Linda Saladin-Adams



LINDA SALADIN-ADAMS, Associate Professor, she received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine (1985) in Comparative Literature. Her areas of specialization include gender studies, nineteenth-century British literature, and comparative studies in science and narrative. Her present research includes an ongoing study of physician/patient communication through local medical facilities and cultural responses to the Iraqi Wars.


  • Fetishism and Fatal Women: Gender, Power, and Reflexive Discourse in the series Writing About Women: Feminist Literary Studies, NY, Peter Lange, 1993.
  • "Women in Surgery," The Oxford Companion to Women's Writing in the U.S. 1994.
  • "Defacing Images: Women in Poster Art." Perspectives on Perception, 1989.
  • Medical articles in Florida HealthTrac, On Workers' Compensation, and The Reporter on ergonomics, the patient bill of rights, genetic testing, medical privacy, and end of life issues.


  • The Florida State University Council on Research and Creativity Planning Grant, 2000.
  • Department Research Grant, 2000.
  • COFR's Grant, 1994, 1986.
  • NEH Summer Seminar Grant, 1985.