Kate Faber Oestreich
Associate Professor, Coordinator MAW Graduate Program
I know only one thing about the technologies that await us in the future – we will find ways to tell stories with them.” – Jason Ohler
Kate Faber Oestreich (pronounced A-Strike) is Associate Professor of Literature, Writing, and New Media at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina. She and Jennifer Camden have co-authored a book entitled, Transmedia Storytelling: Pemberley Digital’s Adaptations of Jane Austen and Mary Shelley (2018). Her scholarship and scholarly reviews have appeared in Nineteenth Century Studies; Nineteenth-Century Contexts; Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies; Companion to Victorian Popular Fiction; College English Association Critic; ariel: A Review of International English Literature; Journal of Victorian Culture; Victorians Institute Journal; and the edited collections Neo-Victorian Madness and Straight Writ Queer. Oestreich serves as Co-Director of Electronic Communications on the Executive Board for the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association, on the Steering Committee of the Centre of Nineteenth-Century Studies International, and as Vice President of the International Nineteenth-Century Studies Association.
Ph.D., The Ohio State University
M.A., The Ohio State University
B.A., The Ohio State University
Her areas of specialization include British literature of the long nineteenth century, multimodal writing, adaptation and film, digital storytelling, and critical theory, especially those concerning new media, feminism, and cultural materialism.