EUGENE CROOK, Professor, Ph.D. Illinois (1970), specializes in medieval literature and film. He won an Amoco Award for excellence in teaching in 1976, a President's Teaching Award in 1987, and a University Teaching Incentive Award in 1994.
- With Ronald L. Ecker, The Canterbury Tales Translated in Modern English, Hodge and Braddock, 1993.
- On the Four Kinds of Marriage by Lothario de Segni (Innocent III), intro. and trans., Analecta Cartusiana, 1982.
- Fearful Symmetry: Doubles and Doubling in Literature and Film, ed., University of Florida Press, 1981.
- With Peter Ruppert, Ideas of Order in Literature and Film, ed., University of Florida Press, 1980.
- Handbook of Middle English Grammar: Phonology by Richard Jordan, trans. and rev. Mouton, 1974.
- British Authors: Early Romantics to the Present, 2nd ed. rev. University of Florida, 2003.
- British Authors: Beginnings to the Augustans, 3rd ed. rev. University of Florida, 2003.
- With Maricarmen Martinez, Multicultural Film: A Reader, 2nd ed. rev. Pearson Publishing, 2003.
- With Maricarmen Martinez, Multicultural Film: Essays, Pearson Publishing, 2003.
- With Maricarmen Martinez, Multicultural Film: An Anthology, Pearson Publishing, 2003.
- Ranulf Higden, Speculum curatorum: A Mirror for Curates, edition and translation with Margaret Jennings. In press at Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations.
- Ranulf Higden, Distinctiones: The Spiritual Sense of Words, edition and translation.
Recent Papers Presented
- "Ranulf Higden Edits the Magna Carta" at the Medieval Academy of America (New Haven 2010)
- "Making Sin Tangible in the Speculum Curatorum (2.2)" at the 45 International Medieval Congress (Kalamazoo 2010)