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Marian Yee

Liberal Arts Faculty

Marian Yee received her doctoral degree in English literature and languages from Rutgers University. She has taught courses in English and American literature, film studies, postcolonial studies, composition and creative writing. She has worked at Rutgers University, University of Michigan, Macalester College, San Diego State University and the Massachusetts College of Art. In addition, she has published critical articles, reviews and creative works that are anthologized in Composition and Resistance, The Forbidden Stitch and The Actor’s Book of Monologues for Women. She has also delivered papers in Baltimore, Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston and Cortland, New York, on topics regarding women and nationalism, anthropology and literature and teaching composition. 

Yee is the recipient of the Knight Foundation Fellowship in English at Macalester College (1991), an Academic Career Fellowship from the New Jersey Higher Education Assistance Authority (1987–1991), an Academy of American Poets Award (1986) and a Metropolitan Life Scholarship from the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference (1983). In 2006, she was named Outstanding Faculty of the Year, Liberal Arts Division, at The Boston Conservatory, where she has taught since 2005. 

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