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Hello and welcome!

I am an Associate Professor of English Studies, specializing in early British and world literatures, as well as Co-Coordinator of the Center for Teaching and Learning, at Fitchburg State University in Fitchburg, MA. I received my Ph.D. in Medieval Studies from the University of Connecticut in 2010. My first book is available from Palgrave, entitled Memory and Confession in Middle English Literature, and explores how the traditional medieval relationship between memory and confession provides a valuable framework for understanding the employment of recollection in various Middle English literary texts. My interests, both teaching and research, are wide-ranging, from classical literature and Anglo-Saxon to Chaucer and film studies with the American Civil War thrown in for variety. In addition, I do a lot of research on encouraging student investment in learning, information literacy, and pedagogical wikis in higher education. I am in the middle of a teaching and learning book project entitled Students Are People Too. I am currently Book Review Editor for Currents in Teaching and Learning and on the board of the New England Faculty Development Consortium and the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me for any reason!

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Email: ktracy3@fitchburgstate.edu
Address: Fitchburg State University, 160 Pearl St., Fitchburg, MA 01420
Office: Miller 204
Office Phone: 978-665-4827

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