- PhD in Literature, University of Dallas
- MA in English, University of Dallas
- BA in English, Hillsdale College
- Renaissance Literature
- Seventeenth-Century Literature
- Eighteenth-Century Literature
- English Literature I
- Great Works of Literature I
- Great Works of Literature II
- Composition and Literature I
- Composition and Literature II
- John Milton
- Menippean Satire
- Literary Criticism and Theory
Dr. Stelzer’s recent book Gluttony and Gratitude: Milton’s Philosophy of Eating (Penn State UP, 2018) considers the theme of temperance and the role of gluttony in the tradition of the Fall, tracing medieval and especially Augustinian influences in the work of John Milton.
“Euphrasy, Rue, Polysemy, and Repairing the Ruins” will be published in Scholarly Milton, eds. Kevin Donovan and Thomas Festa, forthcoming from Clemson University Press. Dr. Stelzer has also published articles and review essays in Appositions, Early Modern English Studies, Early Modern Literary Studies, and the Ben Jonson Journal.
Dr. Stelzer is happy to teach a wide variety of literature courses at HBU, but she especially enjoys discussing early modern poetry, including the works of Milton, Donne, and Marvell. She is a lifetime member of the Milton Society of America.