Marie Wallin is Senior Lecturer in English and Education at LTU where she teaches English literature and culture, as well as academic writing, on the English B.A. program and various teacher courses. She is also the co-supervisor of one doctoral thesis. She has previously taught at Lund University and Malmö University.
Ph.D in English Literature (2010) from Lund University; M.A. in Children’s Literature (2000) from Reading University, United Kingdom; B.A. American Literature (1998) from Uppsala University.
My primary research interests are intellectual history, in particular the development of editorial practices of medieval documents in the print era, and Arthurian literature, in particular Malorian afterlives. My book, Malory and Authorship – an Irresolvable Debate, is forthcoming on Lund Studies in English in the spring of 2017. The book explores the critical aporia which occurred in the field of research around Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte Darthur, after the discovery in 1934 of an alternative version of the text.
I have also published articles on Malorian editorial practice and feminism, and on children’s literature dealing with literacy and the law. My current research deals with migration and literature.