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Claire Falck received her B.A. in English, Art History, and Visual Art from Bowdoin College (2005), and her M.A. and Ph.D. in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2006, 2012). Her research focuses on the intersection of visual culture, religious practice, and literary form in early modern English literature. She has articles published in the John Donne Journal and Studies in English Literature, and is currently working on a book project entitled "Radiant Shrines," that analyzes images of God and generic innovation in early modern English Protestant poetry. She teaches the early British literature survey, Shakespeare, and courses on early modern and Renaissance literature.