Rhonda Knight, Ph.D.
Professor of English
- Ph.D., Binghamton University
- M.A., University of Alabama
- B.A., University of Alabama at Birmingham
Medieval and Early Modern literature of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, Linguistics, Early Modern Staging Practices, Science Fiction and Mystery Novels, and Doctor Who
- NEH Teaching Development Fellowship, Spring Semester 2010
- NEH Summer Seminar on Shakespeare and Performance
- British Literature I
- Medieval Studies
- Renaissance Literature
- The Development of Modern English
RECENT COURSE OR CURRENT PROJECT:
I am currently writing an article on author Paul Doherty’s supernatural mystery series based on The Canterbury Tales.
I have directed independent research on such varied topics as Sherlock Holmes and gender; the novels of John le Carré; and the writings of medieval women.
“Persepolis as a Gateway to Reading Metafictional Novels.” Forthcoming volume on Graphic Novel Pedagogy. Ed. Matthew Miller. McFarland, 2015
“’The Moment Has Been Prepared For’: Regeneration and Language in ‘Logopolis’ and ‘Castrovalva.’ The Language of Doctor Who: From Shakespeare to Alien Tongues. Ed. Jason Barr and Camille D. G. Mustachio. Scarecrow Press. 2014
“The 2010 Actors’ Renaissance Season: An Inside Look” The Playhouse Insider. American Shakespeare Center. Spring 2010
“The Kildare Poems and the Friar who Owned Them.” Christvs Regnat 3.2 (2010).
“Werewolves, Monsters, and Miracles: Representing Colonial Fantasies in Gerald of Wales’ Topographia Hibernica.” Studies in Iconography 22 (2001):55-86.