Dr. Julie Chamberlin
I graduated with my PhD in English from Indiana University-Bloomington in May 2019 and am currently based in Chicago. For the 2018-19 academic year, I was in residence as the Helen Ann Mins Robbins Fellow at the University of Rochester, where I was awarded a full-year dissertation research fellowship. My specialization is in medieval law and literature of the twelfth through fourteenth centuries in England and northern France, but I have taught a broad range of literature and writing courses, including “Dystopia in Popular Culture,” a themed composition course for which I personally designed the course materials and lesson plans. Within the university setting, I have also utilized my skills in media and design to create web and print materials for the Medieval Studies Institute of Indiana University, and received funding to create online modules for an interactive live-streaming online composition course at IU.