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Elizabeth Hubble

Elizabeth Hubble directs the University of Montana-Missoula’s Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, which offers a major, minor, and graduate certificate.  She received undergraduate degrees in French and history from the University of Montana in 1995 and her M.A. (1998) and Ph.D. (2002) in Medieval French Literature from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor where her dissertation analyzed representations of masculinity and male friendship in medieval French romance.  Her most recent articles focus on integrating violence prevention in the humanities classroom.  She regularly teaches classes and gives lectures on the impact of media representations of gender, race, and sexuality and the history and theory of gender and sexuality.  Her latest articles are “Bringing the Bystander into the Humanities Classroom: Reading Ancient, Patristic, and Medieval Texts on the Continuum of Violence” appearing in Teaching Rape in the Medieval Literature Classroom: Approaches to Difficult Texts and “Medieval Trolls, Mansplainers, and Bullies: Reading