Kate Faber Oestreich
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. She and Jennifer Camden 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 the edited collections, Neo-Victorian Madness and Straight Writ Queer; the reference resource, Companion to Victorian Popular Fiction; and the academic journals, Nineteenth Century Studies, Victorians Institute Journal, Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, The College English Association Critic, and ARIEL. Oestreich serves on the Executive Committee of the Nineteenth Century Studies Association as the Co-Director of Electronic Communications.
Ph.D., The Ohio State University (2008)
M.A., The Ohio State University (2003)
B.A., The Ohio State University (1997)
Her areas of specialization include English literature of the long nineteenth century; digital storytelling and adaptation; critical theory, especially those concerned with new media, feminism, cultural materialism, and sartorial semiotics.