by Dr. Jayson Grieser A Hamlet who forgives? A Lear who regains his kingdom? After writing the greatest tragedies the world has ever seen, Shakespeare, at the end of his career, turned to something surprising, something derided by contemporary Philip Sidney as “mongrel,” not......
Jayson C. Grieser, Ph.D.
Fellow of Literature
Ph.D. in Literature, University of Dallas, 2011
M.A. in Literature, University of Dallas, 2003
B.A. in Liberal Arts and Culture, New Saint Andrews College, 2002
Dr. Grieser is a Fellow of Literature and coordinator of the College’s senior-year, team-taught, integrated humanities course, Traditio Occidentis. Dr. Grieser joined the College faculty in 2007 after pursuing his M.A. (2003) and doctoral studies in literature at the University of Dallas. He completed his Ph.D. work on the poetry and perspectives of George Herbert at the University of Dallas in 2011. He received his B.A. in Liberal Arts and Culture, Cum Laude, from New Saint Andrews College in May 2002. At the request of the administration and faculty of the College, he represented the Class of 2002 and delivered the student address at the College’s Fifth Commencement. His senior thesis was entitled, “Jerusalem Owns Athens: Early Church Fathers on Classical Education.” Dr. Grieser and wife Hannah have five sons.
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