Craig M. Rustici

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EDUCATION 1992 Ph.D. Department of English, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 1987 M.A. Department of English,University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 1986 A.B. Department of English,Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania

ACADEMIC HONORS 2003-05 NewYork State Speaker in the Humanities 2001 2001 Hofstra University, Distinguished Faculty Lecturer 1990-91 University of Chicago, Steiner-Rudolph Dissertation Year Fellowship 1987 1987 University of Chicago, R. S. Crane Award for Scholarly Writing

TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2008-Present Professor--Department of English, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York 1998-2008 Associate Professor--Department of English, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York 1992-1998 Assistant Professor--Department of English, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York

PUBLICATIONS 2006 The Afterlife of Pope Joan: Deploying the Popess Legend in Early Modern England.(University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor, 2006). 2003 "'Ceste Nouvelle Papesse': Elizabeth I and the Specter of Pope Joan." Elizabeth I: Always Her Own Free Woman. Eds. Carole Levin, Debbie Barrett-Graves, and Jo Eldridge Carney (Ashgate: Burlington, Vermont and Aldershot, England, 2003).131-148. 2000 "Gender, Disguise, and Usurpation: The Female Prelate (1680) and the Popish Successor." Modern Philology 98.2 (November 2000): 271-98. 1999 "The Smoking Girl: Tobacco and the Representation of Mary Frith." Studies in Philology 96.2 (Spring 1999): 159-79. 1999 "Muiopotmos:Spenser's 'Complaint' against Aesthetics." Spenser Studies 13(1999): 165-77. 1997 "Sonnet Writing and Experiential Learning." College Teaching 45.1 (Winter 1997): 16-18. 1992 "'The Great Sophism of All Sophisms'": Colonialist Redefinition in Bacon's Holy War." Renaissance and Reformation 16.4 (1992): 49-72.