Elizabeth Travers Parker is a PhD candidate in British literature at Baylor University. Her research focuses primarily on 19th century devotional poetry, and her dissertation asks how the literary forms of religious devotion shape ecological conscience for Elizabeth Barrett Browning, John Ruskin, Christina Rossetti, and Gerard Manley Hopkins. She recently published an article on pedagogy as moral formation in the International Journal of Christianity and Education, and she has two entries on the devotional prose of Christina Rossetti forthcoming in the new Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women Writers. She also recently contributed a chapter on the incarnational landscapes of The Chronicles of Narniato the forthcoming volume The Christian Mind of C.S. Lewis. Elizabeth has taught at Baylor University and the University of Kentucky, and she will be teaching part-time at Asbury University this fall. She lives in Lexington, Kentucky, with her husband Seth and her daughter Penelope.