- Professor of English
- Robert H. Ray Chair in Humanities
- MA and PhD in English Language and Literature from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI)
- BA in English and History from Colgate University (Hamilton, NY)
- Ancient Greece and Rome (for the Honors College)
- Medieval and Renaissance (for the Honors College)
- Romantic Poetry and Prose
- Victorian Poetry and Prose
- Seventeenth-Century Poetry and Prose
- C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien
- Film (classics, Hitchcock, Capra, Hollywood Studios, musicals, etc.)
Dr. Markos, who is an authority on C. S. Lewis and who lectures on Ancient Greece and Rome for HBU’s Honors College, is the author of sixteen books: A Worldview Guide to the Iliad, A Worldview Guide to the Odyssey, A Worldview Guide to the Aeneid, From A to Z to Middle-Earth with J. R. R. Tolkien, The Dreaming Stone, From A to Z to Narnia with C. S. Lewis, C. S. Lewis: An Apologist for Education, Heaven & Hell: Visions of the Afterlife in the Western Poetic Tradition, On the Shoulders of Hobbits: The Road to Virtue with Tolkien and Lewis, Literature: A Student’s Guide, Apologetics for the Twenty First Century, Restoring Beauty: The Good, the True, and the Beautiful in the Writings of C. S. Lewis, The Eye of the Beholder: How to See the World like a Romantic Poet, From Achilles to Christ: Why Christians Should Read the Pagan Classics, Pressing Forward: Alfred, Lord Tennyson and the Victorian Age, and Lewis Agonistes: How C. S. Lewis can Train us to Wrestle with the Modern and Postmodern World. All these books are available at his Amazon author page.
He has also produced two lecture series available from the Teaching Company, The Life and Writings of C. S. Lewis; Plato to Postmodernism: Understanding the Essence of Literature and the Role of the Author, published over 120 articles and reviews in such journals as Christianity Today, Touchstone, Theology Today, Christian Research Journal, Mythlore, Christian Scholar’s Review, Saint Austin Review, American Arts Quarterly, and The City, and had his modern adaptation of Euripides’ Iphigenia in Tauris, Euripides’ Helen, and Sophocles’ Electra performed off-Broadway in the Fall of 2011, Fall of 2012, and Spring of 2013, respectively. His adaptations of Medea and Oedipus are on the docket for future performances. He has also co-written a film about the life and conversion of C. S. Lewis.