|Name:||Dr. Thomas Goldpaugh|
|Title:||Associate Professor in English|
|Office Location:||Fontaine 223|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2140|
|Degrees Held:||B.A. in English, SUNY New Paltz
Ph.D. from New York University
|Bio:||Dr. Goldpaugh first came to Marist in 1986 as an adjunct and has been teaching full-time since 1990. Dr. Goldpaugh has just completed a three-part study of the manuscripts in the David Jones Archives at the National Library of Wales. The first part of that study, "On the Traverse of the Wall: The Lost, Long Poem of David Jones," was published in the Journal of Modern Literature, while the second, "Mapping the Labyrinth: The Ur-Anathemata of David Jones," appeared in Renascence. The third article was published in David Jones: Diversity in Unity, a collection of essays published by the University of Wales Press. At present, he is completing an edition of the unpublished poetry of David Jones for the University of Wales Press.
|Interests:||Dr. Goldpaugh teaches courses in Modernism, Literary Theory, and Romanticism. He is also interested in Celtic modernism, hypertext, and the history of the book.