Mary Trull
 is a specialist in Renaissance/Early Modern literature and has secondary teaching interests in film, gender studies, and postmodern fiction. She received her Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Chicago in 2002; since 2003, she has been teaching at St. Olaf in the English Department, the Great Conversation, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Media Studies and Film. Her scholarly work has been published in ELR: English Literary Renaissance and Religion and Literature, as well as volumes of collected essays. More information on her monograph, Performing Privacy and Gender in Early Modern Literature (Palgrave MacMillan, 2013) is available here.