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Maude Hines, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Neuberger Hall M425 | 503-725-3523 |

B.A. 1992 The City College of New York 
Ph.D. 1998 Duke University 

On the PSU faculty since 2000

FIELDS: Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture; Early Twentieth-Century American Literature and Culture; African-American Literature; Cultural Studies; Children's Literature; Gender and Literature; Critical Theory


Eng 300:Critical Approaches to Literature; Eng 447/547: Harlem Renaissance; Eng 308U: Golden Age Children's Literature; Eng 449/549: Intro to Cultural Studies


Maude Hines received her Ph.D. in Literature from Duke University in 1998, along with graduate certification in African-American Studies and Women's Studies. She specializes in American Literature. Her teaching and research focuses on Anglo-American Children's Literature, African American Literature, and Cultural Studies. She is currently completing a manuscript on citizen formation in late nineteenth-century American children's literature. She is also working on a project about the treatment of racial transformation in American cultural production. Her published work includes articles on Philip Pullman, Alice Walker and Paule Marshall, Ecocriticism in Children's Literature, and Louisa May Alcott.