Taylor's research areas include the varieties of creative nonfiction - personal and academic essay, literary journalism, historical narrative, and memoir.
Dr. Elizabeth (Beth) S. Taylor received her B.A. in American Studies at Smith College, earned her PhD in American Literature from Brown, then taught at Harvard for five years before returning to Brown in 1994. She teaches in the Nonfiction Writing Program in the Department of English at Brown. She teaches creative nonfiction -- personal and academic essay, literary journalism, historical narrative, and memoir. She has published essays about the teaching of nonfiction and about the Vietnam War era. Her most recent book is The Plain Language of Love and Loss: A Quaker Memoir. She has a particular interest in mentoring students interested in all forms of nonfiction writing.
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