Graduate Program Administrator/Academic Advisor III

Department of Political Science, Department of International Affairs, Center for International Trade & Security (CITS), School of Public & International Affairs

Dr. Morgan earned her MA and PhD from the University of Georgia, where she taught English for several years before joining SPIA. She now administers the MA and the PhD in Political Science & International Affairs and the Master in International Policy (MIP) and can handle any questions you may have, whether they’re about a graduate program, Athens, or other aspects of student life and wellbeing. When she is not administering the graduate programs, she enjoys playing with her two rescue dogs, knitting, and making overly elaborate Halloween costumes.

Questions about graduate studies? Please email me or drop by a weekly Ask the Advisor session Tuesdays at 2pm EST to chat about our graduate programs. Please note: I do not have an office phone, so email is the best way to contact me.

  • Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion, University of Georgia (ongoing)
  • Ph.D., University of Georgia, 2015, English Literature
  • M.A., University of Georgia, 2010, English Literature
  • B.A., Mississippi University for Women, 2008, English Literature and Creative Writing
Selected Publications

Edited Volumes
Henry James’s Daisy Miller. Ed. Kristin Boudreau and Megan Stoner Morgan. Broadview Editions. Buffalo, NY: Broadview, 2011.

Refereed Journal Articles
“Speaking with a Double Voice: John Home’s Douglas and the Idea of Scotland.” Scottish Literary Review (Spring/Summer 2012).
“Pride and Potentiality: Doubling Elizabeth Bennet.” Persuasions On-Line 32.1 (Winter 2011): [n.pag.]

Book Chapters
“The Lion, the Witch, and the War Scenes: How Narnia Went from Allegory to Action Flick.” Fantasy Fiction into Film. Eds. Leslie Stratyner and James R. Keller. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007.