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Jeffrey J. Cohen F'11, F'03

Jeffrey J. Cohen

Professor
English
The George Washington University
last updated: 10/17/17

ACLS Fellowship Program 2011
Professor
English
The George Washington University
Stories of Stone: Dreaming the Prehistoric in the Middle Ages

This project studies two forms of human encounter with stone in the Middle Ages: as a primordial natural substance that provokes wonderment about how the world’s materiality works; and as a seemingly timeless element in architectures that have long outlived their builders (e.g., Stonehenge and Neolithic graves). Stone invited medieval writers to think innovatively about time, materiality, the power of art, and the persistence of history.

ACLS Fellowship Program 2003
Associate Professor
The George Washington University
The flow of blood in medieval Norwich

Publications

Prismatic Ecology.
Prismatic Ecology. University of Minnesota Press, 2013.