Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of English
Janet Bartholomew
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Early Modern Women's Literature | Gender Theory

Office: C745 Wells Hall
Email: bartho28@msu.edu

M.A. English, Tennessee State University
B.A. English, University of Missouri - St. Louis
B.S. Education, University of Missouri – St. Louis

Janet Bartholomew is currently a PhD student whose research interests include 16th and 17th century English women's writing, early modern gender, protofeminist exegesis, and early modern women's constructions of masculinity. Her article "'No Man Can Reprove Thy Words': The Role of Judith in the Writings of Margaret Fell" was published in the essay collection The Sword of Judith: Judith Studies Across the Disciplines by Open Book Publishers (Cambridge, 2010).

COURSES TAUGHT:

(Michigan State University)
ENG206: Topics in Global Literatures
ENG210: Foundations of Literary Study I
WRA150: Writing: The Evolution of American Thought
PCW1004: Preparation for College Writing

(Other Colleges/Universities)
Introduction to the Study of Literature
World Literature I 
Advanced Expository Writing
Freshman Composition I & II
Remedial Composition
Business and Technical Writing
Developmental Writing