Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Dr. Jeffrey Doty, Wendy and Stanley Marsh 3 Associate Professor of Shakespeare, has three recent essays: " 'Stand Still, See All, and Use Silence': Measure for Measure and the Problem of Popularity" in English Literary Renaissance; “Public Talk, Private Exposure, and Popular Consent in Thomas More’s The History of King Richard III” in Renaissance and Reformation; and Shakespeare's Richard II, 'Popularity,' and the Early Modern Public Sphere," in Shakespeare Quarterly. In addition, Dr. Doty authored a book review of Kevin Sharpe's Selling the Tudor Monarchy: Authority and Image in Sixteenth-Century England for the spring issue of Philological Quarterly.
Dr. Monica Smith Hart, Associate Professor of English and Director of Writing Programs, has an essay entitled “ Charlotte Smith’s Exilic Persona” forthcoming in Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas 8.2 (2010).
Dr. Alex Hunt and Dr. Martin Jacobsen, associate professors of English, published "Cormac McCarthy's "The Road and Plato's Simile of the Sun" in The Explicator 66.3 2008: 155-58.
Dr. Martin Jacobsen, Associate Professor of English, guest edited and wrote the introduction for the Awards for Excellence in Research issue of the Mensa Research Journal 40.1 2009. He also had a condensed version of his article, "Discourse" for Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Sociology, approved for inclusion in Blackwell's Concice Encyclopedia of Sociology.
Dr. Bonney MacDonald, EPML Department Head and Professor of English, published “Ranchlands: Classroom on the Range” in Western Horseman (July 2008).
Dr. Bonnie Roos, Associate Professor of English, published Djuna Barnes's Nightwood: The World, and the Politics of Peace (Bloomsbury Press, 2014).
Dr. Pat Tyrer, Associate Professor of English, is the author of "The Coffee Shop," a short story published in Litchfield Literary Review, Winter 2009. She is also author of “ ‘Of what is past, or passing, or to come’: Characters as Artifact in No Country for Old Men,” an essay accepted for publication in A Casebook on Cormac McCarthy’s No Country for Old Men (Scarecrow Press, 2009).