Eastern Michigan University
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Dominic Meo

Graduate Assistant

Dominic Meo Pray Harrold 613P

Office Hours: Contact for appointment.

dmeo@emich.edu

Education

BA (Honors) in Language, Literature, and Writing with an Interdisciplinary Major in Children's Literature and Drama/Theatre for the Young — Eastern Michigan University.

Interests and Expertise

Dominic Meo is a Masters of Literature candidate at Eastern Michigan University. There, he teaches introductory Composition and assists in Children’s Literature lectures—and currently serves as the Editorial Intern for the forthcoming special issue of the Journal of Narrative Theory: “Women's Experimental Forms” (Vol. 48.3). 

His research interests are centered in Tolkenian Scholarship and the study of J. R. R. Tolkien’s  Legendarium.


Dominic also serves as the President of the English Graduate Student Association at EMU. For more information about EGSA, please contact him at the email address above (or reach out to the Vice President, Vee Kennedy, at kkenne14@emich.edu). 

Courses

Instructor:

  • WRTG120 — Composition I: Writing the College Experience
  • WRTG121 — Composition II: Researching the Public Experience

Teaching Assistant:

  • CHL 207 — Introduction to Children's Literature

Recent Publications and Presentations

Meo, Dominic DiCarlo, "'A Merrier World': Small Renaissances Engendered in J. R. R. Tolkien's Legendarium" (2017). Senior Honors Theses. 555.

Co-author of the 2016—and upcoming 2017—“Eliot Bibliography” for both the T. S. Eliot Society and the new T. S. Eliot Annual with Dr. Elisabeth Däumer.