Mariah Junglan Min is Postdoctoral Fellow in International Humanities at Brown University with the Department of English, the Program in Medieval Studies, and the Cogut Institute for the Humanities. Her work concerns literature from 900 to 1500 with a particular emphasis on late medieval England, and her areas of interest include premodern globality and race, character, drama and performance, and digital humanities.


Ph.D. 2019. English. University of Pennsylvania
              Graduate Certificate in Global Medieval and Renaissance Studies
              Teaching Certificate, Center for Teaching and Learning
M.A. 2013. English. New York University
A.B. 2010. English, Certificate in Creative Writing. Princeton University
              Cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa


Brown University
Instructor of Record and Course Designer
             Medieval Race (Spring 2022, 2023)
             Medieval Gender (Fall 2022)
             The Global Middle Ages (Fall 2021)

Bryn Mawr College
Instructor of Record and Course Designer
              The Global Middle Ages (Spring 2021)
              Medieval Gender (Spring 2021)
              Dreams (Fall 2020)
              Saints and Sinners on Stage and Screen (Fall 2019)

University of Pennsylvania
Instructor of Record and Course Designer
              The History of English Literature in Eight Books (Spring 2020)
              Literature Before 1660 (Fall 2019)
              Shakespeare (Summer 2018)
              The Playwright’s Bible (Spring 2017)
Teaching Assistant
              Shakespeare (Spring 2014)
              Tragedy (Fall 2014)