*NEW INSTRUCTOR* Mrs. Nicholson teaches literature.
Eleanor Bourg Nicholson edited the
Ignatius Critical Edition of Dracula
and yearns to correct Count Dracula’s strategic errors. In addition to scholarly pursuits, she occasionally strays into fiction, including her epistolary novella,
The Letters of Magdalen Montague
(Kaufmann Publishing, 2011), and her Victorian vampire novel,
A Bloody Habit
(Ignatius Press, publication pending).
Mrs. Nicholson is the assistant executive editor for
and assistant editor for the
Saint Austin Review (StAR).
She is editor of several Ignatius Critical Editions volumes, and has collaborated with other editors to provide footnotes for numerous others.Her work has appeared in the
National Catholic Register
, as well as with
The Catholic Thing
By day, Mrs. Nicholson is the Director of Religious Education at a Dominican-run parish, and, with her husband, Sam, homeschools their three children.
Mrs. Nicholson teaches the following courses:
Dracula by Bram Stoker (1897) (Victorian Classics)
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë (1847) (Victorian Classics)