Thomas A Goodmann

Assoc. Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-4075
Locator Code:
4632

 
About

Thomas Goodmann received his PhD in English from Indiana University with a Certificate in Medieval Studies. He has published an essay on John Wyclif in the DLB volume, Old and Middle English Literature, and on modern literacy in medieval languages in Exemplaria, and is currently editing and contributing to Approaches to Teaching Langland's "Piers Plowman" for the Modern Language Association. He serves on the Executive Council of the Medieval Academy's Committee on Centers and Regional Associations, and co-hosted the annual meeting of the Academy on Miami Beach in 2005.

Professor Goodmann offers courses on medieval British and European literatures, and on literature and environment. He is also at work on a book entitled, “Remembering the Summer Earth”: Women Writers of the Rural and the Wild.

Career

Education

1990Ph.D. English with a Certificate in Medieval Studies Indiana University

Professional Experience

- Member, Executive Council of the Medieval Academy's Committee on Centers and Regional Associations
- Co-host, Annual meeting of the Academy on Miami Beach
Research

Publications

Thomas Goodmann “Remembering the Summer Earth”: Women Writers of the Rural and the Wild