P H O T O G R A P H Y
Megan Peiser is a citizen of Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. She is Assistant Professor of Eighteenth-Century Literature at Oakland University. Her research and teaching interests include women writers, history of the novel, history of the book, periodicals, Indigenous literature and culture, material culture, and digital humanities.
Megan Peiser is working on her monograph, British Women Novelists and the Review Periodical, 1790-1820, and is designing the back structure for her Novels Reviewed Database,1790-1820, or NRD. She is also collaborating with colleague and librarian, Emily Spunaugle, on the Marguerite Hicks Project.
Her research is supported by an Institute for Citizens and Scholars Fellowship, a Chawton House Library Visiting Scholar Fellowship, a Princeton University Library Research Fellowship, and the Bibliographical Society of America. She was a Bibliographical Society of America New Scholar for 2017.
She lives in Michigan with her dachshunds, Jasper and Burney.