Dr. Nancy Enright is an associate professor of writing and the director of the First Year Writing program.
I have been teaching full-time at Seton Hall University since 1988. I love teaching and feel that it never gets "old" for me. My research interests focus on the connections between literature and theology. I am also interested in service learning. I serve on the Board of Advisors for the Catholic Studies Program and have taught and created courses for that program (cross-listed with English). I have co-taught the Catholic Studies course, Foundations of Christian Culture, in Oxford, England, along with Msgr. Richard Liddy, Dr. Dermot Quinn, and Fr. Ian Boyd.
- Ph.D., Drew University
- M.A., Seton Hall University
- B.A., Kean College of New Jersey
- Julian of Norwich: Journey of Faith
Second Spring, International Journal of Faith and Culture, 9,
- Images of the Messiah and of Salvation in Lewis, Tolkien, and Williams
The Chesterton Review,
- Dante's Divine Comedy, Augustine's Confessions, and the Redemption of Beauty
Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, 10(1), 32- 56,
- Tolkien's Females and the Defining of Power (Book Chapter)
In Harold Bloom (Ed.), "J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings," New Edition, NY: Chelsea Press,
- Dante and the Scandals of a Beloved Church
Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, 7(4), 17- 36,