Katherine Bailey

Katherine Bailey, Ph.D.

  • Adjunct
  • Email: Katherine.Bailey@ucf.edu
  • Education

    • Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Humanities from Florida State University (2012)
    • M.A. in Liberal Studies from Hamilton Holt School, Rollins College (1992)
    • B.A. in Humanities from Hamilton Holt School, Rollins College (1989)

    Research Interests

    Humanities, Victorian Era, Gothic Literature, Film

    Courses

    Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
    18221 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Unavailable
    No Description Available
    18359 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Unavailable
    No Description Available
    Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
    90777 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
    No Description Available
    90785 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
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    91033 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
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    Course Number Course Title Mode Session Date and Time Syllabus
    62152 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) A Available
    No Description Available
    62611 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) B Available
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    Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
    11365 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
    No Description Available
    11596 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
    No Description Available
    22054 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
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    Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
    81610 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available

    This course is an introduction to humanities ideas, research methods, and approaches to scholarship and creative work. Students will be introduced to diverse tools and approaches for critically examining intellectual, cultural, and creative human expression.

    More specifically, this course asks students to investigate several theoretical approaches to the Humanities that may include postcolonial theory, feminist theory, queer theory, and critical race theory. We will use these theoretical frameworks to understand the significance of some creative works and to offer critiques of others. This course is unapologetically an exploration of contemporary Humanities and the work of marginalized, ignored, and excluded communities.

    81650 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
    No Description Available
    81658 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
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    81859 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available
    No Description Available

    Updated: Aug 15, 2019