Dr. England teaches a variety of composition and literature courses while also serving as the Assistant Composition Coordinator for FMU’s English Department.
She is a specialist in Victorian literature with research interests that include British marriage plots, the history of the novel, cultural studies, and gender. In 2013, she completed her dissertation, The Attraction of Imperfection: Depreciating Social Capital in Victorian Marriage Plots. Using her dissertation research, she recently published the article “Slipping into Marriage: How Heroines Create Desire by Risking Their Reputations” in Victorian Review.
Additionally, she co-edited a scholarly edition of Helen Maria Williams’s Peru and Peruvian Tales, which Broadview Press published in 2014.
Dr. England loves teaching undergraduates and training Undergraduate Teaching Assistants to work in our Writing Studio. If you are interested in finding out more about becoming an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, please contact Dr. England for details.
PhD, University of South Carolina
MA, University of South Carolina
BA, Wofford College