Rebecca Nesvet

Rebecca Nesvet, Associate Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, has published research on Romantic and Victorian literature in journals including Victorian Network, Victorian Popular Fictions Journal, Nineteenth Century Studies, Victorian Institute Journal. Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing, Essays in Romanticism, Notes and Queries, North Wind: A Journal of George Macdonald Studies, The Keats-Shelley Journal, and Women's Writing. She has also contrubuted to edited volumes including Jean-Jacques Rousseau and British Romanticism (Bloomsbury), "A Tribe of Authoresses": Women's Literary Networks and Romanticism (Liverpool UP), Teaching Victorian Literature in the 21st Century (Macmillan) and a Critical Insights companion to Oscar Wilde (Salem Press). You can read Nesvet's peer-reviewed critical edition of the play Science and Art, by Malcolm Rymer (father of James Malcolm Rymer), here. In 2012, Nesvet won the Lore Metzger Prize at the International Conference on Romanticism.


University of Wisconsin, Green Bay