Graduate Teaching Assistant, Assistant Director of FYENGL
First Year English
University of South Carolina
Hannah Huber is a doctoral candidate in English with an emphasis in American Literature. Her research interests include American realism and naturalism from 1865-1914, medical studies, and gender and sexuality studies. Specifically, Hannah is interested in how modernity redefined conceptions of sleep phenomena in relation to space, time, identity and genre. She serves as the Executive Coordinator of the Frank Norris Society and has presented her work in the study of literary naturalism at the American Literature Association's annual conference. As Assistant Director of First-Year English, Hannah primarily specializes in online content and technical support.