Faculty | Margaret J.M. Ezell
Ph.D., Cambridge University, 1981
BA with Honors in English and History, Wellesley College, 1977
Professor Ezell's interests are late seventeenth and early eighteenth-century literary culture; early modern women writers; history of authorship, reading and handwritten culture; digital cultures and electronic media.
Honors and Awards
Sara and John Lindsey Chair of Liberal Arts
- Late Seventeenth-Century Women Writers and the Penny Post: Early Social Media Forms and Access to Celebrity
- Handwriting and the Book
- "My Rare Wit Killing Sin": Poems of a Restoration Courtier
- Early Modern Women and the Poem
- Cooking the Books, or, the three faces of Hannah Woolley
- "The Exemplary Wife: Anna Cromwell Williams's Book of Sectrets"
- "Seventeeth-Century Author Portraits, Or, The Company She Keeps"
- Modern Philosophy: Critical and Historical Studies in Literature. Medieval through Contemporary. pp 71-84
- Editing Early Modern Women's Manuscripts: Theory, Electronic Editions, and the Accidental Copy-Texts
- Elizabeth Isham's Books of Remembrance and Forgetting
- Never Boring, or Imagine My Surprise : Interregnum Woman and the Culture of Reading
- The Laughing Tortoise: Speculations on Manuscript Sources and Women's Book History
- Performance Texts: Arise Evans, Grace Carrie, and the Interplay of Oral and Handwritten Traditions during the Print Revolution
- Afterword: Critical Distance
- The Patriarch's Wife: Literary Evidence and the History of the Family