Miranda Peery

Miranda Peery

MA in English & WGS, Brandeis University, 2018
B.A. in English, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, 2016


Research Interests

Late Medieval and Early Modern British Literature, particularly religion and magic in MedRen europe. Gender/Sexuality Studies, Critical Race Studies, Genre and Horror Studies, Public Humanities, Digital Humanities.

Primary Advisor

Professor Ramie Targoff


Evan Frankel Endowed Fellowship (2022)
Barbara and Morton Mandel Endowed Graduate Fellowship in the Humanities (2020)
Profession Development Fellow (2020) 
Izak Kazes Prize in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (2017-18)
Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award (2021-22)
University Prize Instructorship for History and English--Violent Resistance: American Political Violence and Its Rhetorics (2022-23)

Classes Taught and Assisted

Eng 21b, The Sex of Horror/The Horror of Sex

Eng/Hst 20a, American Political Violence and its Rhetorics

(TF) Shakespeare

(TF) Witchcraft and Magic in the Renaissance

(TF) Sex and Culture

Brandeis Atlanta Posse 12 Mentor

Favorite Work

Paternal Tyranny, Arcangela Tarabotti