Dr. Sarah Gray

Assistant Professor of English
Division of Communications, Humanities and Human Services
Ferguson Center, 203

Dr. Sarah Gray is a professor of English, teaching courses in composition, literature, and the humanities. Sarah has served on the South Central Modern Language Association committees for the Women’s Caucus and Gothic Studies and presented research at several regional and international conferences focused on nineteenth-century, American, and Gothic literature. She has published research on women in literature, Gothic literature and composition.

  • PhD and MA literature, Middle Tennessee State University
  • MBA, Baker University
  • BA English, University of Missouri