Robin Farabaugh, Senior Lecturer and Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty, holds an A.B. from Wellesley College and a Ph.D. from Cornell University. Her current academic research focuses on the writings of Early Modern women and wiki use in literature classrooms. Dr. Farabaugh also writes fiction and creative non-fiction.
Her publications include “Annual Light” (The Crab Orchard Review 9.1, Winter/Spring 2004), “Like a Rock,” (Southwest Review 90.2, 2005) “Words of Conviction: Trial Narratives and Testimony of Anne Askew and Joan of Arc,” with Gail Orgelfinger (in Attending to Early Modern Women: Gender, Culture, and Change, Associated Universities Presses, 2003) and “Ariadne, Venus, and the Labyrinth: Classical Sources and the Thread of Instruction in Mary Wroth's Works” (Journal of English and Germanic Philology, April 1997).Her essay “‘The Isle is Full of Noises’: Using Wiki Software to Establish a Discourse Community in a Shakespeare Classroom” Language Awareness Vol 16:1 2007. Her creative non-fiction “Gone” was published in the online journal, The Chesapeake Reader, in November 2007.