Amy Kahrmann Huseby | Editor | Writer | Teacher | Researcher

Amy Kahrmann Huseby is an Associate Teaching Professor, Media Director, and Online Lit Program Coordinator in the English Department, Affiliated Faculty in Gender and Women’s Studies, and Honors College Fellow at Florida International University. She also serves as Editor alongside Beth Palmer (Surrey, UK) for the scholarly journal Victoriographies (Edinburgh UP).

Dr. Huseby earned her Ph.D. in English Language and Literature (with an interdisciplinary minor in Critical Theory) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017 under the direction of Caroline Levine. Her research focuses on the relationship between British literature of the long nineteenth century and the representational capacity of numbers, with particular attention to questions of historical poetics, gender and sexuality, colonialism and imperialism, and political economy. Her research and teaching interests more broadly include poetry, prosody, and poetics of the long nineteenth century; print culture, the history of the book, and publishing; the history of science; biopolitics, statistics, and the rise of social sciences; and aesthetics and politics.

Dr. Huseby’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Victorian PoetryVictorian Periodicals ReviewWomen’s WritingSouth Atlantic Review, and several edited collections. Her own poetry has been published and anthologized by the Atlanta ReviewWilderness House Literary Review, and Pearl, among others. Dr. Huseby regularly collaborates with other scholars on editing projects and collections. Together with Dr. Heather Bozant Witcher (Auburn University), she is co-editor of Defining Pre-Raphaelite Poetics (Palgrave Macmillan 2020). Together with Ana Parejo-Vadillo, she is in the process of compiling an edited collection on the Field verse dramas, and she recently joined The Diaries of Michael Field project as a a member of the editorial board and TEI coder.


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