Sarah E. Case, PhD

Preceptor in Expository Writing, Harvard University
Sarah Case is a preceptor in expository writing in the Harvard Writing Program, a post she has held since 2018. A literary scholar by training, she received her PhD from the Princeton English Department in 2018. Her research focuses on early modern literature, and her current project explores the role that poetry played in political debates about monarchy and succession during the reign of England's Elizabeth I. She has also taught in the Princeton Writing Program and currently serves as a co-faculty director of Harvard's Writing and Public Service Initiative.


  • PhD Princeton University