Specialty: Special Faculty
Michelle Lyons-McFarland grew up in rural Oklahoma, gradually making her way to her permanent home here in Cleveland. She is a full-time lecturer in the department of English at Case Western Reserve University, primarily teaching composition and professional and technical communication. Her research focuses on eighteenth-century British literature, specifically on book history, material culture, and descriptive bibliography. Her research project, the Lennox Bibliography Project, looks to create an open-access, digital descriptive bibliography of the works of Charlotte Lennox (1729-1804). She graduated with her BA from the University of Washington in 2010, then came to CWRU to pursue her graduate work, finishing her PhD at CWRU in 2018.