Zachary Hines

Zachary Hines

Zachary Hines

Assistant Professor

Galvin Hall
4240 Campus Dr, Lima, OH 45804

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Areas of Expertise

  • Medieval Literature
  • Manuscript Culture
  • Book History


  • PhD, English, The University of Texas at Austin, 2018
  • MA, Medieval English, Kings College London, 2010
  • BA, English and Anthropology, Wake Forest University, 2009

Zachary Hines is an assistant professor of English at The Ohio State University, where he specializes in medieval literature and book history. Zach’s archival scholarship explores relationships between premodern literary works and the material forms in which they survive – in particular, how individual collectors and institutional libraries during the English Renaissance sought to amplify the “medieval” qualities of handwritten books from the Middle Ages. On Ohio State’s Lima campus, Zach teaches first-year writing, historical surveys in British Literature and upper-division courses on medieval and early modern literary culture.

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