Associate Professor of English
Nicolle Jordan teaches and writes about British literature and culture of the long eighteenth-century. Intersecting with feminism and ecocriticism, her work focuses on the relationship between landscape and women’s property ownership. Her book, Prolific Ground: Landscape and Eighteenth-Century British Women's Writing, is now under consideration at a university press. Recent articles on related topics include “Anne Finch and the Fallen Country House” (in The Intellectual Culture of the British Country House [Manchester University Press, 2015]) and “‘I Writ These Lines on the Body of the Tree’: Jane Barker’s Arboreal Poetics” (in Invaluable Trees: Cultures of Nature, 1660-1830 [Voltaire Foundation, 2012]).
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