Liam Thomas Daley

Liam Thomas Daley

Lecturer; Preceptor

Liam Daley has been on the faculty at Signum University since its inaugural semester, Fall 2011.

Liam Daley has been on the faculty at Signum University since its inaugural semester, Fall 2011.

Liam is currently earning a PhD in English at the University of Maryland, College Park, focusing on literature of the Middle Ages and Renaissance – in particular, how the difference between “history” and “literature” changes from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, and what happens when Renaissance playwrights put medieval history on stage.

He holds a Master of Letters in Shakespeare Studies from the University of Saint Andrews, Scotland. His teaching interests at Signum include Middle English romance, Chaucer, Shakespeare, and the works of Tolkien, Lewis, and other modern fantasy writers.

Upcoming Courses

IDCourse NameDurationStart Date
LITD 5301Chaucer I: Visions of Love12 WeeksAugust 31, 2020

Other Courses

IDCourse NameDurationStart Date
LITA 5302Lewis & Tolkien12 WeeksJanuary 13, 2020
LITA 5307Beyond Middle-earth12 WeeksMay 6, 2019
LITC 5301Tolkien & Tradition12 WeeksAugust 27, 2018
LITD 5302Chaucer II: The Canterbury Tales12 WeeksJanuary 15, 2018
LITD 5305Shakespeare and the Middle Ages12 WeeksJanuary 16, 2017
LITD 5303The Arthur Story12 WeeksMay 21, 2012

Other Events

IDEvent NameDurationStart Date
Signum Symposium: Roundtable on Spring 2020 Courses1 HoursJanuary 12, 2020