Courses, Internships, and Independent Studies

Longwood University

Current Academic Year: Fall 2015 – Spring 2016

Course: 421/522 Major Figures in Fiction: Tolkien and his Medieval Sources
Course: 325 British Literature I
Course: 201 World Literature
Course: 209 Introduction to Literature
Course: 202 British Literature: Monsters in Literature: The Middle Ages through the 19th Century

Study Abroad Courses

For further details about each course see: Studies Abroad.

Course: 431/531 King Arthur and the Culture of Chivalry
(honors, graduate and undergraduate course, England/France)

Course: 444/544 Literature of the Crusades
(Study Abroad graduate, honors, and undergraduate course, France)

Course: 444/544 The Literature of Anglo-Saxon England
(Study Abroad graduate, honors, and undergraduate course, England)

Course: 444/544 Irish Literary Culture
(Study Abroad undergraduate course, Ireland)

Course: 431/531 Arthurian Literature
(Study Abroad graduate, honors, and undergraduate course, France and the UK)

Graduate Seminars

Course: 606 Graduate Research Methods

Course: 611 The Sword, Axe and the Shield: Heroic Literature in the Middle Ages

Course: 611 Women in Medieval Literature

Specialty Courses

Course: 438/538 Studies in World Literature: Literature of the Viking Age
ONLINE and in-class (Undergraduate and Graduate Course)

Course: 432/532 Women and Literature: Gender and Power in the Middle Ages
(Undergraduate and Graduate Course)

Course: 421/522 Major Figures in Fiction: Tolkien and his Medieval Sources
ONLINE and in-class (Undergraduate and Graduate Course)

Course: 444/544 Literature and Culture: The Culture of Medieval Violence
(Undergraduate and Graduate Course)

Course: 444 Literature and Culture: The Culture of Knighthood in Medieval Romance

Course: 423/523 Major Figures in Poetry: Chaucer
(Undergraduate and Graduate Course)

Course: 395 Transformations of Medieval Literature

Course: 361 Irish Literature

Course: WGST/ANTH 106
Introduction to Women’s Studies

Independent Study/Internship Direction

Course: 490/590 Old/Middle English Language/Literature
(Undergraduate/Graduate Independent Study)

Course: 490 Celtic Mythology
(Undergraduate Independent Study)

Course: 492 Eolas Editing and Design 
(Undergraduate Internship tied to my editorial duties on Eolas)

Course: 492 Journalism: South Side Messenger  
(Undergraduate Internship with the local newspaper)

Course: 490 England’s Literary Heroes
(Undergraduate Independent Study tied to my book research)

Course: 490 Chaucer and Gender 
(Undergraduate Independent Study for the MiM Conference)

Course: 492 Proof-reading/Copyediting
(Internship direction)

Course: 492 Conference Management, Production
(Internship direction)

Course: 492 Legal Writing
(Internship direction)

Course: 492 Sports Information
(Internship direction)

Standard Curriculum/General Education Courses

Course: 325 British Literature I

Course: 209 Introduction to Literature

Course: 202 British Literature
themes:    • Monsters in Literature: The Middle Ages through the 19th Century
• Revenge
• Devils, Demons, and Witches: The Middle Ages through the 20th Century

Course: 201 World Literature

For further information about courses taught at American, Georgetown, George Mason, and Mary Washington universities see: Past Courses.