Julia Dietrich

English Courses Recently Taught:

ENGL 561 - 01: Chaucer (Spring, 2009)
ENGL 301 - 01: British Literature I (Fall, 2008)
ENGL 301 - 50: British Literature I (Fall, 2008)
ENGL 313 - 02: British Literature Beginning through Shakespeare (Spring, 2008)
ENGL 632 - 01: Shakespeare (Spring, 2008)
ENGL 301 - 01: British Literature I (Fall, 2007)
ENGL 301 - 50: British Literature I (Fall, 2007)
ENGL 301 - 01: British Literature I (Spring, 2007)
ENGL 301 - 50: British Literature I (Fall, 2006)
ENGL 562 - 01: Shakespeare (Fall, 2006)
ENGL 101 - 14: Introduction to College Writing - WC (Spring, 2006)

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. from University of Cincinnati

Teaching Areas

  • medieval literature and culture; Shakespeare; medieval rhetoric; argumentation

Research Interests

  • My research and teaching are in the areas of medieval culture and argumentation. My current research project brings these two interests together in a study of patristic argumentation, specifically the relationship of knowledge and virtue. I regularly teach Composition, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Medieval Culture, and Survey of British Literature

Publications:

“Boethius’s Reading of the ‘beati Augustini scriptis’ in the Opuscula sacra,” Carmina Philosophiae, 21 (2012), 43-65.