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Faculty Profile: Lisa LeBlanc

 

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Lisa Leblanc, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English, Honors Program Director
 
Office:Trinity 205
Office Hours: 
Monday: 2 to 3 p.m.
Wednesday: 2 to 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 2 to 4:30 p.m.
And by appointment
 
 
 
Education:
Doctor of Philosophy, English, Catholic University of America MA
Master of Arts, English, Boston College MA, Medieval Studies, Catholic University of America
Bachelor of Arts, English and Secondary Education, Regis College
 
Favorite Quote or Motto:
"A room without books is like a body without a soul." - Marcus Tullius Cicero
 
Courses Taught at Anna Maria:
English: Medieval Literature and Language Beowulf, Chaucer, and Middle English Literature
The Living Language
The Works and World of William Shakespeare
English Senior Thesis
Global Literature
Postcolonial Literature
Origins of Literature in Folklore and Myth
Establishing Irish Identity
Gothic Literature and Its Influences
Play as Performance and Literature
The Detective in Fiction Issues in Literary Theory
Introduction to Literature American
Literature England and Beyond: Literary Traditions in English
Perspectives of Justice in Film and Literature
Literature of the Holocaust
Freshman Composition I
Writing through Literature
Remedial Writing
Critical Thinking and Writing I & II Education: Teaching English in Middle and Secondary School
Young Adult Literature
Educational Research Humanities/Gen. Ed.: Discovering the Humanities: Seeking Truth (core seminar)
Humanities Senior Seminar: Utopia and Dystopia
World Geography and Culture (core seminar)
History of Arts and Ideas (literature lectures) FYE: Monsters
Women's Lives 
Women's Literature
The Plague in the Middle Ages
The Medieval Crusades
 
Research Interests:
Middle Welsh Literature, Monsters in the Middle Ages, Feminist Theory in Medieval Literature, Medieval Drama Apocalypticism in Medieval Dream Literature
 
Publications:
LeBlanc, L. (2009). "Social Commentary and the English Mystery Cycle
Doomsday Plays." End of Days: Understanding the Apocalypse from
Antiquity to Modernity
 
LeBlanc, L. (2011). "Noahs Uxor." Gender Forum.