Emily M. Hinnov

Professor/Program Coordinator

Contact Information

P: (603) 427-7721

E: ehinnov@ccsnh.edu

Office: Room 423


B.A., Allegheny College;
M.A., Simmons College;
Ph.D., University of New Hampshire

English Concentration Coordinator

Emily M. Hinnov holds her Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of New Hampshire and has been an Associate Professor of English at Great Bay Community College since 2014. Formerly the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Curriculum at Granite State College and a faculty member at several institutions, her teaching repertoire includes interdisciplinary humanities, literary modernism, gender studies, women's literature, college composition, and British literature from Beowulf to Virginia Woolf.

Hinnov is also a scholar in the field of literary modernism. She has published various pieces on modernist women writers, modern literature and photography, the Harlem Renaissance, and gender in late Victorian literature—as well as being a Generation X academic and moving from full time college teaching to academic administration. Her monograph, Encountering Choran Community: Literary Modernism, Visual Culture, and Political Aesthetics in the Interwar Years, was published by Susquehanna University Press in 2009. Her more recent work includes a volume of essays that she co-edited called Communal Modernisms: Teaching Twentieth-Century Literature and Culture in the Twenty-first-Century Classroom (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) and an article in the Virginia Woolf Miscellany (Winter 2015). 

In the area of professional service, she is a Reader and Reviewer for Woolf Studies Annual, Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, and The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945. She has been a longtime Member-at-Large for the International Virginia Woolf Society. In 2015, Hinnov was elected Councilor for the SEA/SEIU Local 1984 chapter at GBCC. She is involved in Faculty Senate, serves as a Faculty Representative for the CAPS Advisory Board, and is a Faculty Partner for the Running Start Program.