Holly Faith Nelson

Holly Faith Nelson (Ph.D., Simon Fraser University) is Professor of English and Co-Director of the Gender Studies Institute at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia. She produced eleven books, most recently a co-authored monograph with Dr. Sharon Alker, Besieged: Early Modern British Siege Literature, 1642-1722 (McGill-Queen's UP 2021) and a co-edited scholarly collection with Dr. Jonathan Nauman, Borderlands: The Art and Scholarship of Louise Imogen Guiney (Vaughan Association 2021). Her articles have appeared in such journals as Studies in English Literature, Studies in Philology, Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Studies in Eighteenth-Century CultureEnglish Language Notes, the George Herbert Journal, Connotations, Scintilla, Studies in Hogg and his World, Studies in Scottish Literature, and Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries as well as in a wide range of academic essay collections on literature or gender.

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