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Ancient, medieval, and Renaissance poetry; Shakespeare; history of poetry; literature and religion; literature and the natural world.
Theresa Krier's scholarship is in ancient, medieval, and Renaissance poetry; her teaching interests include poetry and poetics, religion and literature, Shakespeare, genre, and nature writing. She is the author of Birth Passages: Maternity and Nostalgia, Antiquity to Shakespeare (Cornell, 2001) and Gazing on Secret Sights: Spenser, Classical Imitation, and the Decorums of Vision (Cornell, 1990). She is the editor of Refiguring Chaucer in the Renaissance (Florida, 1998); co-editor, with Elizabeth D. Harvey, of Luce Irigaray and Premodern Culture: Thresholds of History (Routledge, 2004), and co-editor of two special issues of Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual. She is currently at work on a book about gesture and movement in poetry, and is developing new courses: "The Literary Bible" and "Myth in Literature."
- On Sabbatical for Fall Semster 2012
- Poetry (135-01), Spring
- Shakespeare Studies (310-01), Spring
- “Gender Studies and Spenser Studies.” The Oxford Handbook of Spenser Studies, ed. Richard McCabe.
- “Field Poetics.” Review essay of Environment & Embodiment in Early Modern England. Shakespeare Studies.
- “The Faerie Queene (1596).” In A Critical Companion to Spenser Studies, ed. Bart van Es.
- “Time Lords: Rhythm and Interval in Spenser’s Stanzaic Narrative.” Spenser Studies XXI (2006): 1-19.
- “Psychic Deadness in Allegory: Spenser’s House of Mammon and Attacks on Linking.” In Imagining Death in Spenser and Milton.
- “Mère marine: Narrative and Natality in Homer and Virgil.” In Luce Irigaray and Premodern Culture: Thresholds of History.
- “Daemonic Allegory: The Elements in Late Spenser, Late Shakespeare, and Irigaray.” Spenser Studies XVIII, pages 315-42.
- The Edmund Spenser Home Page
- Copia, an online resource to further research in Renaissance literature
- The Spenser Review
- The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
- The Perseus Project: all things from ancient Greece and Rome
- Women in Higher Education
- Luminarium: medieval, Renaissance, 17th-century literature, art, music
- Chaucer: Primary texts, essays, graphics, audio keys to pronunciation, information on life and times
- Arthuriana Complete
- Arthuriana/Camelot Project Bibliographies
- ASLE: Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment
- Hay in Art
PhD: University of Michigan, 1983