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William Rhodes

William Rhodes
Assistant Professor
Office:
466 EPB
Curriculum Vitae:

My work focuses on the connections among late medieval and early modern literary culture, ecological change, and religious reform. My current book project, Land, Labor, and Power, explores the ways in which medieval poetry about agrarian work informed early colonial ideologies in sixteenth-century England. I usually teach classes on medieval and early modern poetry, prose, and drama, but also enjoy teaching transhistorical studies of lyric poetry, short fiction, or apocalyptic literature.