FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 24, 2008
Office of College Communications
WENHAM, MA - Gordon College recently welcomed Andrew Logemann of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who will serve as an assistant professor in the English Department on campus.
Mr. Logemann, whose dissertation focuses on the interplay between physics and literature during the Modernist period, will specialize in teaching British literature. "The English Department is excited to have Mr. Andrew Logemann come on board and contribute to our offerings in British literature, literary criticism, and Irish literature," says Dr. Andrea Frankwitz, chair of the English Department. "With his dissertation focus on the aesthetics of science in Modern British literature, we anticipate some exciting new interdisciplinary discussions in the future."
Logemann is currently working towards the completion of his Ph.D. at Indiana University, Bloomington, where he also earned his Master of Arts. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Wheaton College.
For more information on Logemann or the English Department at Gordon College, contact Abigail Geer in the Office of College Communications at abigail.geergordon.edu.
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