Language and Literature


Pamela K. Wright, Assistant Professor of English


Ph.D., Washington State University (2006)
M.A., Valdosta State University (2000)
B.A., University of Maine—Augusta (1998)

Teaching Interests

Modern and contemporary British Literature
W.W. I Poetry
D.H. Lawrence
Disability studies
Feminist studies 

Selected Publications

“One Woman’s Song IS Another’s: Sisterhood as a Mode of Defying the Patriarchal Order in Jean Rhys’s ‘Let Them Call It Jazz.’” South Atlantic Review, forthcoming spring 2021, 22 pages.  

“Albert Ballin’s The Deaf Mute Howls.” Disability Experiences: Memoirs, Autobiographies, and Other Personal Narratives, Gage, 2019, pp.160-163.  

“Stealing Her Song, Not Her Life: The Caribbean Migrant Experience in Jean Rhys’ ‘Let Them Call It Jazz.’” Essays: Exploring the Global Caribbean, Cambridge Scholars P., 2013, pp. 30-46.  

“Living Outside-In: The Role of Beauty and Disfigurement in The Ladybird.” D.H. Lawrence Studies, vol. 15, no.2, 2007, pp. 159-176.

Contact Information

Language and Literature
Fore Hall
MSC 162 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
voice: 361-593-2392

Pamela K. Wright, Assistant Professor of English