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Academics

Lisa Marciano, Ph.D

Professor
Department of English Language & Literature

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Contact information:

Lisa Marciano, Ph.D
134 Christendom Dr.
Front Royal, VA 22630
540.551.9181
lmarciano@christendom.edu

Education

B.A., University of Dallas
Ph.D., University of Dallas

Classes Taught

  • All English core courses
  • Advanced Rhetoric and Composition
  • Renaissance Literature
  • The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century
  • Shakespeare’s Comedies and Romances
  • Literary Criticism
  • Southern Literature

Hobbies

Traveling with my family, cooking

Areas of expertise

Shakespeare, Renaissance literature

Selected Scholarship

The Serious Comedy of Twelfth Night: Dark Didacticism in Illyria,” Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature 56 (2003)

“Shakespeare’s Tempest: The Awareness of Death as a Catalyst to Wisdom,” Upstart Crow 20 (2000)

Professional Affiliations

Fellowship of Catholic Scholars
Shakespeare Association of America

 

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