Dr. Sarah E. Maier
Sarah E. Maier is an Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature in the Department of Humanities and Languages at the University of New Brunswick Saint John.
She received her BA, MA (English), and PhD (Comparative Literature and Film Studies) from the University of Alberta, and she is a graduate of The School of Criticism and Theory (Dartmouth/Cornell).
Dr. Maier joined the Faculty of Arts' Department of Humanities and Languages English discipline in 1998. She teaches English and Comparative Literature.
She has published scholarly editions of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Bram Stoker's The Lady of the Shroud, as well as articles on the work of J.M. Barrie, C. Bronte, E. D'Arcy, J.K. Rowling, M. Wollstonecraft and others.
Research interests include decadence and the 1880s/1890s, the New Woman, Marie Corelli, adaptations of Victorian texts to film, children's literature, Thomas Hardy, Jack-the-Ripper, Vampires, gothic fiction, Neo/Victorianism, fictional representations of serial killers and forensic science in film/TV.
Dr. Maier is the recipient of the Dr. Allan P. Stuart Award for Excellence in Teaching (2003) and was appointed University Teaching Scholar (2006).