Stasik, Tamara L., M.A.
English, Asbury Hall, Room 320A
Part-time Assistant Professor of English
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Ph.D. Indiana University
Tamara is captivated by medieval manuscripts, book history, and the use of asceticism as a mode of cultural and literary production. Her Ph.D. dissertation in Medieval English Literature at Indiana University investigated the adaptation of ascetic practice from the monastic cell to medieval society in manuscripts such as Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. When not teaching or researching medieval archives or digitizing medieval manuscripts and catalogues for the Digital Scriptorium, she is an avid woodworker. She holds degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, the University of Toronto, Saint John’s University and Indiana University. In addition to teaching composition and medieval literature for DePauw, she also teaches courses in literature, composition, and academic literacy for multi-lingual students at Indiana University.