PhD, The Ohio State University
Barbara Brumbaugh received her PhD in English literature from the Ohio State University. Her main areas of specialization are Renaissance literature, especially religious and political controversy in sixteenth-century literature, and epic as genre. Other areas of interest include allegory, medieval literature, classical literature, and the history of rhetoric. Her book, Apocalyptic History and the Protestant Cause in Sir Philip Sidney’s Revised Arcadia, has been published by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. She has also had articles published in Modern Philology, Spenser Studies, and SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. At Auburn she teaches World Literature I and II, British Literature I, Introduction to Women’s Studies, and English Composition I and II.