Chuck Gobin

Professor, Department Chair
MO 302
(859) 858-3511 ext. 2191

Professor Gobin chairs the English Department at Asbury University, where he joined the faculty in 1996. He has also taught at the University of Alabama and Stillman College. His PhD research at the University of Florida focused on 18th-century British Literature, especially the satire of Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. His other research and teaching interests include the development of the Novel (particularly the works of Daniel Defoe and Henry Fielding), Contemporary Literature, and Film Studies--especially narrative and adaptation theory.

Degrees: 

PhD, English, University of Florida, 1994

MA, English, University of Florida, 1989

AB, English, University of Georgia, 1982

Courses offered: 
ENG 110 Exposition and Research
ENG 151 Advanced Exposition and Research
ENG 205 Literature and Culture
ENG 231 The British Literary Tradition I
ENG 311 The English Novel
ENG 315 Film as Literature
ENG 340 Modern Poetry
ENG 348 Contemporary Literature
ENG 382 Reason and Revolution: Studies in the Longer Eighteenth Century
Affiliations: 

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

Modern Language Assocation

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