J. Asia Rowe

PhD Candidate, ABD

Current CV

Dissertation: “Commonplace Dissidence: English Renaissance Humanism and its Skeptics”

Research Interests: 16th– and 17th-century English literature, Renaissance humanism, intellectual history, film and adaptation theory, book history, composition theory, writing center studies

Publications: “The Filmic Mode and Filmic Spectator in Buchowetzki’s Othello and Nelson’s O.” Literature/Film Quarterly 44.2 (2016): 150-163.

“The Erasmian Adage in the Controversy with Luther.” Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 30 (2010): 41–55.