Kari Nixon is an assistant professor of English who teaches Victorian literature and medical humanities at Whitworth University. She is the author of Quarantine Life From Cholera to COVID-19: What Pandemics Teach Us About Parenting, Work, Life and Communities from the 1700s to Today.
Stories by this Author
The Agony of the Internal CandidateInside hires are unfair to applicants and search committees alike.
The Humanities Without NostalgiaHarking back to an era of “peak English” betrays marginalized scholars.