BA, University of Maryland
MA, University of South Florida
PhD, University of South Florida
Dr. Cameron Hunt McNabb joined Southeastern in 2012 after several years of teaching English at the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa. Her academic interests include medieval and early modern drama, medieval philosophy and creative writing. She has taught courses such as the History of the English Language, Early Shakespeare and a variety of Composition and Literature courses. She believes that studying and producing literature enables us to emulate the Spirit by “searching all things, even the deep things of God.”
Dr. McNabb has published widely on medieval and early modern literature, including several peer-review articles. She is currently the editor for “The Medieval Disability Sourcebook.” She is an active member of the Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society, as well as the Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages. She has delivered more than a dozen presentations, most in conjunction with the International Congress on Medieval Studies and the Shakespeare Association of America. She has also won numerous awards, including USF’s Alice Hearne Scholarship for Outstanding Doctoral Candidates.