•Core: Composition, Advanced Composition, Literature•Elective: ShakespeareAdditional Duties•Department Recruiting Officer•2013 Arriving Faculty Workshop Officer-in-Charge
Articles: “Francis Gregory and the Defense of the King’s Book,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 106:1 (2012). “Bentley’s Annotated 1674 Edition of Paradise Lost: Hidden Method and Peculiar Madness,” Review of English Studies. doi:10.1093/res/hgr083, (2012). “Targeting the American Will and Other Challenges for 4th-Generation Leadership,” Military Review, 87:2 (2007). “War of Words: Fourth-Generation Warfare and the Battle for the American Will,” in Proceedings of the Center for the Study of the Korean War, 6:1 (2006). “‘Perhaps More Than Enough’: The Dangers of Mate Idolatry in Milton’s Samson Agonistes” Milton Quarterly, 37:3 (2003). Most Recent Conference Presentation:
“Critical Mass: Addison’s Influence on Bentley’s Paradise Lost” (The 10th International Milton Symposium, 2012).
John Milton, British Renaissance Literature, Restoration Literature, literary reception and rehabilitation, bibliographic and textual studies
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