Completed Ph.D.s and Placements

Christopher Stampone

Entry Year: 2011

Ph.D., May 2017

Interests and Publications

Academia Web Page

Medieval romance and English and American romanticism.Notes. William Wells Brown: Clotel and Other Writings. Ed. Ezra Greenspan. New York: Library of America, 2014.

"There is no bucking against the railroad": The Arthurian World of Frank Norris's The Octopus; Studies in American Naturalism 9 (2014): 26-51. 

"spirit of mistaken benevolence": Civilizing the Savage in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly; Early American Literature (forthcoming 2015). 

"Cultural Documents"; Frankenstein. By Mary Shelley. Ed. Johanna M. Smith. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin, forthcoming 2015.

"Choreographing Fin'amor: Dance and the Game of Love in Geoffrey Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde. The Chaucer Review (forthcoming 2015/16). 

"'Heroic bravery in more than one battle': The Creation of Heroes in William Wells Brown's Multi-Edition Clotel." African American Review (forthcoming 2016/2017) 

'The One Voice in Shelley's Alastor. The Explicator (forthcoming fall 2015/spring 2016).

"Transatlantic Repurposing: The Castle of Otranto and the Construction of Puritan Allegory in The House of the Seven Gables."; The Nathaniel Hawthorne Review (forthcoming fall 2015)

Current: English Departmentat Bethel University in Tennessee