Kate Ozment is Associate Professor of English at Cal Poly Pomona where she teaches Anglo-American book cultures, women’s writing, and digital humanities. She is co-editor of the Women in Book History Bibliography and contributes to the Women’s Print History Project and BibSite. She completed her doctoral degree at Texas A&M University where she assisted with the Book History Workshop from 2014-2016. In 2022, she co-edited with Lisa Maruca a special issue of Criticism on “New Approaches to Critical Bibliography and the Material Text” and has published on feminist bibliography and women in the Early Modern English book trades. Her most recently work with Cambridge University Press’s Elements Series was The Hroswitha Club and the Impact of Women Book Collectors, which details the history of a group of women collectors on the East Coast of the United States.
Courses Taught: Critical Book History and Bibliography, 2024