Languages, Literature, & Philosophy

 

Dr. Carol Jamison

 
Professor of English
Gamble Hall 238
912.344.3097
carol.jamison@armstrong.edu
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Education
Ph.D., University of Georgia
M.A., University of South Alabama
B.A., University of Montevallo

Teaching Interests
Chaucer, Early English Literature, History of the English Language, Advanced Grammar, Arthurian Literature
          
Recent Publications
“The Play and Meaning of Courtoisie in Romanz de un Chivaler et de sa  Dame et de un Clerk.” Studies in Philology 106 (2009).

“The New Seven Deadly Sins,” Studies in Medievalism 18 (2009).

“King Arthur Online and through the Ages,” Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching  12:2 (2005).

“Traffic and Exile in Germanic Literature,” Women in German Yearbook 20 (2004).
  
“Ben Jonson,” “William Camden,” “Thomas Campion” “Richard Crashaw” in Christopher Baker, ed., Absolutism and the Scientific Revolution, 1600-1720 (NY: Greenwood, 2002).