Mary Dockray-Miller (Dr. D) combines lectures, all-class discussions, and small group work in her classes to foster an academic environment that relies on student inquiry and engagement in the pursuit of academic excellence.
She teaches classes in the English major core, Medieval Studies, and the History of the English Language. Her research spans both the Old and Middle English periods.
Her most recent book is Public Medievalists, Racism, and Suffrage in the American Women's College
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Her current research explores the intersections of feminist and critical race theory around the Old English poem, Exodus.
And what fictional character does Dr. D think most exemplifies her? Professor Minerva McGonagall, of course!
She holds a BA from Vassar College, an MAT from Boston University, and a PhD from Loyola University.