Associate Professor of English
A.B., Harvard; Ph.D., Yale
A member of the English department since 2013, Ross teaches Milton, Shakespeare, Renaissance Literature, and English Drama to 1642. His essays have appeared in Studies in Philology, Spenser Studies, and Ben Jonson Journal, as well as in the edited collections Forms of Faith: Literary Form and Religious Conflict in Early Modern England (2017) and Scholarly Milton (2019). In recent years, he has also taught regularly for the interdisciplinary Humanities program and the Sewanee School of Letters.