Victoria N. Morgan






Victoria N. Morgan has lectured widely on English and American Literature. Her research thus far has focused on nineteenth-century literature and religion. She holds a PhD from the University of Liverpool, UK, where she taught before lecturing at Liverpool Hope University and the University of East Anglia. Her monograph, Emily Dickinson and Hymn Culture: Tradition and Experience (Ashgate, 2010; Repr. Routledge 2016) was well received and praised for opening up the field for inquiry into the area of women's hymnody of the period. Other publications include an edited collection on religion and literature called Shaping Belief: Culture, Politics and Religion in Nineteenth-Century Writing (LUP, 2008). She has written articles and reviews for various peer-reviewed journals, and most recently contributed to a special forum on Dickinson and religion alongside eminent scholars for the journal Religion and Literature (Notre Dame).