William Christopher Brown

William Christopher Brown earned his Ph.D. in English (major: medieval literature; minor: literary theory) from Indiana University Bloomington in 2013. His dissertation is entitled Promoting Shared Governance in Middle English Chronicles, 1199-1338. He did his M.A. in English at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, where he wrote a thesis on The Nationless Exile and the Fetish of Aristocratic Identity in Joseph Conrad’s The Arrow of Gold. He currently works as a full-time Lecturer of Composition at the University of Minnesota Crookston.

William’s article, “Homo Ludens and the Society of the Chivalric Spectacle in George A. Romero’s Knightriders,” appears in albeit 1.2: Failure