Stasik, Tamara L., Ph.D.
English, Asbury Hall, Room 320A
Assistant Professor of English and English for Academic Purposes Specialist
Tamara Stasik holds degrees from Indiana University (Ph.D), Saint John’s University (M.A,), the University of Toronto (M.A.), and the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (B.A.). She enjoys teaching courses in literature and composition for majors and non-majors, as well as academic literacy for multi-lingual students. Her research interests include 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 investigated the adaptation of ascetic practice from the monastic cell to medieval society in manuscripts such as Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Her current work investigates the intersections of medieval studies and the digital humanities.
ENG 255: Obscenity and Heresy in Medieval and Early Modern Literature (2015)
WT 184TC: Pillaging the Text: Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts (2015)
FYS 197A: Gutenberg Galaxy, 2014
UNIV: Academic Excellence, 2014
ENG 115: Writing Seminar II: Non-Native Speakers, 2012-2014
ENG 151: Literature and Interpretation, 2013, (2015)
ENG 155A: Topics: Secrets in Middle English Literature, 2012
ENG 130: College Writing II, 2010, 2011
ENG 315: Language, Power and Writing
HONR 310: Business Writing, 2011- 2014, (2015)
Summer English Immersion Institute: 2013, 2014