Welcome to Scholarly Wanderlust by Dr. Erica Mongé-Greer

Blogging, Reading, Blogging, Podcasting

After a whole round of academic post applications, which resulted in mostly rejection emails, I am resigning for a while to focus on reading and writing. My current book contract will be complete soon and then I look forward to diving back into my dissertation research and reforming the research into a book so that others can enjoy reading about the topic that I have loved working on for so many years.

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  • Lady of the Underworld & Evil Queens in Narnia
    In C. S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia‘s The Silver Chair, we meet some new characters, like Puddlegum the Marsh-wiggle and a new human character, Jill Pole. The unlikely pair of a sensible girl and the Narnia-born marsh dweller end up taking part in a rescue expedition, along with Eustace, to search for the lost Prince of Narnia. They do find the Prince after a harrowing series of adventures when they encounter the Lady of the Underworld. She is immediately recognizable as the villain. For one, she is dressed in a serpentine green dress and unsurprisingly becomes a large serpent…