Nora Gilbert jointly specializes in nineteenth-century British literature and twentieth-century American film, and is an affiliated faculty member of the Women's and Gender Studies program. Her first book, Better Left Unsaid: Victorian Novels, Hays Code Films, and the Benefits of Censorship (Stanford University Press, 2013), is a comparative exploration of the paradoxical ways in which the novels written during the Victorian era and the films produced under the Production Code were stirred and stimulated by the very forces meant to restrain them. Her second book, Gone Girls: Flights of Feminist Resistance in the British Novel, 1684-1901, will be published in 2023 by Oxford University Press as part of its new "Approaches to the Novel" series, and she is currently at work on a third book that is tentatively titled Unwomaned: Hollywood Stardom and the Threat of Female Independence. She has published articles in such journals as PMLA, Film & History, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Victorian Review, Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, Eighteenth-Century Life, JNT: The Journal of Narrative Theory, and L'Atalante: Revista de Estudios Cinematográficos. Dr. Gilbert enjoys teaching classes that cover a broad range of topics related to British literature and culture, Hollywood film, and gender and sexuality studies, and is honored to be the recipient of a number of teaching awards, including the English department's Kesterson Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences' Advisory Board Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, and UNT's university-wide President's Council Teaching Award. She has served as editor-in-chief of the journal Studies in the Novel since 2017, and edited a special issue commemorating the journal's 50th anniversary in 2019.