Jonathan Bolton, Associate Professor, received his PhD from the University of Maryland. A specialist in twentieth-century British and Irish literature, he is the author of Personal Landscapes: British Poets in Egypt during the Second World War (St. Martins, 1997).
His essays have appeared in Journal of Modern Literature, Contemporary Literature, South Atlantic Review, and Papers on Language and Literature. He is currently working on a book project provisionally titled "Blighted Beginnings: Coming of Age in the Irish Free State."
College of Liberal Arts Teaching Effectiveness Award in the Humanities, 2001-02
He will be Undergraduate Studies Coordinator beginning Fall 2007.
"Mid-Term Autobiography and the Second World War," Journal of Modern Literature 30:1 (Fall 2006).
"Customary Rhythms: Seamus Heaney and the Rite of Poetry." Papers on Language and Literature, 37:2, (Spring 2001), 205-222.
"Irish Stew at the Cafe du Monde: Hetereogeniety and the Empire Experience in Paul Muldoon's 'Yarrow.'" South Atlantic Review, 64:1 (Winter 1999), 48-71.
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