Lecturer
nreeves@uga.edu
Office:
Park Hall 209

Nancee Reeves (PhD, Purdue University) specializes in Victorian literature and poetry. Her research interests include euthanasia, dystopian literature, and empathy. Her articles have appeared in journals such as Documentary Editing and The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies. Her article "Euthanasia and (d)Evolution in Speculative Fiction" will appear in an upcoming issue of Victorian Literature and Culture. Dr. Reeves is currently working on an edition of H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man for Broadview Press. She is now a lecturer in the English department at the University of Georgia where she teaches British literature and composition.

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