Ann Lauinger

BA, University of Pennsylvania. MA, PhD, Princeton University. Special interest in medieval and Renaissance poetry, particularly English. Author of papers and articles on Shakespeare and Ben Jonson; of Persuasions of Fall (The University of Utah Press, 2004) and Against Butterflies (Little Red Tree Publishing, 2013), both books of poems; and of poems published in Confrontation, Missouri Review, Parnassus, and other magazines. Recipient of Agha Shahid Ali Poetry Prize, Ernest J. Poetry Prize, Thouron-University of Pennsylvania British-American Exchange Program scholarship; Woodrow Wilson Fellow. SLC, 1973–

Undergraduate discipline: Literature

Courses taught in Literature

Courses from previous years

2014-2015
  • First-Year Studies: Four Poets
  • Gloriana: Elizabeth I in Literature and the Arts
  • The Mirror and the Rose: Shakespeare’s Poetry in Context
2013-2014
  • After Eve: Medieval Women
  • Small Circle of Friends: A Topic in Renaissance Literature
2012-2013
  • Gloriana: Elizabeth I in Literature and the Arts
  • Shakespeare and Company
  • The New Life: Poetry of Transformation

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