Faculty

All The Board Staff Preceptors Lecturers Faculty

Melissa Mayus

Melissa Mayus completed a Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame in 2015 with a dissertation on “Conceptions of Free Will in Anglo-Saxon Poetry.” Her teaching and research interests include Old English and Old Norse-Icelandic language and literature, religion and literature, and fantasy and medievalism.

Paul Peterson

Preceptor

Paul Peterson, a proud native of Minnesota, holds a Ph.D. in Germanic Medieval Studies from the University of Minnesota.

Mark Womack

Preceptor

Preceptor in the Deptment. of Language and Literature

David Russell Mosley

Dr. Mosley holds a Doctorate in theology from the University of Nottingham in Nottingham, England (2015). During his Doctorate, Dr. Mosley wrote a thesis on the relationship of deification or theosis to human creativity focusing particularly on the creative works of Dante, George MacDonald, G. K. Chesterton, J. R. R. Tolkien, and C. S. Lewis. His thesis has […]

Carl Edlund Anderson

Lecturer

Carl Edlund Anderson holds an A.B. in Folklore & Mythology from Harvard College and a Ph.D. from the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, & Celtic) at the University of Cambridge. His academic publications have treated Germanic philology, Colombian minority languages and cultures, and content and language integrated learning (CLIL).

Christopher T. Vaccaro

Christopher Vaccaro joined Signum University over the Summer of 2016. He has taught courses on Beowulf, Old English, and Tolkien for many years and is excited to work alongside the great scholars in his field here at Signum University.

Kristine Ainsworth Swank

Preceptor

Preceptor, Signum University, and Library Director, Pima Community College, Northwest Campus, Tucson, Arizona.

Karl Persson

Lecturer & Preceptor

Dr. Persson has a Doctorate in English from the University of British Columbia, and a Masters’ degree in English from the University of Regina. His area of scholarly interest is premodern literature, with reference to the ways it intersects with theological, philosophical, and sapiential traditions.

Michael D. C. Drout

Lecturer

Michael D.C. Drout is Professor of English and Director of the Center for the Study of the Medieval at Wheaton College.

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