Loyola University Maryland
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Baltimore, MD 21210
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- Ph.D Harvard University
- B.A. New York University
Timothy Michael is a scholar, critic, and teacher of British Romanticism. Related research and teaching interests include eighteenth-century literature and philosophy, lyric poetry of all ages, German and American Transcendentalism, and literary criticism and theory. In his teaching, Professor Michael is particularly interested in the kinds of aesthetic pleasure that literature, especially poetry, can produce.
He is currently at work on a book entitled British Romanticism and the Critique of Political Reason.
Recent publications have appeared in Studies in Romanticism and Critical Inquiry.
Prior to coming to Loyola, Professor Michael was a member of the Society of Fellows at the University of Chicago.
- EN101 Understanding Literature
- EN350 The Romantic Movement
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