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Kimberly Galloway HolmesKimberly Galloway Holmes, M.A.

Instructor of English
Department of English, Theater, and Interdisciplinary Studies

Library 253
Bluffton campus

Primary instruction area: English Composition and Literature
Areas of interest/research: Medieval Literature
Previous experience with Trident Technical College, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and
Johns Hopkins University—Teach Baltimore Program


"Heathcliff and Catherine and a Twentieth Century Medium: Examining Film Representations of
Wuthering Heights in Hila Shachar's Cultural Afterlives and Screen Adaptations of Classic
Literature." Literature/Film Quarterly 42.4 (October 2014).

"The Middle Age Mindset in Modern Social Consciousness: Establishing the Genre and Relevance of Medieval Film in Bettina Bildhauer's Filming the Middle Ages." Literature/Film Quarterly 40.3 (July 2012).

Master's Thesis, "Women and Authority in Old English Prose." The College of Charleston and The
Citadel. June 2007.