Faculty Profiles

John Hodge

  • Lecturer
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities

Bio

Current Project: Bent Victorians: Obsession in Victorian Literature and Culture, which claims that obsessive narrative structures within Victorian literature result from the tension between realism's representational goals and its narrative objectives.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, Tufts University
  • MA, Tufts University
  • BA, Hampshire College
  • Completed 2 years without filing for my Associates Degree, Rochester Institute of Technology

Academic Interests

Gender Studies; Queer Studies. Literary Criticism, with an emphasis on Narrative Theory.

Awards & Honors

  • 2012 — “Favorite Faculty”. Annual Faculty & Staff Rankings., Babson Free Press
  • 2010 — “What Faculty Would You Like to Thank”. Your Final Words. , Emerson College
  • 2000 — Excellence in Teaching, Tufts University
  • 1995 — Pass with Distinction, Comprehensive Oral Ph. D. Examination, Tufts University
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Courses

  • Degree Courses 2019

    • AHS 1000 CRIT INQUIRY: SELF IN CONTEXT
    • RHT 1000 FOUNDATIONS OF ACADEMIC WRITING I
    • IMH 2312 HONORS SEMINAR II
    • AHS 1000 AHS SELF IN CONTEXT
    • RHT 1001 RHETORIC II
  • Degree Courses 2018

    • AHS 1000 AHS THE SELF IN CONTEXT
    • IMH 2312 HONORS SEMINAR II
    • RHT 1000 RHETORIC I
    • RHT 1001 RHETORIC II

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Hodge, J. (2005). Villette’s Compulsory Education. Vol: 45, Issue: 4. Studies in English Literature.
  • Hodge, J. (1999). The Agency of the Anus in the Letter or Reason Since Freud. Vol: 56, Page: 145-180. American Imago, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Hodge, J. (2006). Queer Theory: Literary Encyclopedia. link
  • Hodge, J. (1999). Entries for “Grotesque,” “Homophobia,” “Homosexuality” . Feminist Literary Dictionary, Garland Publication.
  • Hodge, J. (1998). "Quentin Crisp". Gay and Lesbian Biography, St. James Press.

Book Reviews

  • Hodge, J. (1996). Review of "Walter Pater" by Laurel Brake. Vol: 33. The Pater Newsletter .

Articles - Circular or newsletter (e.g., Babson Insight)

  • Hodge, J.H. (2015). Quick Tip: Reading Backward for Fluency: TESOL Connections. TESOL International Association. link

Presentations

  • "All Studies and No Gay": One Homosexual's Account of Queering Gay Studies for the LBGT Community Hodge, J. Babson Research Day, Babson College (2017)
  • TOELF Basics Hodge, J. NONE, Showa Boston Institute for Language and Culture (2016)
  • ESL in the Rhetoric Classroom Hodge, J. Babson College Writing Center, Babson College Writing Center (2016)
  • Lecture Series: Introduction to TOEFL Hodge, J. NONE, Showa Boston Institute for Language and Culture (2015)
  • Academic English as a Foreign Language Hodge, J. Babson College Writing Center, Babson College Writing Center (2015)
  • The Thesis-less Essay Hodge, J. Babson College Writing Center, Babson College Writing Center (2015)
  • Gals will be Gales: Dorothy’s Reproductive Capabilities and the Birth of Murder Hodge, J. Babson College Faculty Research Chat, Wellesley, MA (2013)
  • Moving from ESL to Academic English Hodge, J. Teacher Training to ESL Faculty , Thompson, CT (2012)
  • Writing Academically Across the Curriculum Hodge, J. Presentation to ESL Faculty , Thompson, CT (2012)
  • What English Does College Want Hodge, J. SKYPE Presenter , Winchendon, MA (2012)
  • What English Does College Want Hodge, J. ESL Student Presentation , Babson Park, MA (2012)
  • Adapting Your Syllabus for Different Campuses Hodge, J. NEMLA, New Brunswick, New Jersey (2011)
  • Beyond Discipline(s): the Continuing Valve of a (Hampshire) Humanities Education during our 40th Anniversary Celebration Hodge, J. , Hampshire College (2010)
  • TOEFL's Untold Secrets Hodge, J. NEACAC, Salve Regina University (2010)
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