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Kathryn Jacobs is a professor at the Department of Literature and Languages with Ph.D and M.A. from Harvard University, and a B.A. from the University of Michigan. She has research interests in Chaucer, Medieval drama, and Renaissance drama, and takes theses and dissertations in all these areas. She is also interested in poetry, has published critical studies of the modern formalist poets, and welcomes creative projects with new poets, particularly those with an interest in poetic form.
Dr. Jacobs has published a book (Marriage Contracts from Chaucer to the Renaissance Stage) and a dozen articles in early British literature. She has also published a volume of poetry (Advice Column) and over five dozen poems in a variety of national, regional, and international journals.
Curriculum Vitae: Jacobs.pdf