Randy Ingram

Education

Ph.D. Emory University
B.A. Davidson College

Background

I specialize in early modern English literature. My scholarly work addresses the conditions of producing and consuming early modern poetry, particularly how 17th-century poets configured their first books for a changing literary market. Currently serving as director of the humanities program, I am also interested in interdisciplinary approaches to cultural works. 

Teaching

  • ENG 220 Literary Analysis
  • ENG 240 British Literature to 1800
  • ENG 352 Shakespeare
  • ENG 355 Milton
  • ENG 495 Literary Monsters
  • Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature - Material Culture and Masculinities
  • Renaissance Revenge
  • Thinking about Things:Shelter, Clothing, and Food" (senior colloquium with Gail Gibson and Annie Ingram)
  • The Western Tradition:The Renaissance to the Eighteenth Century
  • Tradition and Originality, 1660-1900
  • Writing Criticism