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Dr. Randall Clack
Associate Professor of English

Why I Teach:

“To quote Dr. Timothy Leary (completely out of context), teaching affords me the opportunity to change “my mind among others.”

Contact Information

College Center 407
(302) 736-2540
randall.clack(at)wesley.edu

Degrees

Ph.D., English, University of Connecticut
M.A., English, University of Alabama, at Birmingham
B.A., English, Auburn University
B.A., Journalism, Seattle Pacific University

Professional Activities

I have interests in mysticism and literature and have published a book on the metaphor of alchemical regeneration in the work of Edward Taylor, Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Margaret Fuller.

My current project, “Outlaw Territory,” examines the theme of radical individualism and freedom in early American literature.

Courses Taught

EN207 American Literature
EN209 World Literature
EN332 Studies in Poetry: African-American Poetic
EN334 African-American Literature
EN353 American Romantic Writers
EN415 American Outlaw
HU222 World Mythology