Michial Farmer

Michial Farmer, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor of English
Department:  Humanities & Social Sciences

Education:
Bachelor of Arts in English, Toccoa Falls College
Master of Arts in English, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Doctor of Philosophy in English, University of Georgia

Affiliations:
The Conference for Christianity and Literature

Classes Taught:
English classes, Introduction to Philosophy

Published Works:

  • Imagination and Idealism in John Updike’s Fiction. Rochester, NY: Camden House. Forthcoming.
  • “An Existentialist Ars Moriendi: Death and Sacrifice in John Updike’s The Centaur.” Literature and Theology. Forthcoming.
  • “I Mourn the Body Electric: Science, Technology, Nature, and Art in Sarah Ruhl’s In the Next Room.” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies. Forthcoming.
  • “Never the Right Food: The Physical and Spiritual Worlds in John Updike’s Rabbit, Run and Flannery O’Connor’s Wise Blood.” Religion and the Arts. Forthcoming.
  • “The Vicious Circle: An Emersonian Reading of Eliot’s ‘Ash-Wednesday.’” Integrité 13.1 (Spring 2014): 14-28.
  • “William Faulkner’s Failed Augustine.” The Explicator. 68.1 (2010): 58-61.
  • “Throwing Inkwells with Martin Luther, Oscar Wilde, and The Sphinx.” The Wildean. 31 (2007).