Sarah Stein is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English and teaches first-year writing at St Olaf College. She received her PhD in Comparative Literature from Emory University and her BA from the University of Minnesota. Sarah teaches courses on the interplay between language and images, cities in literature, women in literature, and the Bible in literature. Her research focuses on eighteenth-century British literature, British Romanticism, the Hebrew Bible, and Literary Theory. She has authored articles on poets John Denham and Isaac Watts which are forthcoming in The Encyclopedia of British Literature 1660-1789, and her book project looks at translations of the Hebrew Psalms in the work of eighteenth-century British authors. Sarah loves to travel and has spent time living, working, and studying abroad in Israel, Japan, England, and France. Most recently, she travelled to France with a group of scholars working on translating the seminars of French philosopher Jacques Derrida. Sarah lives in Minneapolis with her husband, Rob, and son, Max.