Willis Salomon, Ph.D.
- Associate Professor , English
Willis Salomon teaches a variety of courses at all levels in both the English Department and in interdisciplinary programs such as Humanities 1600, Humanities 2301, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies. He has published articles and book chapters on topics as diverse as literary theory, Early Modern rhetoric, psychoanalysis and poetry, post-1968 American cultural politics, and the novels of Saul Bellow. His current research involves scientific and philosophical ideas in Early Modern poetry.