Pamela Fox, Professional Lecturer
Pamela Fox, Professor of English, is a feminist scholar of literary and cultural studies whose research/teaching focuses on gender and class. She grew up in northwest Indiana and received both her B.A. and M.A. from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. She earned her PhD in English from the University of Washington. She joined the Georgetown University faculty in 1990, teaching courses such as Class Fictions in the Contemporary U.S., Katrina Culture, Feminist Cultural Theory, Women Writers/Feminist Readers, Methods in Literary and Cultural Studies, Intro. To Cultural Studies, Reading Motherhood, the Victorian Social Novel, Cultural Representations of Women, and the Women’s Studies Capstone Seminar. Research specialties include working-class literature and culture, American popular culture, feminist materialist theory, literature by women (both British and American), country music.