Baker Shutt is a professor of humanities at Kenyon
College. He was educated at the Hotchkiss School at Yale and at the University
of Virginia, where he studied as a duPont Fellow and later as a Mellon
Post-Doctoral Fellow. Since 1986 he has taught medieval and Renaissance
literature and more broadly—from antiquity to the twentieth century and
beyond—in the Integrated Program in Humane Studies. He has been honored with
the Trustee Award for Distinguished Teaching.
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