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Dr. Casey-Williams joined the Nichols faculty in the spring of 2014. Before joining the faculty, she served as a Teaching Assistant and an English Department Academic Advisor while pursuing her doctoral degree.
Assistant Professor of English / Humanities Program Chair
Professor Casey-Williams teaches the following classes:
Dr. Casey-Williams’ doctoral dissertation examines literature and history from 1588 to 1688, specifically four women's writing from that time, and how it thinks through and proposes alternatives to traditional narratives of sovereignty. Her primary areas of interest include women's writing of the early modern period, gender and minority studies, and political theory and philosophy.
In her spare time, Professor Casey-Williams enjoys reading, running, cooking, baking, gardening, and swimming.