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Dr. Chad Schrock

is Associate Professor of English at Lee University, with a 2010 PhD from Penn State. He specializes in early British literature specifically and religion-and-literature more broadly. He teaches Rhetoric & Research (currently sub-themed “How to Read Intelligently for Pleasure”) in the Kairos core, Western Literature I: Ancient to Renaissance in the General Education Core, and hardcore English classes that range from Chaucer and Shakespeare to Capstone.

He has work published or forthcoming on texts from the fourth, fifth, eighth (depending on how you date Beowulf), twelfth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries, and there is mounting evidence that someone he does not know personally has actually read from his book Consolation in Medieval Narrative (2015).

His adorable and fascinating wife, Rachel, is an assistant worship leader at their church, and they have adopted two adorable and fascinating children: Toby and Lucy.

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