Dr. Juliette Paul, Assistant Professor, joined the Department of Literature and Languages in the fall of 2016. She is a scholar and teacher of Restoration and eighteenth-century British literature and culture. Her areas of specialty include Early American literature, print and religious culture, transatlantic studies, and the study of manuscripts, which are handwritten texts. Dr. Paul’s current book project, entitled British Devotion and the Writing of Early America, demonstrates the American origins of eighteenth-century British novels and poems. She has assisted in editing the Cambridge edition of Jonathan Swift’s poems. With students and colleagues, Dr. Paul has developed and contributed to digital humanities projects. In her spare time, she enjoys reading literary criticism, journaling, running, hiking, and being with family.