Dr. Dwayne Coleman

Associate Professor of English

dcoleman@uca.edu

Irby 317A

(501) 450-3488

Dwayne C. Coleman (Ph.D., English, University of Arkansas) is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Central Arkansas. While Coleman’s research has tended to focus on Thomas Malory and other works of medieval Arthurian literature, his interests are a bit diverse.  His latest essay “Murder, Manslaughter, and Reputation: Killing in Malory’s Le Morte Darthur” appears in in Medieval and Early Modern Murder, edited by Larissa Tracy and published by Boydell Press in June 2018. He teaches courses in Arthurian literature, Medieval English literature, English literature surveys, History and Structure of the English Language, and Introduction to Fiction.  His past Introduction to Fiction classes have included the topics “Knights, Vikings, and Hobbits: Medieval Heroic Literature and the Modern Imagination” and “Not Pulp Fiction: Literary Crime, Horror, and Science Fiction.”

Coleman CV

Education

Ph.D., University of Arkansas
M.A., University of Arkansas
B.A., University of Southern Mississippi

 

Areas of Specialization

Thomas Malory
Arthurian Literature of the Middle Ages
Old English

 

 

Spring 2021 Office Hours- Virtual Only 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
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Office hours are by appointment only due to covid-19. Video conferencing can be arranged.

 

Spring 2021 Class Schedule

English Lit. I ENGL 2316 TTH 9:25-10:50 Irby 304  

 

 

History and Structure ENGL 4360/5360 TTH 12:15-1:30 Irby 304
Film and Literature ENGL 1355 MWF 8:00

MWF 11:00

Irby 312