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 WSJ's MarketWatch on issues related to poverty and homelessness.


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:

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
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