Hall, Glinda F. Books

Glinda Hall is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the English Department at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith. She completed her Ph.D. in Heritage Studies at Arkansas State University.

Creators of Women’s Popular Romance Fiction: The Authors Who Gave Women a Genre of Their Own
2010 0-7734-3841-6
This study examines women’s popular romance fiction’s role in constructing gender and revealing power structures, while creating a community heritage for romance writers and readers. The textual analysis incorporates cultural studies and women’s studies by focusing on gender constructs of power through the medium of popular romance fiction and its many subgenres.