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Dr. Jennifer Lodine-Chaffey

Assistant Professor

English, Humanities, & Languages

jlodine-chaffey@se.edu

Morrison 329

580-745-2590

Education

Ph.D. Washington State University (2017)
M.A. Literature, University of Montana (2013)
M.A. History, University of Montana (2006)
B.A. History and English, Judson College (2004)

Biography

Originally from Missoula, Montana, Jennifer Lodine-Chaffey received her Ph.D. in Early Modern English Literature from Washington State University (WSU) in 2017. Following the completion of her doctorate, she taught literature, composition, and technical writing for three years at WSU Tri-Cities. She has published articles focused on early modern engagements with death and mourning, including pieces on Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, Marlowe’s Tamburlaine, and Milton’s Samson Agonistes. Recently, she completed a book manuscript that explores representations of female executions during the early modern period.

Courses Taught

HUM 2113: Early Humanities
ENG 3893: World Literature in Translation
ENG 4113: Age of Shakespeare
ENG 4323: Selected British Authors
ENG 5203: Studies in British Literature