Lisa MacFarlane

Phone: (603) 862-3985
Office: English, Hamilton Smith Hall Rm 349N, Durham, NH 03824
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  • Ph.D., 19th Century Amer Fic, University of Michigan
  • M.A., American Culture, University of Michigan
  • A.B., English, Princeton University

Research Interests

  • American literature
  • American studies
  • Interdisciplinary studies
  • Photography

Courses Taught

  • AMST 444C: Honors/Picturing America
  • AMST 444D: Hon/Long-Ago Behind Evrdy Life
  • COLA 653: Intro to British Culture
  • COLA 655: London Program
  • COLA 670: The London Project
  • ENGL 401: First-Year Writing
  • ENGL 419: How to Read Anything
  • ENGL 650: Studies American Lit & Cult

Selected Publications

MacFarlane, L. (2005). Framing the west: Race, gender, and the photographic frontier in the Pacific Northwest.. WESTERN AMERICAN LITERATURE, 40(1), 104-107. Retrieved from

MacFarlane, L. (2005). Hope in hard times: New deal photographs of Montana, 1936-1942.. WESTERN AMERICAN LITERATURE, 40(1), 104-107. Retrieved from

MacFarlane, L. (2004). Cowgirls and Sage Hens: Henry Adams's Western Fantasy. In True West: Authenticity and the American West (pp. 38-55). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

Bernardin, S. (2003). Trading Gazes Euro-American Women Photographers and Native North Americans, 1880-1940.

MacFarlane, L. (Ed.) (1998). This World Is Not Conclusion: Faith in Nineteenth-Century New England Fiction. Hanover, NH: University of New Hampshire Press.