Nancy L Schultz
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Nancy Lusignan Schultz, Ph.D.
Ph.D. English and American Literature, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
B.A. cum laude, English and French, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester MA
Additional study at McGill University, and University of Paris, Sorbonne
Chairperson, Department of English, Salem (MA) State College AY07-present.
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, AY 2003-04
Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, AY 2002-03
Coordinator of Graduate Studies in English & American Studies,
Salem (MA) State College, 1999-2007
University Fellow, Boston College, 1979-1983
Panelist, National Endowment for the Humanities, August 2007.
Chair of Judges, 2005 Massachusetts Book Awards, non-fiction
for Massachusetts Center for the Book
Project Scholar, documentary film, Spirit of Providence, AIMS productions, 2007
Project Scholar, documentary film, The Green Square Mile: The Story of the Charlestown Irish, filmed November 2005
Treasurer and Founding Officer, The Stowe Society, 1996-present
Chair of the English Department (29 full-time faculty, 55+ adjuncts)
Mrs. Mattingly's Miracle: The Prince, the Widow, and the Cure that Shocked Washington City, Yale University Press, Spring 2011.
Salem: Place, Myth and Memory. Co-edited with Dane Morrison, (1st paperback edition), University Press of New England, Fall 2005; Salem: Place, Myth and Memory. Co-edited with Dane Morrison, (1st cloth edition), Northeastern UP, Spring 2004. Winner of National Prize, the 2005 Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History
Fire & Roses: The Burning of the Charlestown Convent, 1834 (1st paperback edition), Northeastern UP, 2002; Fire & Roses: The Burning of the Charlestown Convent, 1834. Free Press, 2000. Winner of the Lois Rudnick Book Prize from the New England American Studies Association for the best book by a member for 1999 and 2000 and Massachusetts Book Award Honors in Nonfiction.
Veil of Fear: Nineteenth Century Convent Captivity Narratives by Rebecca Reed and Maria Monk. Wrote general introduction for the Notabell Reprint Series, Purdue UP, September 1999.
Fear Itself: Enemies Real and Imagined in American Culture, edited collection and authored introduction, Purdue UP, 1999
RECENT GENERAL INTEREST ARTICLE:
Serendipity in the Archive, Chronicle Review, Chronicle of Higher Education, May 23, 2011
Stowe's "principle of toleration":Home, Nation, and the Place of Catholicisms in the Works of Harriet Beecher Stowepresented at the American Literature Association, Boston MA on May 28, 2011 and at the Stowe Bicentennial conference in Maine in June 2011.