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"Only Colour That You Want: Lady Audley’s Secret and Cosmetics as Discurisve Fantasy." Victorian Periodicals Review. Fall 2017.
"Ante Up: Econocide and the Literacy Game in U.S. Prisons." Literacy in Composition Studies. Spring 2015.
“After Words.” Writing on the Edge. Spring 2013.
"The Female Mirror: Visions of (In)justice in Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea
and Zee Edgell's Beka Lamb." Pennsylvania College English Journal. Spring
FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
Russell J. and Dorothy S. Bilinksi Fellow, 2017-2018
Dean's Summer Fellows, Summer 2017
English Department Distinguished Disseration Fellowship, Spring 2017
UC Davis Humanities Institute Research Cluster Funding (with David Coad, Chris Thaiss, and Michele Zugnoni), Spring 2015
Graduate Studies Travel Award, Fall 2015
Director- Yolo County Jail Literary Workshop for Women, Fall 2017
Podcast Contributor- Annotations (https://annotationspodcast.wordpress.com/), Spring 2017-
Mentor- UC Davis English Graduate Student Peer Advising Program, Fall- Spring 2016
Chair- UC Davis Baggy Novel Victorian Book Club, Fall 2015- Spring 2017
Co-Chair- Rhetoric at Davis Research Cluster, 2015- Spring 2017
Secretary/Treasurer- UC Davis English Graduate Student Association, 2013-2014
Volunteer Instructor- Prison University Project at San Quentin, Fall 2012-Spring 2017
Event Coordinator- UC Davis English Graduate Student Association, 2012-2013
Graduate Student Union Member- Lehigh University, 2010-2011
Courses Taught at University of California, Davis:
-ENL 10B: Literatures in English, 1700-1900 (Fall 2016-Winter 2017)
-ENL 3: Writing About Literature (Fall 2015-Winter 2016)
-UWP 1: Expository Writing (Fall 2012-Spring 2014)
Teaching Assistantships at University of California, Davis:
-English 123: 18th-Century British Literature (Fall 2011)
-English 133: 19th-Century British Literature (Winter 2012)
-English 110-B: Introduction to Principles of Criticism (Spring 2012)
Courses Taught at Lehigh University:
-English I: Critical Reading and Composition (Fall 2009 & Fall 2010)
-English II: Research and Argument (Spring 2010 & Spring 2011)
Teaching Assistantship at Lehigh University:
-English 372: British Victorian Literature (Spring 2011)
- “Literacies of the Oppressed: A Transatlantic Study of It Is Never Too Late to Mend and Uncle Tom's Cabin.” Dickens Conference. University of California Davis, March 2016.
- “Service Learning in the First Year Writing Classroom”. Research Network Forum, Work-in-Progress Presenter. CCCC Conference. Tampa, Florida, March 2015.
- "Ethnography and Feminist Rhetoric in the Composition Classroom." Presenter. Feminist Rhetoric Conference. Stanford University. September 2013.
- UC Davis Scholar's Symposium. "Inside Walls: Prison Writing." Presenter April 2013.
- UC Davis Scholar's Symposium.. "Gender and Serialization: The Femme Fatale and Lady Audley's Secret." October 2013.
- "Jane Austen's Juvenilia." Dickens Universe Conference. Louisiana State University, April 2013.
- "Palimpsestic Marks: Cosmetic Sensations in Lady Audley's Secret." Presenter. British Women Writers Conference, UC Boulder, June 2012.
- "Women's Writing: Feminist Theory's Impasse." Presenter. Feminism in Practice Conference, Lehigh University, November 2010.
- "Visions of (In)justice: The Female Mirror in Wide Sargasso Sea and Beka
- Lamb." Presenter. PCEA Annual Conference (English and Social Justice), Bethlehem, PA, April 2010.
- "Uncanny Sisters: Doubt and Doubling in Jane Eyre." Guest Speaker. Bronte Seminar, Gettysburg College, March 2009.
Rebecca Kling is a PhD Candidate who works with transatlantic nineteenth century literature as well as prison studies and literacy theory. She is currently working on her dissertation, which is a transatlantic study of personhood and literacy in the mid-nineteenth century. In her dissertation, she interrogates the ways in which the late nineteenth century marked an originary moment for the formation of national discourses surrounding mass literacy, one that continues to warrant recognition today. Rebecca integrates these new insights on transatlantic contexts surrounding literacy with contemporary continuities, particularly in prison education and the school-to-prison pipeline. In addition to teaching writing and literature at University of California Davis, Rebecca also teaches at San Quentin Prison through the Priosn University Program.