Beatrice Marovich is a writer & academic who teaches in the Department of Theological Studies at Hanover College. Her research and writing is ecologically and speculatively oriented. She writes and thinks about what it means (and how we speak about) living, dying, and dreaming, in an animal body.
Before returning to graduate school, she was a newspaper reporter at a hardscrabble daily on the coast of Maine. She has a B.A. in spanish & comparative literature from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2004). She is an alumna of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, where she studied non-fiction writing & editing (2005). She earned her M.A. at the Vancouver School of Theology, in British Columbia (2009) and she earned her PhD at Drew University's Graduate Division of Religion (2014). For two years she taught in the Philosophy & Religion Department, at the University of North Dakota. She's been teaching at Hanover College since 2016.