Robert Kilgore, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Renaissance Literature
Department of English, Speech and Theatre
As an Assistant Professor of Renaissance Literature, Dr. Kilgore can speak to the literature, history and religion of the 16th and 17th centuries, sometimes encompassing the Middle Ages, the period of European history extending from the 5th to the 15th centuries.
Virginia Tech, B.A. in English, 1996
Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business, M.B.A. in Human Resources Management, 1998
University of South Carolina, M.A. in English and American Literature, 2003
University of South Carolina, Ph.D. in Early Modern Literature, 2008
University of South Carolina
Writing Assistant in the Writing Center, 2001
Graduate Teaching Assistant, 2002
Adjunct Professor of English, 2007
Visiting Assistant Professor, 2008
Assistant Professor of Renaissance Literature, 2010
Director of the English, Speech and Theatre Department’s Internship Program
Advisor to the USCB Writing Center
Irene D. Elliott Award for First Year English Teaching, 2003
William H. Nolte Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, 2005
William Richey Fellowship, 2006.
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