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  • John Wyatt Greenlee (Ph.D., 2020)
  • Edward Currie (Ph.D., 2018) | Adjunct Assistant Professor, English Department, Queen’s College, CUNY

  • Amanda Lowell Albert (Ph.D., 2018) | Upper School English Faculty at Saint Andrew's School, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Louis McLaughlin (MA, 2018) | Upper School English Teacher, Convent of the Visitation School, St. Paul, MN

  • Hannah Marie Byland (Ph.D., 2017) | The Marks Family Center for Excellence in Writing, University of Pennsylvania

  • Ruth Mullett (Ph.D., 2017) | Historic Environment Specialist, Worlledge Associates, Oxford, UK

  • Russell (Xan) Stepp (Ph.D., 2016) | Upper School Science Teacher and Science Department Chair, Aristoi Classical Academy, Katy, TX

  • Joel Anderson (Ph.D., 2015) | Faculty in History, University of Maine, Orono, ME

  • Zachary Yuzwa (Ph.D., 2014) | Assistant Professor of History, St. Thomas Moore College at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.

  • Danielle Cudmore (Ph.D., 2013) | Senior Lecturer, Humanities and Social Sciences, Halmstad University, Sweden.

  • Benjamin Weber (Ph.D. 2013) | Assistant Professor of English at Wheaton College since 2017.

  • Eliza Buhrer (Ph.D. 2012) | Teaching Associate Professor, Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO. 

  • Rachel Grabowski (MA 2012) | Copy Editor, Catholic University of America Press

  • Sarah Harlan-Haughey (Ph.D. 2011) | Associate Professor, English & Honors College, University of Maine, Orono, ME.

  • Aaron Ralby (Ph.D. 2010) | Founder, Linguisticator

  • Leigh Harrison (Ph.D. 2010) | Director of Institutional and Sustained Giving, Advanced Studies in Culture Foundation

  • Jamie Friedman (Ph.D. 2010) | Associate Professor, Department of English, Linfield University, McMinnville, OR.

  • Ashleigh Imus (Ph,D. 2010) | President, Ashleigh Imus Writing and Editing, Inc.

  • Nicole Marafioti (Ph.D. 2009) | Assistant Professor of History, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX.

  • Caitlin Callaghan (Ph.D. 2009) | Director of Strategic and Executive Communications, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

  • Cynthia Turner Camp (Ph.D. 2008) | Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Georgia.

  • Curtis Roberts-Holt Jirsa (Ph.D. 2008) | was Assistant Professor, Department of English, Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.  Resigned.

  • Bernd Goehring (Ph.D. 2006) | Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Great Books, Program of Liberal Studies, University of Notre Dame.

  • Johanna Kramer (Ph.D. 2006) | Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Missouri-Columbia.

  • James Schryver (Ph.D. 2005) | Associate Professor of Art History, University of Minnesota-Morris.

  • John Sebastian (Ph.D. 2004) | Vice President for Mission and Ministry; Associate Professor, Department of English, Loyola University, New Orleans.

  • Jordi Sánchez Martí (Ph.D. 2003) | Associate Professor of English, University of Alicante, Spain.

  • Andrew Cain (Ph.D. 2003) | Associate Professor, Department of Classics, University of Colorado at Boulder.

  • Kara Doyle (Ph.D. 2000) | Associate Professor of English, Union College in Schenectady, NY.

  • Sean Eisen Murphy (Ph.D. 2000) | Associate Professor (Medieval and Early Modern Europe), Department of Liberal Studies, Western Washington University.

  • Vicki Szabo (Ph.D. 2000) | Associate Professor of History, Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC.

  • Asa Mittman (B.A. 1998; Ph.D. Stanford 2003) | Associate Professor of Art History, California State University, Chico.

  • Niall Brady (Ph.D. 1996) | Project Director, Medieval Rural Settlement Project of The Discovery Programme, an archaeological research institution dedicated to investigating Ireland’s past, and also Director of the Archaeological Diving Company Ltd, a private-sector consultancy that specializes in underwater and related archaeological work in Ireland and Britain (http://www.adco-ie.com).

  • María Bullón-Fernández (Ph.D. 1995) | Associate Professor of English and Director of Women’s Studies, Seattle University.

  • Suzanne Hagedorn (Ph.D. 1995) | Director, Medieval & Renaissance Studies Program; Associate Professor, Department of English, The College of William & Mary.

  • Lauren Kiefer (Ph.D. 1994) | Assistant Professor, Department of English, State University of New York College at Plattsburgh.

  • Nicole Clifton (Ph.D. 1993) | Associate Professor, Department of English, Northern Illinois University.

  • Wendy Chapman Peek (Ph.D. 1992) | Associate Professor and Chair, Department of English, Stonehill College.

  • Kelley Wickham-Crowley (Ph.D. 1992) | Associate Professor, Department of English, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

  • Nancy Spatz Lucid (Ph.D. 1992) | Was assistant professor of History, University of North Colorado; resigned.  Currently product manager of GPS Instruments at Symmetricom, a leading supplier of timing and synchronization hardware for communications networks, in San Jose, California.

  • Paul Schaffner (Ph.D. 1990) | Senior Associate Librarian (2004-present), University of Michigan Libraries; Associate Editor, Middle English Compendium; former editor of the Middle English Dictionary (http://www-personal.umich.edu/~pfs/).

  • Theodore South (Ph.D. 1990) | Professor of History, Western New England College.

  • Regina Psaki (Ph.D. 1989) | Professor of Italian and Associate Chair, Department of Romance Languages, University of Oregon.

  • Margot E. Fassler (Ph.D. 1983) | Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Music History and Liturgy, Department of Theology, University of Notre Dame .

  • Mary Wack (Ph.D. 1982) | Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education, Washington State University.

  • Robert C. Figueira (Ph.D. 1980) | Professor of History, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina; he also serves on the advisory board of the Stephan Kuttner Institute of Medieval Canon Law.

  • Michael W. Twomey (Ph.D. 1979) | Charles A. Dana Professor of Humanities in the Department of English at Ithaca College.

  • Eleonore Stump (Ph.D. 1975) | Robert J. Henle Chair in Philosophy, Saint Louis University.