Weston Kennison

Adjunct Lecturer of Latin and Humanities and Faculty Fellow In International Programs
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Wes Kennison has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1988

Weston Kennison

Office Hours: Fall 2018


Curriculum Vitae


  • M.A., Franciscan Studies, St. Bonaventure University, 1991.


  • NAFSA, The Association of International Educators

  • Association of Franciscan Colleges and Universities


  • with Ronald Herzman, "Jacopone Da Todi: The Aesthetics of Imprisonment", Franziskanische Studien.

  • "Geneseo: La Contrada Fuori Le Mura", Malborghetto.

  • "What's Next?", a bi-monthly column of the Livingston County News.

More About Me

Research Interests

  • Medieval Italian Mysticism
  • Italian Culture
  • Education in the Developing World

Other Interests

  • Travel, especially Study Abroad
  • Local politics


  • ENGL 366: ConnEarlyLit: Greek&Roman Myth

    A course charting the historical movement of pre-1700 literatures in the British Isles or globally or transnationally. The course emphasizes historical, political and cultural events through which this literature was produced; the development of genres and poetics over time; and changes in language, including for example the ways that English has changed from Old English to Early Modern.

  • LATN 101: Elementary Latin I

    Introductory communication-based language course. Develops the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Intensive practice of real-world communication and cultural knowledge. For the general education requirement, it is recommended that 102/L be taken the following Spring semester.