Oline Eaton, PhD (she/her)
- College of Arts & Sciences
Oline (oh!-'lighn) Eaton holds degrees from Mississippi State University, the University of Chicago, and King's College London. She teaches first year writing as non-tenure track full-time lecturer at Howard University. Her research examines celebrity life-narratives as trans-medially constructed, trans-historically contested, ideologically saturated affective spaces. Her biography of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, entitled Finding Jackie: A Life Reinvented, will be released in January 2023. Current research includes representations of work and precarity in Lindsay Lohan’s Beach House (2019) and a long-form essay on the subject of trauma, language, Kim Kardashian, and lost time.
Read more of her work at https://olineeaton.com.