Lucas Nossaman is a doctoral student with a concentration in 19th Century American Literature and Ecocriticism.
- 19th Century American Literature
- Early American Literature
- Religion and Literature
M.A. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 2013
B.A. Harding University, 2011
- "The Wisdom of 'The Farm': Sabbath Theology and Wendell Berry's Pastoralism," Renascence 70.1 (Winter 2018): 3-22.
- "Agriculture and Biblical Tradition in Jewett's ‘A Dunnet Shepherdess.’" Christianity and Literature 64.4 (Sept. 2015): 400-413.
- Review of When I Came to Die: Process and Prophecy in Thoreau’s Vision of Dying, by Audrey Raden. Nineteenth-Century Prose 46.2 (Fall 2019): 241-246.
- Review of Approaching Jonathan Edwards: The Evolution of a Persona, by Carol Ball. Christianity and Literature 68.4 (Sept. 2019): 694-697.
- Review of Henry David Thoreau: A Life, by Laura Dassow Walls. Christianity and Literature 67.3 (June 2018): 583-586.
- Review of Loving God's Wildness: The Christian Roots of Ecological Ethics in American Literature, by Jeffrey Bilbro. Christianity and Literature 65.3 (June 2016): 378-381.
Awards, Honors & Grants
- University of Tennessee Humanities Center, Graduate Student Fellowship, 2020-2021
- Thoreau County Conservation Association Graduate Student Fellowship ($1000 awarded for Thoreau-related research in greater Boston area), 2020
- Percy Adams Research Assistantship, UTK English department, 2019-2020
- University of Tennessee Chancellor’s Fellowship, 2016-2020