Loyola University Maryland

Department of English

Giuseppina Iacono Lobo

Dr. G. LoboAssistant Professor


Humanities 242 P
Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21210

Phone: (410) 617-2025
Fax (410) 617-2702


  • Ph.D The Pennsylvania State University

Courses Taught

  • EN 101 Writing the Body:Disability Literature
  • EN 201 Why Satan Matters or, Sympathy for the Devil
  • EN 203  Prison Literature
  • EN 300  Literary History to 1800
  • EN 320 Milton
  • EN 325 Literature and the English Revolution
  • EN 327 Seventeenth-Century Transatlantic Women Writers
  • EN 327 Writing Behind Bars in Early Modern England
  • EN 409 Books of Conscience


  • Writing Conscience and the Nation in Revolutionary England, forthcoming University of Toronto Press, Fall 2017
  • "John Milton, Oliver Cromwell, and the Cause of Conscience," Studies in Philology 112:4 (2015):774-797
  • "Academic Guilt," in How to Build a Life in the Humanities, ed. Greg Colón Semenza and Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr. (Palsgrave Macmillan, 2015), 83-90
  • "Lucy Hutchinson's Revisions of Conscience," English Literary Renaissance 42:2 (2012): 317-341.
  • "Early Quaker Writing, Oliver Cromwell, and the Nationalization of Conscience," Exemplaria 24:1-2 (2012): 112-126
  • "Restoration Dissent, Conscience, and the Paradise Within in Paradise Lost," in To Repair the Ruins: Reading Milton, ed. Mary C. Fenton and Louis Schwartz (Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2012), 173-194.

Carol Abromaitis

Carol Abromaitis, Ph.D.

A professor of English and Catholic Studies, Dr. Abromaitis serves as advisor to students who plan to attend law school and has been teaching at Loyola for five decades

English, Catholic Studies