Meg Tyler

Associate Professor of Humanities, College of General Studies

Meg Tyler is an associate professor of humanities in the College of General Studies. She received her bachelor’s degree from Kenyon College and went on to receive a Ph.D from Boston University in Twentieth-Century British, Irish and American Poetry. Her teaching and research interests include ethical philosophy, Irish studies, lyric poetry, creative writing, poetry in translation and the intersection of art and literature.  She is the author of A Singing Contest: Conventions of Sound in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney and Poor Earth, a chapbook of poems in the New Women’s Voices’ Series.