Chris Fee

Chairperson and Professor of English

Fee teaches a first-year seminar on the Literature of Homelessness that includes a substantial service-learning component in Washington, DC. He has published numerous articles and written several books including 2001's Gods, Heroes, and Kings: The Battle for Mythic Britain (co-authored with mythology scholar David Leeming). Fee regularly appears in media, including the Huffington Post and and WSJ's MarketWatch on issues related to poverty and homelessness.

Topics:

Poverty, homelessness, Old Norse, and British, Medieval & Indo-European Mythology

Expertise: Poverty and medieval studies

Education: Ph.D. University of Glasgow, Scotland, M.A. University of Connecticut, M.A. Loyola University, B.A. Baldwin-Wallace College

Recent Work:

Torture and Text in Anglo-Saxon England: Pain and the Body in Old English Religious Verse, is Fee's most recent book.

Contact Information:

cfee@gettysburg.edu
717.337.6762

Campus Box 397
300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325





Media Director's Contact Information:

Jamie Yates
Director of Communications & Media Relations

Gettysburg College
300 North Washington Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

jyates@gettysburg.edu
717.337.6801 (o)
717.856.7301 (c)
717.337.8461 (f)