Holterhoff is a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow at the Georgia
Institute of Technology. Her research areas include nineteenth-
and early-twentieth-century British literature, visual
culture, digital humanities, and the history of science. She has
published articles in English Literature in
Transition, 1880-1920, The
Journal of Victorian Culture, The Journal of
the History of Biology, and Victorian
Dr. Holterhoff's current visual culture and digital
humanities work considers the role of descriptive tags and
metadata for the analysis of illustrated texts. She directs and
edits the literary and art historical resource VisualHaggard.org
, a digital archive intended to centralize and improve access to
the illustrations of popular Victorian novelist H. Rider
"From Disclaimer to Critique: Race and the Digital Image Archivist." Digital Humanities Quarterly. (Forthcoming)
Darwinian Evolution in Conan Doyle and H. Rider Haggard: The
Scientific Imagination." English
Literature in Transition, 1880-1920. 60.3 (June
Evolutionism and the Satirical Ape." Journal of Victorian Culture. 21.2 (2016):
"The History and Reception of Charles Darwin's Hypothesis of
Pangenesis." The Journal of the History
of Biology. 47.4 (2014): 661-95.
"Beauty as a
Terministic Screen in Charles Darwin's The
Descent of Man." Victorian
Network. 2.1 (Summer 2010): 49-69.
and the Digital Archive: The Case for Visualizing H. Rider
Haggard." Journal of Victorian Culture
Online. Ed. Lisa Hager. Neo-Victorian Studies & Digital
Humanities Week 2013. 21 October 2013.
Illustration in the Allan Quatermain Adventure Fictions of H. Rider
Haggard." Imperial Middlebrow: Cross-colonial
Encounters and Expressions of Power in Middlebrow Literature and
Culture, 1890-1940. Editors Christoph Ehland and Dr Kate
Companion to Victorian Popular Fiction.
Ed. Kevin A. Morrison. North Carolina: McFarland, 2017.
Power in Bram Stoker's Jewel of Seven
Stars." Critical Essays on Victorian Gothic and
Sensation Fiction from Wollstonecraft to Stoker. Ed Dr.
Marilyn Brock. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2009. 132-43.
Special Issues Edited for Journal
Gender." Special Edition of Nineteenth‑Century Gender Studies.
Eds. Kate Holterhoff and Nicole Lobdell. 11.2 (Summer 2015).
The Autobiography of Christopher Kirkland by
Eliza Lynn Linton . Eds. Deborah Meem and Kate
Holterhoff. Brighton, UK: Victorian
Sowing the Wind by Eliza Lynn
Linton . Eds. Deborah Meem and Kate Holterhoff.
Brighton, UK: Victorian Secrets, 2014.
Before Einstein: The Fourth Dimension in Fin Fin de Siècle Literature and Culture by Elizabeth L. Throesch (New York: Anthem Press, 2017). Reviewed for English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 61 (2018). (Forthcoming)
The Ploy of
Instinct: Victorian Sciences of Nature and Sexuality in Liberal
Governance by Kathleen Frederickson (New York: Fordham University
Press, 2014). Reviewed for the Journal of British
Studies. 56.2 (2017): 424-25.
Education in Nineteenth-Century British Literature:
Exclusion as Innovation by Sheila Cordner (New York:
Routledge, 2016). Reviewed for Impact. 6.1
Georgia Institute of
|ENGL 1102 ||Victorians in Cyberspace ||2017 ||Course Website ||ENGL 1102 ||Visual Culture,
Digital Archives and H. Rider Haggard ||2017 ||Course Website |
||The Literature of New Media ||2016 ||Course Website || |
University of Massachusetts at
|ENL 684 ||Literary Studies
and Theory ||2016 ||Course Website |
|ENL 200 ||Studies in Literature: Victorian Romance
and Realism ||2016 || |
200 ||Studies in Literature: Fin de Siècle Adventure
Fiction ||2016 || || |
Saint Anselm College
105 ||Freshman English ||2014-15
|HU 101, 102, 201, 202
||Portraits of Human Greatness ||2012-14
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New Hampshire Institute
|AHT 399 ||Art and Identity
||2015 || |
||Survey of Art History ||2015 ||
Carnegie Mellon University
|ENG 213 ||Victorian Women Writers
||2012 || |
||Victorian Detectives ||2011 || |
|ENG 101 ||Interpretation and Argument
"Achieving a Public Art" ||2010-11
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|15 ENGL 102H ||Honors
English Composition ||2009 || |
|15 ENGL 101,102 ||English Composition
||2007-08 || |