Coordinator, Literary and Cultural Studies Concentration
Phone: (901) 678-5283
Office: Patterson 416
B.A., 1991, Columbia University
M.A., 1995, University of Chicago
Ph.D., 2002, University of Chicago
Joshua Phillips received his M.A. and Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University
of Chicago. His research interests include Medieval and Renaissance European literature,
the history of the book, law and literature, and literary theory.
- “Humanism,” The Book in the Age of Theater: 1550-1700, Exhibition Catalogue, ed. Larry Norman (University of Chicago Library Press, 2001).
- “Plays, Printing, and Publics,” The Book in the Age of Theater: 1550-1700, Exhibition Catalogue, ed. Larry Norman (University of Chicago Library Press, 2001).
- “Staking Claims to Utopia: Thomas More, Fiction, and Intellectual Property,” Material Culture and Cultural Materialism in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. Curtis Perry (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 2001).
- "Th'Intertraffique of the Minde’: Publishing John Florio's Translation of Montaigne's
Essais.” Montaigne Studies, 11 (Autumn 1999) 209-232.