Brantley Bryant brings medieval history to life
Medieval History

Brantley Bryant brings medieval history to life

An up and coming celebrity walks among the Sonoma State University staff. Portions of literature professor Brantley Bryant's wildly popular blog, "Geoffrey Chaucer hath a Blog," has recently been published as part of the book series "The New Middle Ages" to widespread critical acclaim.

Bryant is an assistant literature professor in the English Department and the Written English Proficiency Test (WEPT) Coordinator. Since he arrived at SSU in 2007, Bryant has taught 11 different English courses in both the graduate and undergraduate programs. He is the chair of the Academic Freedom Subcommittee, has four degrees under his belt, has written a number of academic articles and recently became a published author.

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