Curriculum Vitae

 

Education:

• Ph.D., University of Georgia
• M.A., University of South Alabama
• B.A., University of Montevallo

Dissertation:

The Ideological Function of the Medieval Fabliau: A Literary/ Historical Approach Based upon the Methodology of Hans Robert Jauss (directed by Dr. William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.)

Teaching Experience:

• Full Professor, AASU (promoted 1999; tenured 1998)

• Graduate Faculty, AASU (Awarded full status 2003)

• Graduate/undergraduate courses: Chaucer, Early English, Literature, History of the English Language, Advanced Grammar, Arthurian Literature


Awards & Grants



•2012 COLA Summer Grant "Chivalry Re-worked in the Harry Potter Series."

• 2003 "Implementing Syntactica and Creating Web Video of Sentence Diagrams." AASU Committee on Faculty Development. $1500.

• 2002 "Web-based Instruction for Medieval and Linguistic Courses." AASU Committee on Faculty Development. $2500.

• 1994 "The Languages of Courtoisie" in Medieval Europe (with emphasis on France); NEH Summer Seminar for Teachers, hosted by Professor Karl Uitti, Princeton University.

Dr. Carol Parrish Jamison

Professor of English


• Gamble Hall 202C
• 912.344.3097
Carol.Jamison@armstrong.edu

Teaching Interest

Chaucer, Early English Literature, History of the English Language, Advanced Grammar, Arthurian Literature

 

Recent Professional Activities


Recent Publications

•Forthcoming: “J. K. Rowling’s Own Book of Chivalry: Incorporating the Harry Potter Novels in an Arthurian Literature Course.” Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching.

•Under Consideration: "Balin and the Ambiguities of Chivalry." Arthurian Literature.

•2012: Gower’s ‘The Tale of Constance’: An Exemplum Contra Envy” in Sin in Medieval and Early Modern Culture: The Tradition of the Seven Deadly Sins. Ed. Richard G. Newhauser and Susan J. Ridyard. York: York Medieval Press, in association with Boydell & Brewer

• 2009 "The New Seven Deadly Sins." Studies in Medievalism. Volume 18.

• 2009 "The Play and Meaning of Courtoisie in Romanz de un Chivaler et de sa Dame et de un Clerk." Studies in Philology.

• 2005 "King Arthur Online and through the Ages." Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching. Volume 12, Issue 2. 65-80.

• 2004 "Traffic and Exile in Germanic Literature." Women in German Yearbook. Volume 20. 13-36.

• 2002 "Ben Jonson." Absolutism and the Scientific Revolution, 1600-1720. Edited by Chris Baker. Greenwood Publishing, Inc. 198-200.

• "William Camden." Absolutism and the Scientific Revolution, 1600-1720. Edited by Chris Baker. Greenwood Publishing, Inc. 48-49.

• "Thomas Campion." Absolutism and the Scientific Revolution, 1600-1720. Edited by Chris Baker. Greenwood Publishing, Inc. 50-52.

• "Richard Crashaw." Absolutism and the Scientific Revolution, 1600-1720. Edited by Chris Baker. Greenwood Publishing, Inc. 79-80.


Recent Book Reviews

•2014 Review of The Anglo-Saxon Literature Handbook by Mark C. Amodio, Wiley-Blackwell, for Choice.

•2013 Review of A Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Studies edited by Jacqueline Stodnick and Renee B. Trilling, Wiley-Blackwell, for Choice.

• 2013 Review of Does Spelling Matter? by Simon Horobin, Oxford, for Choice.

•2013 Review of Barking Abby and Medieval Literary Culture: Authorship and Authority in a Female Community edited by Jennifer N. Brown and Donna Alfano Russell, York Medieval Press, for Choice.

•2012 Review of Writing Power in Anglo-Saxon England: Texts, Hierarchies, Economies by Catherine M. Clarke, D. S. Brewer, for Choice.

• 2012 Review of Marie de France: A Critical Companion by Sharon Kinoshita and Peggy McCracken, D. S. Brewer, for Choice.

• 2010 Review of The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis edited by Bernd Heine and Heiko Narrog, Oxford University Press, for Choice.

• 2010 Review of The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis edited by Bernd Heine and Heiko Narrog, Oxford University Press, for Choice.

• 2009 Review of "A Companion to Medieval Popular Romance" by Raluca L. Radulescu and Cory James Rushton, D. S. Brewer, for Choice.

• 2009 Review of "Do You Make These Mistakes in English? The Story of Sherwin Cody's Famous Language School" by Edwin L. Battistella, Oxford University Press, for Choice.

• 2008 Review of "Analyzing English Grammar" by Klammer and Schulze. Fifth Edition, for Longman Press.

• 2008 Review of "Writing the Map of Anglo-Saxon England: Essays in Cultural Geography" by Nicholas Howe, Yale University Press, for Choice.

• 2007 Review of "The First Word" by Christine Kenneally, Viking, for Choice.

• 2006 Review of "Medieval Boundaries: Rethinking Difference in Old French Literature" by Karen Kinoshita, University of Pennsylvania Press, for Choice.

• 2006 Review of "Ruling Women" by Stacy S. Klein, University of Notre Dame Press, for Choice.

• 2006 Review of "The Geoffrey Chaucer Website," for Choice (update of 2001 review for special issue on Websites).

• 2005 Review of "Word Origins" by Anatoly Liberman, Oxford University Press, for Choice.

• 2005 Review of "The Force of Language" by Denise Riley and Jean-Jacques Lecercle, Palgrave McMillan, for Choice.

• 2004 Review of "Old English Literature" by Daniel Donoghue, Blackwell Publishing, for Choice.

• 2004 Review of "History of the English Language" (HEL) Homepage at http://ebbs.english.vt.edu/hel/, for Choice.

• 2003 Review of "Pregnant Fictions: Childbirth and the Fairy Tale in Early-Modern France" by Holly Tucker, Wayne State University Press, for Choice.

• 2003 Review of "Chaucer's Tragic Muse: The Paganization of Christian Tragedy" by Christine Herold, The Edwin Mellen Press, for Choice.

• 2003 Review of "Lady Godiva: A Literary History of the Legend" by Daniel Donague, Blackwell Publishing, for Choice.


Recent Conference Presentations

• 2008 "The 'New' Seven Deadly Sins," The Twenty-Third Annual Conference on Medievalisms at Wesleyan College.

• 2008 "Grail Imagery in the Harry Potter Series." 43rd Annual International Medieval Conference. Western Michigan University.

• 2007 "Gower's Shaping of the Constance Plot: An Exemplum Contra Envy." Sewanee Medieval Colloquium. Sewanee, Tennesse.

• 2006 "The Play and Meaning of Courtoisie in Romanz de un Chivaler et de sa Dame et de un Clerk." SAMLA. Charlotte, North Carolina.

• 2005 "Harry Potter and the Chivalric Code of Conduct." SAMLA. Atlanta, Georgia.

• 2005 "King Breaking and King Making Women in Beowulf and Volsungasaga." 40th Annual International Medieval Conference. Western Michigan University.

• 2003 "King Arthur Online and through the Ages. Teaching Arthurian Literature." Kennesaw State University.

• 2002 "The Germanic Peaceweaver as Exile." Southern Comparative Literature Association. University of Alabama.

• 2002 "Finding Female Voices in the Fabliaux." Women's Studies Conference. Armstrong Atlantic State University.

• 2002 "Wolves and Peaceweavers: Wulf and Eadwacer Revisited." 37th International Medieval Congress. Western Michigan University.

• 2001 "Beowulf, Women's Studies, and Technology." Teaching Beowulf in Translation. Kennesaw State University.


Professional Affiliation

• English Honorary Association (Sigma Tau Delta)

• Medieval Academy



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