Nicholas Hill Dalbey
Email: Nick dot Dalbey at g mail dot com
MA, English Literature, Middle Tennessee State University, 2018.
Thesis: The Ascent of the Soul in the Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale.
BA, English Literature, Biola University, 2011.
Study Abroad: Scholar’s Semester in Oxford, Oxford University, England. Language and Literature Tutorials in Beowulf and Medieval Romance, 2010.
Study Abroad: Torrey Europe, Greece and Italy, Dante and his Classical Roots, 2009.
“‘Aluen hine iuengen’: Fairies, Arthur, and Ideal Kingship.” Scientia et Humanitas vol. 6, 2016, pp. 1-18.
“Review of The Sweet and the Bitter: Death and Dying in J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings by Amy Amendt-Raduege.” Fafnir: The Nordic Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy Research, no. 1 2018.
“‘Pryvee and Apert:’ The Evolution of a Consciousness of Gentility in the Wife of Bath’s Tale, ca. 1385.” 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies: Kalamazoo, MI. May 2017.
“Aluen hine iuengen: Fairies, Arthur, and Ideal Kingship.” 6th Southern Appalachian Student Conference on Literature: Johnson City, TN. April 2016.
First Place Presentation Award, EGSO Symposium, MTSU 2017
Dean’s Distinguished Essay Award, MTSU 2016
Perpetual Member of the Torrey Honors Institute 2011
Editor in Chief, Scientia et Humanitas, MTSU 2017 – 2018
Editorial Assistant, Scientia et Humanitas, MTSU 2015 – 2017
Editorial Assistant, Off Center Magazine, MTSU 2016 – 2017
Writing Tutor for National Scholarships, MTSU Honors College 2015
Speech and Debate Coach, Valley Christian High School 2014 – 2015
Classical, Medieval, and Modern Literature, Redeemer Classical Academy 2016 – Present
English 0122: 11th Grade Honors American Literature, Valley Christian High School 2011-2013
English 0115: 10th Grade Honors Literature, Valley Christian High School 2013-2015
English 0110: 10th Grade World Literature, Valley Christian High School 2011-2013
Upper School Literature Instructor, Redeemer Classical Academy 2017 — Present
Writing Consultant, MTSU University Writing Center 2016 – 2018
Graduate Assistant, MTSU English Department 2016 – 2018
Graduate Assistant, MTSU Honors College 2015 – 2016
High School English Teacher, Valley Christian High School 2011 – 2015
Latin Intensive Course, The Paideia Institute, Summer 2017
Professional Development Day, Graduate Student Association, MTSU 2017
Peck Composition Series: Seminar and Workshop with Christine Tardy, MTSU 2017
LT & ITC Workshop: Teaching Philosophy Statements, MTSU 2017
Tutor Collaboration Day: Seminar and Workshop, Vanderbilt University 2016