Emeritus faculty

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RonaldBillingsleyAssociate Professor of English EmeritusRonald.Billingsley
DouglasBurgerAssociate Professor Emeritus of EnglishDouglas.Burger
SidneyGoldfarbProfessor Emeritus of EnglishSidney.Goldfarb
LindaHoganProfessor Emerita of EnglishHoganl@stripe.Colorado.edu
SuzanneJuhaszProfessor Emerita of EnglishSuzanne.Juhasz
StevenKatzProfessor Emeritus of Englishelbonoz@earthlink.net
LelandKrauthProfessor Emeritus of EnglishPhilip.Krauth
MarilynKryslProfessor Emerita of English
ThomasLyonsSenior Instructor Emeritus of English Thomas.Lyons
PeterMichelson
Professor Emeritus of EnglishPeter.Michelson
Michael J.PrestonProfessor Emeritus of Englishpreston
Jeffrey C.RobinsonProfessor Emeritus of English Jeffrey.C.Robinson
ReginaldSanerProfessor Emeritus of EnglishReginald.Saner
R LWidmannAssociate Professor EmeritaR.Widmann

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Douglas A. Burger

Douglas A. Burger, Associate Professor Emeritus of English

E-mail: Douglas.Burger@colorado.edu Douglas A. Burger’s Cuuriculum Vitae Research and teaching interests Chaucer; medieval literature and history; fantasy literature; masculinity studies Education Ph.D., Lehigh University, 1966 M. A. , Lehigh University, 1962 B. A., Colorado State College, 1959 Publications Books With Paul M. Levitt and Elissa S. Guarlnick, Weighty Words, Too. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 2008 (children's…

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Jeffrey C. Robinson

Jeffrey C. Robinson, Professor Emeritus of English

Professor of Romantic Poetry, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow E-mail: Jeffrey.C.Robinson@colorado.edu Home page: http://www.jeffreycrobinson.com Jeffrey Robinson retired from the University of Colorado in 2009 and is now Professor of Romantic Poetry at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.  Romantic poetry and prose and Romantic poetics, particularly as it anticipates innovative and avant-garde movements in post-Romantic…

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L. Michael Bell

L. Michael Bell, Professor Emeritus of English

E-mail: mbell@stripe.colorado.edu L. Michael Bell’s Curriculum Vitae Research and teaching interests Folklore; oral traditions; the blues; Anglo-Saxon; Old Norse; history of the English language Education Ph.D., Harvard University, 1973 A.B., Harvard College, 1959 Publications Books With Catherine M. Orr and Michael J. Preston, Urban Folklore from Colorado: Photocopy Cartoons. University Microfilms, 1976 Know Your Iceland.…

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Leland Krauth

Leland Krauth, Professor Emeritus of English

E-mail: Philip.Krauth@colorado.edu Leland Krauth’s Curriculum Vitae Research and teaching interests Nineteenth-century American literature; Mark Twain Education Ph.D., Indiana University, 1970 M.A., Indiana University, l967 B.A., Indiana University, 1964 Publications Books Mark Twain & Company: Six Literary Relations. Univ. of Georgia Press, 2003 Proper Mark Twain. Univ. of Georgia Press, 1999 Essays “Plundering the…

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Linda Hogan

Linda Hogan, Professor Emerita of English

e-mail: Hoganl@stripe.Colorado.edu Research and teaching interests Creative writing Education B.A., University of Colorado, Colorado Springs M.A., University of Colorado, Boulder Linda Hogan (Chickasaw) is an internationally recognized public speaker and author of poetry, fiction, and essays. Her books include novels Mean Spirit, a winner of the Oklahoma Book Award, the Mountains and Plains Book Award, and a finalist for the…

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Marilyn Krysl

Marilyn Krysl, Professor Emerita of English

Website: MarilynKrysl.com Marilyn Krysl has published four collections of stories, work in The Atlantic, The Nation, The New Republic and other journals, in Best American Short Stories 2000, O. Henry Prize Stories, and the Pushcart Prize Anthology. She has taught ESL in the People’s Republic of China, served as Artist in Residence at the Center for Human Caring in Denver, worked as a volunteer for Peace Brigade International in Sri Lanka,…

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Michael J. Preston

Michael J. Preston, Professor Emeritus of English

E-mail: preston@colorado.edu Michael J. Preston, Professor of English, received an A.B. (Classical) from Gonzaga University, an M.A. from the University of Virginia, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Colorado. Preston and others founded the Center for Computer Research in the Humanities at the University of Colorado in association with the Literary and Linguistic Computing Centre at Cambridge University, and he was its director from…

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Peter Michelson

Peter Michelson, Professor Emeritus of English

E-mail: Peter.Michelson@colorado.edu Peter Michelson’s Curriculum Vitae Research and teaching interests Creative writing (poetry, essays) Education M.A. University of Wyoming, 1959 B.A. Whitman College, 1958 Publications Books Ed., Max Michelson, The Extant Poetry and Prose of Max Michelson, Imagist. Edwin Mellen Press, 2000 Speaking the Unspeakable (criticism). State Univ. of New York Press, 1993 When the Revolution Really…

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widmann

R L Widmann, Associate Professor Emerita of English

E-mail: r.widmann@colorado.edu Home page: spot.colorado.edu/~widmann Research and teaching interests Renaissance literature; gender studies Education Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana, 1967 A.M., University of Illinois, Urbana, l964 B.A., University of Wisconsin, Madison, l963 Publications Essays “Teaching a Gendered Renaissance: The Material Record,” Attending to Early Modern Women, ed Amussen and Seef.…

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R. Thomas Lyons

R. Thomas Lyons, Senior Instructor Emeritus of English

E-mail: Thomas.Lyons@colorado.edu Thomas Lyons’ Curriculum Vitae Research and teaching interests Medieval literature; Bible as literature; composition and pedagogy Education Ph.D., Washington University, 1972 M.A., Washington University, 1964 Ph. L., St. Louis University (Philosophy), 1961 A.B., St. Louis University, 1960 Publications "Computer-assisted Instruction in English Composition," Pipeline, Fall, 1981 Expository…

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Reginald Saner

Reginald Saner, Professor Emeritus of English

Email: Reginald.Saner@Colorado.edu Reg Saner’s poetry and prose have appeared in 150 literary magazines and 64 anthologies. His poetry collection Climbing into the Roots received the first Walt Whitman Award as conferred by the Academy of American Poets and the Copernicus Society of America. His So This Is the Map, was a National Poetry Series “Open Competition” winner selected by Derek Walcott. His Essay on Air (also poems) was…

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Ronald Billingsley

Ronald Billingsley, Associate Professor of English Emeritus

E-mail: billings@spot.colorado.edu Ronald Billingsley’s Curriculum Vitae Research and teaching interests American studies; ethnic American literature; pedagogy; teacher training; leadership training Education Ph.D., University of Oregon, 1971 M.A. , University of Oregon, 1965 A.B., University of Redlands, 1959 Publications Book With Lloyd S. Lewin, Women in the Workplace: A Man's Perspective. Remington Press, 1988 Essays "Leadership…

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Sidney Goldfarb

Sidney Goldfarb, Professor Emeritus of English

E-mail: Sidney.Goldfarb@Colorado.edu Research and teaching interests Creative writing (poetry, plays, screenplays); modern and contemporary literature Education B.A., Harvard University, 1965 Publications Books The Rushes of Tulsa and Other Plays. Station Hill Press, 2009 Curve in the Road. Halty-Ferguson, 1980 (poems) Messages. Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1971 (poems) Speech, for Instance. Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1969…

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Professor Emeritus of English

Steven Katz, Professor Emeritus of English

Email: elbonoz@earthlink.net Steve Katz has written and published continuously since the self-published novella, The Lestriad, in 1962. His books have appeared from Holt, Random House, Knopf, Ithaca House, Sun & Moon, and Bamberger Books. His collection of stories, Creamy & Delicious (1970), was mentioned in Larry McCaffery’s list of the 100 greatest books of the 20th century where it was named, “The most extreme and perfectly…

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Suzanne Juhasz, Professor Emerita of English

E-mail: Suzanne.Juhasz@colorado.edu Research and teaching interests Women writers; feminist and psychoanalytic theory; Emily Dickinson; literature and the performing arts; modernism Education Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley, 1970 M.A., University of California at Berkeley, 1967 B.A., Bennington College, 1963 Publications Books A Desire for Women: Relational Psychoanalysis, Writing, and Relationships Between Women. Rutgers…

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