Jennifer Duggan

Jennifer Duggan

Associate professor

Faculty of Humanities, Sports and Educational Science
Department of Languages and Literature Studies
Campus Drammen (5612)
Jennifer teaches English at both undergraduate and graduate levels with focus on English language learning, literature and culture, children's and youth literatures and media, reader response and reception theory, fandom and popular culture, and critical, literary, and cultural theory. Her research interests overlap with the areas in which she teaches. She is one of the editors for Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures.

Publications

JOURNAL ARTICLES

2021

Duggan, J. (2021). Transformative Readings: Harry Potter fan fiction, trans/queer reader response, and J. K. RowlingChildren's Literature in Education.

2020

Duggan, J. (2020). Revitalizing seriality: Social media, spreadability, and SKAM's success beyond ScandinaviaJournal of Popular Culture, 53​(5), 1004–1022.

Duggan, J. (2020). Who writes Harry Potter fan fiction? Passionate detachment, "zooming out," and fan fiction paratexts on AO3Transformative Works and Cultures, 33.

Ofte, I., & Duggan, J. (2020). Peer respose in language teacher training: Students pedagogic approaches and positioningNordic Journal of Modern Language Methodology, 8(1), 30–54.

2019

Duggan, J., & Dahl, A. (2019). Fan translations of SKAM: Challenging Anglo linguistic and popular cultural hegemony in a transnational fandomScandinavian Studies in Language, 10(2), 6–29.

2018

Krulatz, A., & Duggan, J. (2018). Multilinguality portraits of two intermediate learners of NorwegianReading in a Foreign Language, 30(1), 29–47.

2017

Duggan, J. (2017). Hot for teacher: Intergenerational desire, Harry Potter, and the case of SnarryInternational Research in Children's Literature, 10(2), 146–161.

Duggan, J. (2017). Revising hegemonic masculinity: Homosexuality, masculinity, and youth-authored Harry Potter fanfictionBookbird55(2), 38–45.

Duggan, J., & Krulatz, A. (2017). Extensive reading: Resources and strategies for intermediate and advanced learners of Norwegian. Nordic Journal of Modern Language Methodology, 5(1), 29–48.

2016

Ofte, I., & Duggan, J. (2016). Hverandrevurdering som læringsverktøy i lærerstudenters tilegnelse av akademiske skriveferdigheter i engelskNorges pedagogisk tidsskrift, 3, 207–221.

BOOK CHAPTERS

2020

Duggan, J. (2020). Critical literacy and genre pedagogy: Supporting inclusion, subverting bias. In G. Neokleous, A. Krulatz, & R. Farrelly (Eds.), Handbook on cultivating literacy in diverse multilingual classrooms (pp. 288–308). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

2019

Duggan, J. (2019). "Watch this space": Queer promises and lacunae in Rowling's Harry Potter texts, or, Harry Potter and the curse of queerbaiting. In J. Brennan (Ed.), Queerbaiting and fandom: Teasing fans through homoerotic possibilities (pp. 95–106). Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press.

2016

Duggan, J. (2016). Traumatic origins: Orphanhood and the (super)hero. In M. A. Abate and J. Sutliff Sanders (Eds.), Good grief! Children and comics (pp. 47–68). Columbus, OH: Billy Ireland Cartoon Museum and Library.

REVIEWS​

2020

Duggan, J. (2020). Review of the book Nineteenth-century fictions of childhood and the politics of play, by M. B. HeathInternational Research in Children's Literature, 13(2), 342–344.

Duggan, J. (2020). Review of the book Staging fairyland: Folklore, children's entertainment, and nineteenth-century pantomime, by J. Schacker. International Research in Children's Literature, 13(1), 94–96.

2019

Duggan, J. (2019). Review of the book From colonial to modern: Transnational girlhood in Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand children's literature, 1840–1940, by M. J. Smith, K. Moruzi, & C. Bradford. International Research in Children's Literature, 12(2), 229–231.

2016

Duggan, J. (2016). Review of the book Children’s literature and the avant-garde, ed. E. Druker & B. Kümmerling-Meibauer. Linguilist, 27(1825), n.p.

REPORTS

2019

Duggan, J. (2019). Fanfiction and minority youth: Remixing race, sexuality, and gender. In A. Sparrman (Ed.), Children's and young people's cultural and media habits. Kulturanalys Norden, Nordic Council of Ministers.

TEXTBOOKS

2019

Duggan, J., Ofte, I., & Humphrey, K. (2019). Kompetanse for kvalitet: The teacher as English student. Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademisk.

2017

Ofte, I., Pande-Rolfsen, M., & Duggan, J. (2017). Kompetanse for kvalitet: Læreren som student. Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademisk.

DIVERSE DISSEMINATION ​

2018

Duggan, J., & Krulatz, A. (2018). Old tales, new tricks: Comics, fairy tales, and the EFL classroom. TEIS Newsletter. 

CONFERENCE PAPERS

2020

Duggan, J. (2020). Examining minority readers' responses to the Harry Potter texts in online fan communities: Methodological and ethical challenges. Children's Literature and the Digital Humanities, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. [Digital]

2019

Dahl, A., & Duggan, J. (2019). A challenge to Anglo pop-cultural hegemony in the era of multicompetence: SKAM fans, translation, identity, and power. Digital Diasporas: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, University of London, London, England.

Krulatz, A., & Duggan, J. (2019). Linguistic identities of multilingual transnational families through a DLC lens. International Bilingualism Conference, University of Malta, Valletta, Malta.

2017

Duggan, J. (2017). Fan communities as communities of self-education and dissent. American Studies Association Annual Conference, Hyatt Regency, Chicago, USA.

Duggan, J., & Ofte, I. (2017). Responder-respondee positioning: Student stances towards each other and each other’s work in the HE EFL classroom [focus: quantitative]. EATAW, Royal Holloway University, London, England.

Ofte, I., & Duggan, J. (2017). Responder-respondee positioning: Student stances towards each other and each other’s work in the HE EFL classroom [focus: qualitative]. NFEAP, HiOA, Oslo, Norway.

2016

Duggan, J. (2016). Using digital archives and digital periodical collections as corpora. Victorian Periodicals through Glass, Birkbeck, University of London, England.

Duggan, J. (2016). The Victorians and the mechanical brain. The Humanities, Neuroscience, and the Brain, University of California Santa Barbara, USA.

Krulatz, A., & Duggan, J. (2016). Extensive reading in Norwegian: A diary study of multilingual language learners. 14. Nordiske Lærerutdanningskonferansen, NTNU, Norway. [presented by Anna Krulatz]

Krulatz, A., & Duggan, J. (2016). Extensive reading and SLA: Empowering intermediate and advanced learners of Norwegian. Northeast Modern Languages Association, University of Connecticut, USA. [presented by Anna Krulatz]

Ofte, I., & Duggan, J. (2016). Peer response in L2 writing development in Norwegian teacher training. Writing Across the Curriculum, University of Michigan, USA. [presented by Ingunn Ofte]

2015

Duggan, J. (2015). Popular proofs: Artifice, authenticity, and academic argument in mathematical fictions. Victorian Authenticity and Artifice, Victorian Popular Fiction Association, Senate House, London, England.

Duggan, J. (2015). Mechanic language and understandings of the brain in Victorian Britain. Postgraduate Medical Humanities Conference, University of Exeter, England.

Duggan, J. (2015). Screw loose: The evolution of a maddening idiom. Abnormality and the Abnormal in the Nineteenth Century, Durham University’s Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies, England. Winner: Best Academic Paper Award

Duggan, J, & Ofte, I. (2015). Peer review and writing workshops in a Norwegian teacher-training program. Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes, HiOA, Norway.