Magdalena Nerio, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer

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Office: MB 2.486


British Literature of the "Long" Eighteenth-Century, 1660-1830; Women's Writing; Letters and Letter Writing; The New England Transcendentalists with a focus on Margaret Fuller



Maggie Nerio teaches and writes about British and Early American literature, c. 1660-1850. She teaches a variety of courses for undergraduate majors at UTSA, including courses on the novel, literary criticism and analysis, metafiction, women’s writing, the New England Transcendentalists, Gilded Age literature, and nineteenth century social reform movements. Currently she is researching travel, gender and activism in Victorian women’s prose; and Victorian feminist criticism of Shakespeare. Mentoring of undergraduate students is also an important and deeply rewarding aspect of her role as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English.


Recent Courses

  • Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
  • Topics in the British Novel: Love and the Eighteenth-Century Novel
  • Women and Literature: Jane Austen and Her Predecessors

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