Hilary Anne Hallett

Hilary Hallett teaches broadly about the cultural politics of the United States from the antebellum period through 1968. Her research focuses on women’s history, comparative feminisms, and the relationship between popular culture and changes in gender and sexuality in a transatlantic perspective.   She is currently completing, The Siren Within: Elinor Glyn and the Invention of Glamour, which explores the transatlantic networks that supported the success of the British ‘sex novelist’ and early Hollywood personality, Elinor Glyn (under contract with Liveright-Norton).