Dr. Holly McBee, associate professor of English, began teaching at DSU in 2008. She
has taught a wide range of courses, including composition, literary surveys, advanced
literature courses, and literary theory. Her teaching and research areas of expertise
include British literature, particularly from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Dr. McBee’s research focuses on nineteenth-century monster novels, like Draculaand Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. She is also interested in the relationship between the
eighteenth-century conduct novels and Victorian domestic novels. Dr. McBee is the
Director of the Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Program. When she is not busy
with work, Dr. McBee enjoys watching gangster films. She is also a total Halloween