|Tues||10:30-11:45 am and by appt|
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Marlowe Daly-Galeano (she/her) teaches American literature, writing, and interdisciplinary classes. She is the director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and the faculty advisor for the Ambassador Honor Society. She was a 2021-2023 M. C. Lang Fellow at the Rare Book School at the University of Virginia. Her research interests include 19th-century American literature, women authors, book and print history, inclusive pedagogy, and the Alcott family.
Marlowe's scholarly work has been published in ESQ, The Concord Saunterer, Women's Studies, Syllabus, Arizona Quarterly, and Reconstruction, as well as in edited collections. She has published creative work (as Marlowe Daly) in Alcott's Imaginary Heroes, The Blue Hour, Bone Parade, and Northern Cardinal Review. She also enjoys contributing to blogs and podcasts related to her research and teaching interests.