Nicole Peeler Ph.D.

 
 
Assistant Professor of English
Seton Hill Faculty
 
 

Bio

Nicole Peeler writes urban fantasy novels for Orbit Books, and teaches undergraduate and graduate writing classes at Seton Hill University. Her academic interests include Modern and Postmodern fiction; issues of gender, sexuality, and power; and the pre-ideological development of values. Her teaching interests include Modern fiction, fiction writing, composition, and building author platforms.

About

Joined Seton Hill: 2010
Hometown: Aurora, IL
Personal Areas of Interest: Traveling, reading, writing, and cooking.
Academic Areas of Interest: Modern fiction, the fiction of Philip Roth and Martin Amis, masculinity studies, gender and sexuality, the pre-ideological formation of values, basic composition, fiction writing, Urban Fantasy, genre fiction, and popular fiction.

Education

Publications

Organizations

Presentations

  • “Experiencing the Unexperienced: Theories of Trauma in Derrida and Blanchot.” Reeling in the Years: 30 Years of Film, TV and Popular Culture. Southwest Texas PCA/ACA. Albuquerque, NM. 27 February 2009.