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Mary Nestor

Mary Nestor

Senior Lecturer

Department of English
Office: 708 Strode

Doctor of Philosophy in English, University of Aberdeen (2016); Master of Arts in English, University of Wyoming (2011); Bachelor of Arts in Theater, University of South Carolina (2007)


ENGL 1030: Advanced Composition and Rhetoric; ENGL 2150: 20th and 21st Century Literature; 2130: British Literature; ENGL 2140: American Literature

Research Interests
British Romanticism, Adaptation Studies, Cultural Memory Theory

Mary Nestor's research interests include Sir Walter Scott, Romanticism and the long 19th century, British literature, adaptation studies, cultural memory theory, and the intersections of popular remediations and monster culture. Dr. Nestor's publications include "Revisiting The Lady of the Lake: Walter Scott and the Representation of Scotland" in the Spring/Summer issue of Scottish Literary Review in 2020 and the chapter "Captain Dead Wick: Grief and the Monstrous in the John Wick and Deadpool Films" in The Worlds of John Wick: The Year's Work at the Continental Hotel (Indiana UP, 2022).

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