Faculty Profile for Dr. Daniel T Lochman
Biography and EducationDaniel T. Lochman is a professor in the Department of English at Texas State University. He received a MA in English Literature from Loyola University of Chicago and a PhD in English Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with Renaissance Literature as an Area of Concentration and and an Adjacent Area in Late Medieval Literature.
Teaching InterestsEdmund Spenser, Philip Sidney, Early Modern Romance, Pastoral Literature, Literary Scholarship, 16th Century Prose and Poetry, Shakespeare, Milton, Cognitive Studies, Critical Theory, Origins of Civilization (Honors)
Research InterestsHistory of distributed cognition and early modern literature, cognitive theoretical approaches to literary study, early modern culture and literature
Selected Scholarly/Creative Work
- Lochman, D. T. (2021). “The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia is for the body… and soul”: Enérgeia and Enaction in Sidney’s Apology and Arcadia. Sidney Journal, 38(2), 5–28.
- Lochman, D. T. (2019). “Pierced with Passion: Extended Brains, Bodies, and Worlds in Early Modern Texts.” In The History of Distributed Cognition: Medieval and Renaissance, ed. Michael Wheeler and Miranda Anderson (Vol. 2, pp. 229–249). Edinburgh, Scotland, UK: University of Edinburgh Press.
- Lochman, D. T. (2018). “[T]he fault of the man and not the poet”: Sidney’s Troubled Double Vision of Thomas More’s Utopia. Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme, 41, 93–115. Retrieved from https://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/renref
- Lochman, D. T. (2018). Textual Memory and the Problem of Coherence in Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene. Costellazione: Rivista Di Lingue e Letterature, 5, 147–179. Retrieved from https://www.rivistacostellazioni.org/
- Lochman, D. (2014). “Colet, Linacre, and a Galenic Mystical Body.” Moreana, 51(14-Dec), 115–137.
- Award / Honor Recipient: Professor of International Studies, Liberal Arts. January 1, 2010 - Present
- Award / Honor Recipient: Favorite Professor, Alpha Chi National College Honor Society. January 1, 2014
- Award / Honor Recipient: College of Liberal Arts Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Service. January 1, 2009
- Award / Honor Recipient: Faculty Member of the Year Award, H.L. Grant Catholic Student Center. January 1, 2009
- Award / Honor Recipient: Goodbread Mentoring Award, Texas State Honors Program. January 1, 2005
- Lochman, Daniel (Principal). Research Enhancement Grant for study of archives in Rome, $3080. (Submitted: January 1, 2000). Grant.
- Lochman, Daniel (Principal). Library acquisition funds for CETEDOC Library of Christian Classics, $5000. (Submitted: 1998). Grant.
- Lochman, Daniel (Principal). Library Research Grant to purchase microfilm of the MSs of John Colet, $250. (Submitted: 1990). Grant.
- Lochman, Daniel (Principal). Organized Research Grant to study the manuscripts of John Colet during Summer 1990, $3700. (Submitted: June 1, 1990). Grant.
- Lochman, Daniel (Principal). Merrick Grant for Research Related to Curriculum Development, Faculty Advancement Center at Texas State. (Submitted: January 1, 1986). Grant.
Selected Service Activities
Department of English
January 1, 2011-August 31, 2019
Search Committee for Chief Diversity Officer, Equity and Access and Title IX Director
November 2017-April 2018
Search Committee, Associate Dean for the Honors College
May 2017-November 2017
Strategic/Curricular Planning, College of Liberal Arts
Hiring Committee - 19th-Century British Literature