Nora Jackson teaches a CI-HW course, Writing and Experience, and also works in a variety of communication-intensive courses in the humanities, philosophy and linguistics, and sciences/engineering. Before joining MIT, Nora taught British Romanticism and Writing at the University of Brussels, and also served as an editor and translator of academic publications. She earned a B.A. and M.A. in Germanic Languages from the University of Brussels, with a double major in English and Dutch Literature and Linguistics. Her research interests include British Romantic literature, French Modernism, Dutch literature, and aesthetics.