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Sean Gordon Lewis, Ph.D.

Sean Lewis

Associate Professor

Department of English
Sean Gordon Lewis, Ph.D., came to the Mount in 2014, having previously served as Assistant Professor of Humanities, Trivium, and Fine Arts at Wyoming Catholic College, and as Instructor in English and Assistant Director of the Writing Program at The Catholic University of America.

Lewis teaches extensively in the Civilization Core track (First-Year Symposium; Origins of the West; Western Imagination), as well as in the English major. Recent elective courses include Chaucer, The Epic, The Bible in the Middle Ages, and The English Language.
Ph.D., The Catholic University of America (2011)
Certificate in Rhetoric, The Catholic University of America (2006)
M.St., The University of Oxford (University College) (2004)
B.A., The University of Dallas (2003)
Medieval Literature, Early Renaissance Literature, Semiotics and Rhetoric, Comedy

Selected publications: Articles

Pynson's Chaucers of 1526: Reading Cues and Reading Practices, Enarratio (accepted for publication).

The Epic Cosmos in Rural Kentucky: Wendell Berry's Hannah Coulter as a Modern Epic, Anamnesis 5 (2016), 124-39.

Selected publications: Book chapters

College Writing: Summary, Analysis, and Synthesis, with Jack Dudley. The First-Year Symposium Reader. Ed. Gregory Murry. Hanover, Pennsylvania: Invino Academic Publishing, 2016.

Greek Theater, The Roman Epic, The Medieval Cathedral, Medieval

Literature, and Medieval Drama." Origins of the West Reader. Ed. Gregory Murry. Hanover, Pennsylvania: Invino Academic Publishing, 2014.