Misty L. Jameson Portrait

Misty L. Jameson

  • Professor of English and Film Studies, Department of English & Foreign Languages
  • Faculty, College of Arts & Humanities
LC 330 Carnell Learning Center

Ph.D., University of Georgia (2008)

M.A., Mississippi State University (1999)

B.A. (Hons), Mississippi State University (1997)

A.A., Jones Junior College (1995)



  • Landscape and Gender in Ang Lee's Sense and Sensibility and Brokeback Mountain. The Philosophy of Ang Lee. University Press of Kentucky. (2010)


  • Nabokov's Lolita and Frost's 'Design': A 'Witches' Broth' of Coincidence in The Nabokovian. (2009)
  • The Haunted House of American Fiction: William Gaddis's Carpenter's Gothic in Studies in the Novel. (2009)
  • 'Painting and Punning: Cynthia's and Sybil's Influence in 'The Vane Sisters.' in The Nabokovian. (2006)
  • "Love, Marriage, and 'The Dead'". American Literature Association. Boston, Massachusetts. (2015)
  • New Hollywood: Films of the 1960s. Lander University Spring Speaker Series. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Marriage as Pilgrimage: Abbas Kiarostami's Certified Copy. SAMLA. Durham, North Carolina. (November, 2012)
  • Oral Fixation and the Monstrous Feminine in Kiss Me, Deadly. SAMLA. Atlanta, Georgia. (November, 2011)
  • Terry Gilliam's The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus and the Humanistic Imagination. Literature/Film Association Conference. New Britain, Connecticut. (October, 2011)
  • Translation and Adaptation: Vladimir Nabokov's The Defense and Marleen Gorris's The Luzhin Defence. SAMLA. Atlanta, Georgia. (2010)
  • Literature/Film/Theatre: Adaptation and Imagination. South Carolina Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference. Kiawah Island, South Carolina. (January, 2009)
  • Peer-Editing in the Composition Classroom: Learning to Cope with Criticism. SAMLA. Atlanta, Georgia. (2009)
  • 'You Can't Stop What's Coming': Self-Betrayal and Morality in Western Films from 2007. Literature/Film Association Conference. Carlilse, Pennsylvania. (2009)
  • The American Gothic Tradition. University of Georgia Women's Club Meeting. Athens, Georgia. (December, 2007)
  • Roberta Fernández's Intaglio: A Novel in Six Stories as Short-Story Cycle. Aqui y Ahora: Latíno/a Literature & Culture. Athens, Georgia. (November, 2001)
  • Voluntary and Involuntary Memory in Proust's Swann's Way and Nabokov's Pale Fire. Sigma Tau Delta Symposium. Starkville, Mississippi. (October, 1998)