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Miranda Nesler

Assistant Professor

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RB 242  Phone: 765-285-8376  

Department of English
Robert Bell Building (RB), Room 297
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

I specialize in early modern and medieval literature and culture. At Ball State, I teach a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses on British literature and Shakespeare. My current book project, Disruptive Compliance: Silent Women in Stuart Drama, is in the final stages of revision. As I’ve worked on the project, a number of chapters have appeared in journals such as The Journal of Narrative Theory and Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. In addition, I am a regular participant in professional conferences including the Shakespeare Association of America and the Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies.

Areas of Specialization:

Early British drama and performance, material culture, conduct and education, gender theory, bibliography, and digital humanities

Courses:

Graduate: Medieval Literature, Shakespeare

Undergraduate: Early British Literature, Shakespeare, Introduction to Literature

Miranda Nesler's curriculum vitae

Course Schedule
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    Reading & Writing Ab
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    230
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    3
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    1400-1515
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    T R
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    RB 114
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    British Lit 1: Beg t
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    260
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    1
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    0930-1045
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    RB 113
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    Ren & 17th Cen Brit
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    363
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    1
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    1530-1645
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    RB 284
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    Research Paper
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    697
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    305
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