Mary Dockray-Miller combines lectures, all-class discussions, and small group work in her classes to foster an academic environment that relies on student inquiry and engagement in the pursuit of academic excellence.
Mary Dockray Miller
Professional Title: Professor of English
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Medieval English literature and language
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: English literature and language
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: English Literature I, English Literature II, History of the English Language, Medieval History and Literature, Plays of Shakespeare, Medieval and Renaissance London
Education: BA, Vassar College; MAT, Boston University; MA, PhD, Loyola University, Chicago
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions:
Saints Edith and Æthelthryth: Princesses, Miracle Workers, and their Late Medieval Audience. Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts vol.25. (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009);
"Old English Literacy, the Digital Revolution, and New Media Aliteracy" The Heroic Age 14.1 (2010);
"The St. Edith Cycle in the Salisbury Breviary" Fifteenth-Century Studies 34 (2009): 48-63;
Mary Dockray-Miller combines lectures, all-class discussions, and small group work in her classes to foster an academic environment that relies on student inquiry and engagement in the pursuit of academic excellence. She teaches surveys of English literary history, courses in medieval studies and Shakespeare studies, and the History of the English Language as well as the travel-study course "Medieval and Renaissance London." Dr. Dockray-Miller 's research spans both the Old and Middle English periods; her latest book, Saints Edith And Aethelthryth: Princesses, Miracle Workers, And Their Late Medieval Audience, was published by Brepols Academic Press in 2009.
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