Miriam Jones

Chair, Associate Professor

Humanities and Languages

Hazen Hall 103

Saint John

1 506 648 5527

Miriam Jones teaches eighteenth-century British literature, speculative fiction, gender studies, and textual studies, or the history of the book. She is a member of the English Graduate Academic Unit (GAU) at UNB.

She did her undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto then went on to complete her MA and PhD at York University in Toronto. She joined the Department of Humanities and Languages in 1999.

She has published or presented papers on early-modern popular print, folkloric ballads, infanticide literature, George Eliot, vampires, zombies, and the politics of higher education. Her current research involves gender and nation in early-modern calligraphy manuals. For fuller information about her publications, see her ORCID page.