Experts Guide — Writing


Southern literature, including William Faulkner — Kentucky literature — Contemporary songwriting
 
Mark Lucas


Jobson Professor of English
B.A., Centre College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
859-238-5263
mark.lucas@centre.edu




Author of The Southern Vision of Andrew Lytle (Louisiana State University Press, 1987) and editor of Home Voices: A Sampler of Southern Writing (University Press of Kentucky, 1991). Contributor to Fifty Southern Writers After 1900 (Greenwood Press, 1987) and The Companion to Southern Literature (LSU Press, 2001). Scholarly interest and expertise in Southern literature, especially Faulkner. Recipient of several teaching awards. Personal interest in Americana music.


 

 

Renaissance literature — Spenser and Chaucer — Shakespeare — History of language — Expository writing
 
Mark Rasmussen


Professor of English
B.A., M.A., Harvard University; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
859-238-5234
mark.rasmussen@centre.edu




Teaching responsibilities in British literature, medieval and Renaissance periods especially, including Chaucer, Arthurian literature, Spenser, and Shakespeare, as well as the history of the English language, literary theory, and general humanities courses. Special expertise in Chaucer, Arthurian literature, Shakespeare, and Renaissance literature. Published essays on a variety of medieval and Renaissance topics, as well as edited collection Renaissance Literature and Its Formal Engagements (2002). Most recent publication, chapter on “Complaints and Daphnaïda” in the Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser, forthcoming. Prior work experience in freelance writing and public relations.