hilger |
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Stephanie M. Hilger is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, German, and Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research focuses on gender, class, and race in eighteenth-century British, French, and German literature. She is the author of Women Write Back: Strategies of Response and the Dynamics of European Literary Culture, 1790–1805 (2009). Her articles have appeared in journals such as College Literature, Colloquia Germanica, Eighteenth-Century Studies, French Review, Lessing Yearbook, Neophilologus, Seminar, Women in German Yearbook, and in various edited collections. She was awarded a fellowship from the Center for Advanced Study for her current book project, “The Warrior and the Traveler: Women in the French Revolution,” which examines the depiction of socially and politically active women in German literature during the thirty-year period following the French Revolution.
Essays in Partial Answers
Imagining a New World : Henriette Frölich’s Virginia oder die Kolonie von Kentucky (1820)
Volume 10, Issue 2, January 2011
Literature and the State