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Lea M. Williams received her B.A. in comparative literature from the American University of Paris and her M.A. and Ph.D. in comparative literature from the University of Oregon.
F. Brett Cox received a B.A. in English and philosophy from the University of South Carolina-Coastal Carolina College, an M.A. in English with emphasis in creative writing from the University of South Carolina-Columbia, and a Ph.D. in English with emphasis in American Literature from Duke University.
Brian Glenney joined the Norwich faculty in 2015. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, an MLitt from St. Andrews University in Scotland, and a Bachelor of Science in Philosophy from the University of Washington.
Dalyn Luedtke received her B.A. in literature and writing with an emphasis on writing from California State University-San Marcos and her Ph.D. in rhetoric, composition, and the teaching of English from the University of Arizona.
Carl G. Martin joined the English faculty at Norwich in 2010, and specializes in early English language and literature. He regularly teaches surveys and seminars on early British literature, Literary Methods, and the History of the English Language, as well as science fiction and biblical literature.
Sean Prentiss is a professor of creative writing. He is the author of Finding Abbey: A Search for Edward Abbey and His Hidden Desert Grave, a memoir about Edward Abbey and the search for home. Finding Abbey won the 2015 National Outdoor Book, the New Mexico-Arizona Book Award, and the Utah Book Award.