Free Enterprise Institute Faculty

Clint Brand

Dr. Brand is associate professor of English at the University of St. Thomas, Houston, where he teaches courses on Shakespeare, Milton, 17th Century poetry, and the classical literary tradition.  He received his Ph.D. in English Literature from Vanderbilt University.  Dr. Brand was assistant professor at Southern Illinois University (1995-2001) and lecturer at the University of Notre Dame.  He was a Richard M. Weaver Graduate Fellow (1993-1994) and received his B.A. from the University of Dallas, magna cum laude.


“Overview: Catholic Culture in Literature and Art,” Mapping the Catholic Cultural Landscape, (Rowman & Littlefield, 2004): 3-7

“Restoring All Things in Christ: Some Reflections on the Pastoral Provision for the Anglican Use of the Roman Rite,” Mapping the Catholic Cultural Landscape, (Rowman & Littlefield, 2004): 259-274

“Upon Appleton House and the Decomposition of Protestant Historiography,” English Literary Renaissance (Vol. 31, 2002).

“Sacramental Initiation and Residual Catholicism in Spenser’s Legend of Holiness,” Reformation (Vol. 6, 2002).

“’Times winged Charriot’:  Marvell’s Poetics of Secularization,” The Ben Jonson Journal  8 (2001):  291-326.

“An Echo Beyond the Mexique Bay: Andrew Marvell, Thomas Gage, and Lord Fairfax,” Discoveries. 17 (2000): 3-5.

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