Kacie Hittel (M.Phil. Trinity College Dublin) teaches first year and third year writing at Belmont University. Her research focuses on 20th Century British and Irish Literature, particularly Contemporary Irish Women’s Poetry and Composition and Rhetoric. Her thesis examined theories of space and place in the work of Eavan Boland. Hittel has presented papers on poetry and rhetoric at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, and SAMLA (the Southern Association of the Modern Language Association). Continued research interests include gender, place, and identity in literature. Through her composition classes, Hittel enjoys engaging students in a range of themes, such as social responsibility and creative non-fiction.
Email Kacie Hittel
Office: WHB 211