Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of English
Neal Klomp
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KlompN.JPGEarly Modern English Literature

Office: C707 Wells Hall
Email: klompnea@msu.edu

M. A. English Studies, Illinois State University
B. A. English Honors, Wayne State University

Neal Klomp is a PhD candidate in Early Modern English Literature. His research interests include the politics of open/crowd sourcing, service, and theories of historical modernism. His dissertation, (tentatively titled, The Plague, Alehouses, and Tradesmen's Sons: The Informal Political Culture of Turn of the Century London) explores politics of the middling and lower sort through the plague's terror and alehouses community. 

COURSES TAUGHT:

Michigan State University

ENG126: Introduction to Literary Genres
ENG140: Introduction to Popular Literature
ENG142: Literature and History
ENG320A: English Literary History
IAH207: Integrated Arts and Humanities
ENG310B:  English Literature 1660-1789

Illinois State University

ENG101: Composition as Critical Inquiry: Introduction to College Writing