Denae Dyck is a PhD Candidate in the Department of English at the University of Victoria. Her doctoral research has been supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society at UVic, and the Visiting Scholars Program of the Armstrong Browning Library at Baylor University. Her dissertation examines the impact of biblical higher criticism on Victorian literature, focusing on how this criticism prompted a creative recovery of biblical wisdom literature.
…Presidential Address 2018, Canadian Society of Biblical Studies: Reading Biblical Conquest Stories on Treaty 4 Land, Working Towards Reconciliation; May 26, 2018. See the video: http://www.csbs-sceb.ca/index.php/annual-meetings/president-s-address…
I teach literature in the Department of English at Florida International University. My research interests include narrative theory, global science fiction and fantasy, philosophy of language, popular culture, cognition, spatial theory, science and literature, and biblical hermeneutics.
Paula Loscocco writes mostly about John Milton and early women writers. She teaches courses in early modern and eighteenth-century literature, classical and biblical traditions, composition, and English teaching and careers. Her current research explores the writing life in Milton, Katherine Philips, Phillis Wheatley and Mary Montagu.
I am Assistant Professor in the English Department at Rhode Island College. I received my B.A. in English from Houghton College in 2007, my M.A. in Medieval Studies from the University of Connecticut in 2009, and my Ph.D. in Medieval Studies from the University of Connecticut in 2014. My fields of expertise are Old and Middle English, history of the English language, digital humanities, the Bible as/in literature, translation, and the history of the book. Most of my interests in research and teaching encompass what might be called transmission studies: the afterlives of texts, including circulation, translations, adaptations, and re-presentations in various cultures and media.
Bro. Ignatius Mary (also known as Couer de Lion —the “Lionhearted” and “The Doctor”) is an apologist, catechist, theologian, lay Nouthetic counselor, spiritual director, poet, and writer. He is also an occult expert and Deliverance Counselor. He holds the positions of Superior & Chancellor of the Oblates and Missioners of St. Michael, Commandant of the Fraternity of the Legionnaires of St. Michael, Director of the St. Padre Pio Center for Deliverance Counseling, and Dean of the St. Michael Academy for Spiritual Warfare and Deliverance Counseling Brother is a former Baptist preacher/evangelist who was received into full communion into the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil in 1993. The lectures of Scott Hahn on the faith and an intense study of the Bible convinced Brother that he must become Catholic. Later that year he met Scott and Kimberly Hahn who invited him to join, and did later join, a new organization that was forming at the time, the Coming Home Network.
Nineteenth-century British literature; poetry and poetics; textual studies; print culture; periodical studies; expository writing and composition.
French Studies, Francophone Studies
Film History, Visual Culture, Trauma/Collective Memory Studies, Violence, Witness Literature, Childhood Studies
French Literature, Renaissance Studies, Ecocriticism, Environmental Humanities