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Kylee-Anne Hingston Assistant Professor

STM 204

Research Area(s)

  • Victorian literature
  • disability studies
  • children’s literature


  • B.A. Hons, University of Regina
  • M.A., University of Saskatchewan
  • Ph.D., University of Victoria

Research Projects

  • Embodied Victorian Theologies: Incarnation and Disability in Victorian Periodicals

Selected Publications and Presentations


  • Articulating Bodies: The Narrative Form of Disability and Disease in Victorian Fiction, Liverpool University Press, 2019.
  • “Interdependence, Incarnation and Disability in Charlotte Yonge’s The Pillars of the House.Journal of Disability and Religion. 22.2 (2018): 187-198.
  • “Collaborative Knowledge and Merging Media: Teaching Victorian Periodical Print Using Digital Tools.” Digital Pedagogies: Building Learning Communities for Studying Victorian Periodicals. Spec. issue of Victorian Periodicals Review 48.2 (2015): 197–215. Equally and jointly co-authored with Caley Ehnes.
  • “Prostheses and Narrative Perspective in Dinah Mulock Craik’s The Little Lame Prince.” Re-evaluating Dinah Mulock Craik. Spec. issue of Women’s Writing 20.2 (2013): 370–86.
  • “‘Skins to Jump Into’: The Slipperiness of Identity and the Body in Wilkie Collins’s No Name.” Victorian Literature and Culture 40.1 (2012): 117–35.
  • “Montgomery’s ‘Imp’: Conflicting Representations of Illness in L. M. Montgomery’s The Blue Castle.” Storm and Dissonance: L. M. Montgomery and Conflict. Ed. Jean Mitchell. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. 194–208.
  • “The Declension of a Story: Narrative Structure in Howard O’Hagan’s Tay John.” Studies in Canadian Literature 30.2 (2005): 181–92.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • ENG 114 Reading Culture: Disability in Culture (a Community Service-Learning course)
  • ENG 230 Literature for Children
  • ENG 341 British Novel 1850 to 1900
  • ENG 334 Victorian Prose & Poetry