Patricia Frank, PhD
- 2015, PhD, English, University of Wisconsin - Madison
- 2005, MA, English, University of Wisconsin - Madison
- 2003, Postbaccalaureate, English, Portland State University
- 2000, MAT, English Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
- 1996, BA, Education, Brown University
Frank, P. 2015. "The Ends of Aloneness: Scenes of Solitude in Nineteenth-Century Fiction." Unpublished Univeristy of Wisconsin - Madison doctoral dissertation. [ PDF 902KB] [Abstract PDF 146KB]
"Solitude as a Social Feild in Jane Austen's Persuasion," British Women Writers Conference, New York, NY, July 2015.
"Solitude, Women, and Counterplots in Our Mutual Friend," North American Victorian Studies Association, Honolulu, HI, July 2015.
"Dracula, Shortcuts, and Public Networks," Discussion group paper, NAVSA, Madison, WI, Sept. 2012.
"Space and Solitude in Villette," British Women Writers Conference, College Station, TX, April 2010.
"The Stakes of Coherence in Bram Stoker's Dracula," Midwest Modern Language Association Convention, Cleveland, OH, Nov. 2007.
"The Work of Death in Our Mutual Friend." Midwest Conference on British Studies, Dayton, OH, Sept. 2007.
"Anti-Bodies in the French Revolution: The Case of the Marquis de Sade." MadLit Graduate Student Association Conference, Madison, WI, April 2007.