Kate Watts (MA, University of Idaho, 2011) teaches English 101, 201, 301, and 402. She is a member of WSU President’s Teaching Academy. In 2013, she earned the Department of English’s Distinguished Instructor Award, and in 2014, she earned the Department of English’s Distinguished Service Award. Kate actively attends and presents at literature and composition conferences, including Inland InfoLIt, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, and Computers and Writing.
“The Cottage as Disguise in Mary Robinson’s The Widow,” Criterion, Winter 2011
“Female Independence in Mary Robinson’s The Natural Daughter,” Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, February 2014
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