Marija Krivokapić teaches 19th- and 20th-century British Literature and Cultural Studies at the University of Montenegro. Her publications mostly focus on the work of D. H. Lawrence, including Lawrence in Italy (Belgrade, 2000) and Quest for the Transcendent in D. H. Lawrence’s Prose (Niksic, 2009). Her recent interests include contemporary Native American literature, having co-authored, with Dr Sanja Runtić, the books Native American Contemporary Literature (Osijek, 2013) and Towards the End of Native History: Essays on Native American Contemporary Literature and Literary Criticism (Niksic, 2014), and travel writing. She has edited and co-edited a series of academic books and translations of British, Canadian, South African, and Native American authors, and is the current general editor of the linguistics and literary journal Folia linguistica et litteraria. She is the recipient of two Fulbright stipends, as a teacher at the Louisiana State University, Alexandria, in 2009, and as a researcher at the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, in 2015. She has also been a coordinator of an international project for the advancement of language studies, SEEPALS 2010–2013, financed by the European Commission, which was chosen as an example of best practice.