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Nowell A Marshall

Senior Lecturer | General Business
Teaching Faculty III | General Business
Grainger Hall


MFA coursework in fiction writing, University of Nevada, Reno, 2019-2020
PhD in English, University of California, Riverside, Aug. 2009
MA in English, Arizona State University, May 2003
BA in English, emphasis on creative writing, University of Wisconsin—Madison, Aug. 2000

Nowell Marshall is the author of Romanticism, Gender, and Violence: Blake to George Sodini (Bucknell University Press, 2013) and essays on British and American gothic (1764-present), LGBTQ literature, and speculative fiction and film.

Before joining the University of Wisconsin School of Business, he taught writing at UW–Platteville for a year and British and American gothic, eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature, critical theory, visual rhetoric, composition, and LGBTQ studies at Rider University in New Jersey for nine years.

He has seven years’ experience in journalism, marketing, and writing for print and online audiences in both academic and business settings.

He uses this experience in professional writing and document design to help students conceive of purpose, audience, and context when writing email cases and the GenBus 360 final project, a researched, professionally formatted business report.