A.W. Strouse is a poet and a medievalist.
Strouse teaches medieval literature at the New School and at CUNY.
Ph.D., English, City University of New York
M.A., Medieval Studies, Fordham University
B.A., Literature and Interdisciplinary Science, Eugene Lang College
Modern Languages Association
Babel Working Group
Medieval Academy of America
“Macrobius’s Foreskin,” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 46.1 (2016): 7-31. .
“Sir Orfeo as a Critical/Liberal/Art,” post-medieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies 6.4 (2015): 478-84.
“‘We Play at Paste’: Glossing Fytt XIII of the Pearl with Emily Dickinson,” Glossator 9 (2015): 251-63.
“Getting Medieval on Graduate Education: Queering Academic Professionalization,” Pedagogy 15.1 (2015): 119-38.
“‘In te consumere nomen’: The Politics of Naming in Ausonius’s Mosella,” Names 62.4 (2014): 189-201.
“Misogynists as Queers in Le Livre de la Cité des Dames,” Romanic Review 104.3-4 (2013): 251-71.
Thebes (Brooklyn: Jerk Poet, 2015)
My Gay Middle Ages (Brooklyn: punctum, 2015)
Retractions & Revelations (Brooklyn: Jerk Poet, 2014)
Transfer Queen (in press)
"Mono Generation," (short film) Chicago Underground Film Festival (2017)
Poetics; medieval literature and literary theory; theology and mysticism; sex and gender.
Writing the Essay I
Invention of Literature
Invention of Literature: DSC
Augustine & Poetics Confession