BA (Acadia), MA (WLU), PhD (UNB)
Dr. Vicky Simpson teaches part-time in the Department of English, and her research interests are nineteenth-century British literature, particularly women’s writing, narrative theory, Gothic literature, and sensation fiction. She has published articles on the narrative voice of Elizabeth Gaskell’s ghost stories, on non-normative families in Wilkie Collins’ No Name, on women and property in Ellen Wood’s East Lynne, and on storytelling and autobiography in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre. This work has appeared in Victorians Institute Journal, Victorian Review, Women’s Writing, and Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies. Dr. Simpson was recently awarded an Arts Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award at UNB.
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