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Office Location: 1015 9th Street Park, Room 100Phone: 303-556-8395Fax: 303-556-2959Office hours: Spring W, 12:30 - 1:30Areas of Expertise:Comparative Literature: Medieval and Classical Literature
PhD, Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley, 1994
MA, Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley, 1981
AB, English & Classics, Boston University, 1977
Trained in comparative literature, I primarily research in two areas: 1) Medieval European literature and 2) the interstices between ancient and modern literatures. The disciplines of history and of philosophy inform my writing on medieval romance, practical reasoning and inner debates. For professional service, I continue as a bibliographer for the International Courtly Literature Society.
My teaching ranges from entry level to graduate courses in which I aim to convey the continuing relevance of pre-modern narratives to our current population of students.
“The chamber, man in black, and structure in Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess,” Chaucer Review 44.2 (2009), 205-223.
ENGL 2510: Greek and Roman MythologyENGL 2520/RLST 2700: The Bible as LiteratureENGL 4000/5000: Major Authors: Greek DramaENGL 4080/5080: History of the English LanguageENGL 4400/5400: Old English IENGL 4410/5410: Old English II: BeowulfENGL 4500/5500: Medieval LiteratureENGL 4730/5730: ChaucerUHL 3501: Love and Death in the Greek Classics
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