Drew Clark, Associate Professor, received his Ph.D. from Yale University. He specializes in the literature of early English Protestantism, especially the writings of William Tyndale and John Milton, with a teaching interest in the Bible as literature.
He currently serves as Director of the Office of Assessment and Program Improvement, which coordinates campus-wide efforts to improve the University's educational programs by collecting, analyzing, and acting on good evidence about student learning.
Cardinal Key Honor Society Outstanding Faculty Member, 2000, 2001
"Corrupt Prelates in Tyndale and Shakespeare," in Word, Church, and State: Tyndale Quincentenary Essays, ed. John T. Day and Eric Lund, Catholic University of America Press, 1998.
"Hidden Tyndale in OED's First Instances from Miles Coverdale's 1535 Bible," Notes and Queries 45 (1998): 289-93.
"The Plot of Donne's Anniversaries," SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 30 (1990): 63-77.
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