Dr. Curtin teaches "Writing About Literature," "The Renaissance," "Ancient World Literature," "Linguistics" and "Composition," Her area of specialization is Medieval and Renaissance Literature.
She is a professor of pre-1800 literature in Concordia's English department. Her areas of focus are the early modern and medieval periods, with special interests in autobiography, the interpretation of the Bible in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and the religious changes and conflicts of the Reformation. She joined CUC in 2013.
PhD, English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013
MA, English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008
BA, English, University of South Carolina, 2006
Academic and Professional Highlights
In 2011, she was awarded a Charlotte Newcombe Fellowship, a year-long, nationally competitive award that recognizes research with significance for the study of religion and ethics.