Christine Chaney is currently Professor of English and Director of the Honors Program at Seattle Pacific University. She was previously SPU’s Chair of English and Director of Campus Writing as well as a co-founder (as a grad student) of the thriving academic journal Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture (Duke University Press).  A select list of her publications indicates the continuing wide range of her academic pursuits – from Elizabeth Barrett Browning to Romantic essayists to higher education pedagogy. But all are held together by an overarching interest in the function of narrative ethics and the rhetorical power of story.  Those publications include, most relevantly, “The Prophet-Poet’s Book” in Victorian Hybridities: Cultural Anxiety and Formal Invention” as well as “The Rhetorical Strategies of ‘Turbulent Emotions:’ Wollstonecraft’s Letters in Sweden” in The Journal of Narrative Theory (Vol. 34. No. 3).