Faculty

Robin Bates, PhD

bates.r@lynchburg.edu

Shakespeare and early modern British literature; Irish studies; British post-colonial/transnational studies; literary theory; textual scholarship

Casey Clabough, PhD (program director)

clabough@lynchburg.edu

Creative nonfiction (memoir, travel writing, biography); fiction (with emphasis in the historical novel and the supernatural); American literature (all periods with emphasis on the South, Appalachia, and Virginia); African-American literature; editing (editorship of the James Dickey Review); literary theory

Beth Savage, PhD

savage@lynchburg.edu

Literature of the long 18th century in England; gender studies; drama, particularly comedy; literary theory; the "Laboring Poets" of the 18th century

Allison Wilkins, MFA

wilkins.a@lynchburg.edu

Poetry (19th, 20th & 21st c.); modernism; forms of poetry; translation; creative writing; ecocriticism; American Literature Pre-1900

The cover of Dr. Robin Bates's book, Shakespeare and the Cultural Colonization of Ireland.

Dr. Robin Bates's book, Shakespeare and the Cultural Colonization of Ireland

The cover of Dr. Casey Clabough's book, The Warrior's Path.

Dr. Casey Clabough's book, The Warrior's Path

Professor Wilkins, Girl Who (CW Books, Forthcoming Winter 2014)