Ian Frederick Moulton

 

 


 

Ian Frederick Moulton is Professor of English in the College of Letters and Sciences at Arizona State University. He is a cultural historian and literary scholar who has published widely on the representation of gender and sexuality in early modern European literature. Professor Moulton was born in London, UK, raised in Winnipeg, Canada, and received his Ph.D. in English from Columbia University before joining ASU in 1995. He is the author of Love in Print in the Sixteenth Century: The Popularization of Romance (Palgrave, 2014), as well as the co-editor of Teaching Early Modern English Literature from the Archives (MLA, 2015). He regularly teaches Classical Literature in translation and English literature from the medieval period to 1800 for ASU Online. Professor Moulton is fluent in French and Italian and has a reading knowledge of Spanish, Latin, and Ancient Greek.




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Learn about the origins and development of Western societies and institutions from the ancient world through the Middle Ages in this credit-eligible course. This course will provide a general outline of European history from Ancient times through 1500 AD, covering a variety of European historical periods and cultures, including Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Celtic, Frankish and others.

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