VP for Academic Affairs

Brown, Eric
Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost
Phone: 207.778.7457
1998 PhD Louisiana State University; 1993 BA English, University of Maine; 1993 BA Zoology, University of Maine
Areas of Expertise
English: Film Studies, Science and Literature, Shakespeare, Milton, and other Renaissance Literature

Eric Brown teaches courses in early British literature, including Shakespeare, and his research interests range from film to the natural sciences. He has twice been a visiting professor at Harvard University, where he was also a post-doctoral fellow in Renaissance studies, and at the Université du Maine (Le Mans).  He spent a year as a Fulbright scholar at the University of Bergen, Norway, and in 2011-12 he was Trustee Professor at the University of Maine at Farmington.  He has published over thirty essays on such figures as Shakespeare, Milton, Spenser, Sidney, Donne, and Marlowe.  He is editor of the book Insect Poetics (University of Minnesota Press, 2006), an interdisciplinary collection that theorizes insects in a variety of texts and contexts, and co-editor of the book Shakespeare in Performance (Cambridge Scholars, 2013). He has recently published the book Milton on Film, detailing cinematic adaptations of Paradise Lost.

DeGraw, Carla
Phone: 207.778.7241
1996 MSED Individualized: Adult Education, University of Maine
Ellms, Mary
Coordinator of First Year Experience
Phone: 207.778.7476
2013 MA Communication, University of Maine; 2008 BFA Creative Writing & English, University of Maine at Farmington
Lord, Sandra
Administrative Specialist - Conf - CL3
Phone: 207.778.7276