Misty Krueger teaches long 18th-century literature, early British literature, Shakespeare, Romantic literature, literary interpretation and analysis, and first-year writing at UMF. She specializes in 18th-century women writers and Jane Austen. She is currently editing a scholarly collection of essays on transatlantic 18th-century women travelers. She is in the early stages of a book-length project on Jane Austen’s juvenilia and adolescence. She has published articles and essays on Austen’s Northanger Abbey, History of England, Mansfield Park, Sense and Sensibility, and an adaptation of Sense and Sensibility. Additional publications address Shakespearean adaptation, Restoration and 18th-century drama, Romantic literature, and literary pedagogy. In her spare time, she enjoys blogging and playing tabletop games.
- 2010 PhD University of Tennessee
- 2003 MA Texas A & M University
- 2001 BA University of Texas at San Antonio