AboutCaitlin Rose Brenner has recently received her doctoral degree in English Literature from Texas A&M University. Dr. Brenner specializes in medieval studies with special expertise in translation studies, women and gender studies, book history, and the digital humanities. She is particularly passionate about public outreach endeavors and strives to support efforts to broaden scholarly accessibility.
She currently works as digitization library assistant at the Dolph Briscoe Center of American History and as writing assessment specialist for the OnRamps program, both at the University of Texas at Austin. She has six years of experience in education and has taught thirteen sections of upper- and lower-level undergraduate courses, as well as experience working with middle- and high-school students. Dr. Brenner has served as project manager for the Center of Digital Humanities Research at TAMU and as editorial fellow for the World Shakespeare Bibliography.
EducationAugust 2019 – Ph.D. in English Literature, Texas A&M University
May 2013 – M.A. in English Literature, the University of Houston
December 2009 – B.A in English and Philosophy (double major), Texas Tech University
PublicationsBrenner, Caitlin Rose. “Recasting A and B: Henry Medwall’s Fulgens and Lucres and the Parody of Humanism.” The Modern Language Review. 115.2 (2020): 241-263.