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Dr. Jonathan Barron

Full Professor


Jonathan N. Barron is Professor of English. He is the director of The Robert Frost Society and edits The Robert Frost Review. He is the author of "How Robert Frost Made Realism Matter" (Missouri 2015). In addition to articles on American poetry, Jewish American literature, Barron has also edited books on Jewish American poetry and Robert Frost.

  • American Literature and American Studies (PHD) - Indiana University-Bloomington (1990)
  • MA - Indiana University-Bloomington (1987)
  • English and American Studies Double Major (BA) - Tufts University (1984)

Jewish American Literature, Modern American Poetry,

  • How Robert Frost Made Realism Matter. , 2015
  • ”Robert Frost,” , Scribner’s American Writers Retrospective. Supplement III. Ed and invited by Jay Parini. , 2017
  • “Subjects and Bric-a-Brac: Frost and Stevens, Snowmen and Woodchucks”, Wallace Stevens Journal , 2017
  • “Jewish American Writers and Naturalism,” , Gale Researcher/American Literature, 2016, 2016
  • “Robert Frost in Early Twentieth Century London: Harold Monro’s Poetry and Drama and Eros.” , English Literature in Transition, 2019
  • Independent Applying the QM Rubric (Virtual) (APPQMR)
  • Preventing Discrimination & Harassment: Employees V2.3
  • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
  • Title IX: Preventing Sexual Misconduct for Faculty and Staff – "Responsible Employee" Edition
  • Bullying Prevention for Higher Education Staff
  • Code of Conduct for Higher Education
  • Diversity Benefits for Higher Education Employees
  • FCOI Disclosure Process at USM_2017V2
  • Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence Refresher: Title IX VAWA & Clery Act for Faculty & Staff
  • Respect and Inclustion Series: Uncovering Implicit Bias
  • FERPA for Higher Education
  • Modern Language Association
  • Robert Frost Society
  • French (Professional Working)

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Areas of Expertise

American Poetry, Robert Frost, Jewish American Literature