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Kim E. Wheatley has been a professor of English at the College of William and Mary since 1992, and was associate chair of the Department of English from 2003-2006. Her scholarly interests include "The Romantics (especially Shelley and his circle), Romantic-era periodicals" [1]She received her B.A. at Cambridge University, M.A.'s at both York University and John Hopkins University and her Ph.D. at John Hopkins University.

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