Faith Acker

Faith Acker

Lecturer

Faith Acker holds a PhD in Renaissance Literature and teaches Latin and literature.

Faith Acker received her PhD in Renaissance Literature from the University of St Andrews in 2012. She first joined Signum in 2011, serving as a preceptor for the inaugural course “The Great Tales: Tolkien and the Epic.” Her broader literary interests include classical literature, medieval literature, and the development of the novel, although her doctoral thesis and current research are focused more specifically on Shakespeare’s poetry, eighteenth-century editors, and early readers. In her spare time, Faith enjoys reading, hiking, and cataloging books.

Events

IDEvent NameDurationStart Date
Signum Symposium: Spring 2019 Faculty Roundtable (Take 2)1 HoursJanuary 8, 2019
Signum Symposium: Spring 2019 Faculty Roundtable1 HoursDecember 11, 2018

Courses

IDCourse NameDurationStart Date
LITD 5306The Life and Times of the English Epic12 WeeksJanuary 14, 2019
LITZ 5301Introduction to Theory, Research and Writing12 weeksAugust 27, 2018
LNGB 5302Elementary Latin II12 weeksAugust 28, 2017
LNGB 5301Elementary Latin I12 WeeksMay 8, 2017
LITD 5305Shakespeare and the Middle Ages12 WeeksJanuary 16, 2017