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Courtney Pollard specializes in early modern English literature and is interested in gender studies, literacy studies, cultural geography and digital humanities. Her M.A. project explores how seventeenth-century English broadside ballads are a form of multimedia that contributed to the creation of public forms of literacy.
Ph.D. English. University of California, Davis. 2017 - present.
M.A. English. Colorado State University. 2015.
B.A. English, Philosophy. University of South Florida. 2011.
Select Fellowships, Grants, and Awards:
Newberry Renaissance Consortium Grant. March 2018.
Provost’s Fellowship in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. University of California, Davis. 2017-2018.
Englund Fellowship. University of California, Davis. 2017-2018.
Smith-Schamberger Literature Fellowship. Colorado State University. Fall 2015.
Graduate Student Travel Grant. Colorado State University. Spring 2015.
ENL117 Shakespeare. University of California, Davis. Fall 2018.
E342 Shakespeare I. Colorado State University. Fall 2015.
E463 Milton. Colorado State University. Spring 2015.
Select Conference Presentations:
“Playing with Pastoral: Socio-Economic and Geographic Relations in Herrick’s Hesperides.” CSU Graduate Student Showcase. Colorado State University. November 2015.
“Exploring Alternative Literacies: Reading English Broadside Ballads as Multimedia Texts.” English Graduate Student Conference. University of South Florida. March 2015.
“Creating Public Literacy: Reading Text and Image in Broadside Ballads.” CSU Graduate Student Showcase. Colorado State University. February 2015.