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Joshua Fullman, PhD

Professor of English

Office Phone: (951) 552-8020
Office Location: Office of Student Success, Lancer Arms 49
Office Hours: By Appointment

Degree Major Emphasis Institution Year
PhD English Southern Illinois University 2013
MBA Business Administration Faulkner University 2023
MSc Medieval Studies University of Edinburgh 2008
  • Additional Education

    MA, English, California State University, 2005
    BA, English, California State University, 2002

  • Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests

    British Literature: Medieval, Early Modern, Romantic
    Arthurian Literature
    Apocalyptic and Eschatological Literature
    Creative Writing: Poetics
    The Great Books Model
    Faith and Learning

  • Teaching Experience at Institutions Other than CBU

    Faulkner University, Professor of English, 2013-2023
    York University, Assistant Professor of English, 2011-2013
    Southern Illinois University, Graduate Assistant, 2009-2011

    Excellence in Teaching, Faulkner University, 2019
    Faculty of the Year, York University, 2013

  • Research, Presentations, & Publications

    Transformations, Metamorphoses and Incarnations (collection of poetry in progress)

    “Christian Ducats and Jewish Scales: Religious Currency in The Merchant of Venice" (article in progress)

    Betting on a Blue Rose (stage play in progress)

    “‘No Truste For to Truste In’: Malory’s Apocalyptic Vision in Le Morte D’arthur.” An Unexpected Journal, 6:2, Spring 2023

    “It’s in the Syllabus, But…”: Effects of Instructor-Initiated Out-of-Class Communication on Student Performance.” Co-author, Leah I. Fullman. Journal of Faith and the Academy, 13:2, Fall 2020

     “The Epistemology of Eschatology: Medieval Problems of Knowledge and the End of Time.” ΠΝΕΥΜΑΤΙΚΑ, 4:1, Spring 2016

    Wading through Lethe by Paulette Guerin. The North American Anglican Review, August, 2023.

    Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything About Race, Gender, and Identity – and Why This Harms Everybody by Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsay. The Journal of Faith and the Academy, 14:2, Fall 2021

    The Inklings, the Victorians, and the Moderns by Christopher Butynskyi. The Journal of Faith and the Academy, 14:1, Spring 2021

    The Book of Cain by Jeff Lowe. Southern Literary Review, June 2020 

    Alcestis in the Underworld by Nina Murray. Southern Literary Review, May 2020

    Dark Lady: A Novel of Emilia Bassano Lanyer by Charlene Ball. Southern Literary Review, September 2018 

    Undead Souths: The Gothic and Beyond in Southern Literature and Culture, Eds. Eric Gary Anderson, Taylor Hagood, and Daniel Cross Turner. Southern Literary Review, September 2016

    D--- Yankees: Demonization and Defiance in the Confederate South by George Rable. Southern Literary Review, June 2016

    Christianity and Literature by David Lyle Geoffrey and Gregory Maillet. Journal of Faith and the Academy, Spring 2014

    “Anne Bradstreet.” American Religious History: Belief and Society through Time. Ed. Gary Scott Smith. ABC-CLIO, Dec. 2020.

    Selected Poems
    Voices of Iona. Resource Publications, 2022.

    “Jubilee.” An Unexpected Journal 5:3 (Fall 2022), 143.

    “A Midwinter’s Song.” The North American Anglican Review, Winter 2021

    “A Galatian Marriage.” An Unexpected Journal, Fall 2021

    “Emhain Ablach.” The Mythic Circle, 43, 2021

    “Trans Migration.” W-Poesis, 4.14, 2021

    “Everything.” Images in Ink, Fall 2020

    Writing the Apocalypse: Literary Representations of Eschatology at the End of the Middle Ages. Diss. Southern Illinois University Press, 2023.

    A Forgotten Ideology: Malory’s Chivalry and the Image of the King. MSc Thesis. University of Edinburgh, 2008.

    The Courtship of Allyson and Aurelius: A Medieval Romance in Verse. MA Thesis. California State University, 2005.

    “A Time for Reflection: A Poetry Reading.” Professor Profile Series, Gus Nichols Library. April 27, 2023.

    “‘To Whom Honor is Due’: Teaching Honors Students to Become the Next Generation of Leaders.” Christian Scholars Conference, Convener. Co-convener Andrew Jacobs. June 5-9, 2018

    “Effects of Increased Instructor Initiated Out-of-Class Electronic Communication on Student Performance.” Christian Scholars Conference, Co-Author Leah I. Fullman. June 5-9, 2018

     “The Exiled Polis: The City Imagined in Augustinian Eschatology.” Southeastern Medieval Association. Nov 16-18, 2017.

    “Rebellion, Socialism, and Lollardy: Piers Plowman’s Pursuit of Justice” Institute of Faith and the Academy Conference. Feb 5, 2016

    “‘A Time to Plant’: Growing Faith and Liberating Learning in the Christian University.” Association of Christian Educator Preparation Programs, Faulkner University. October 30, 2015

    “Harry and the Theologians: Medieval Representations of Evil in the Harry Potter Series.” 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University. May 8-11, 2014

    “Adorning the Past: The King James Bible as Art, Artifact, and Argument” “To Make a Good One Better”: Symposium on the 500th Anniversary of the KJV, York College. November 8, 2011

    “Glorious Gods: The Eschatology of Camelot” 45th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University. May 13-16, 2010

    “The Sword and the Crown: The Use of Violence in Barbour’s Bruce and Hary’s Wallace.” Medieval-Renaissance Conference XXII: University of Virginia, Wise. September 18-20, 2008

  • Interests & Hobbies

    Home Improvement projects
    Board games

  • Personal Philosophy

    "How great is the love the Father has lavished on us that we should be called children of God. And that is what we are!" - 1 John 3:1a

    "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy" - Hamlet, 1.5.167-8

    Forever in pursuit of the True, the Good, and the Beautiful