Teaching Experience


St. Francis College        http://jackhanna.com/?rqa=United-States-Discount-Viagra&0f6=80 January 2015 to present
Nolvadex Sale Canada Associate Professor, Department of English
        Faculty member in Women’s Studies Program and American Studies Program.

St. Francis College        http://whoisnickasmith.com/?medz=A-Quelle-Moment-Prendre-Le-Viagra&713=43 January 2015
Awarded Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor

St. Francis College         http://lawrencelussier.com/?geto=Can-You-Buy-Cialis-Otc-In-Canada&918=30 September 2010 to January 15 2015
Assistant Professor, Department of English

St. Francis College         go to link September 2007 to August 2010
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 St. Francis College       http://ncnaglegemsandbeads.com/?medz=When-Do-Clomid-Side-Effects-Wear-Off&a2a=bd   follow site January 2004 to May 2007
http://datasciencemelbourne.com/?pot=Cephalexin-500mg-For-Dogs&e99=8a Adjunct Instructor, Department of English

St. Francis College         January 2003 to May 2007
Adjunct Instructor,
Department of Philosophy



Digital Humanities Program
        Currently working to develop a Digital Humanities Program including a Major and Minor in DH.

Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing
        Assisted in the development of the College’s Low Residency MFA. The Program launched on July 5, 2017 with its first 10-day residency period.

Freshman Composition Course
        Designed and oversaw implementation of new master syllabus and assignment sequence for required freshman composition course.


New Course Offerings (Designed and Taught)

English Courses:

  • Contemporary American Women’s Poetry
  • Introduction to Digital Humanities
  • Literature of the American Civil Rights Movement
  • Major Authors: Elizabeth Bishop

Upper-Division English Seminars:

  • American Wasteland: King, McCarthy and Post-Apocalyptic Literature
  • Cyborgs, Monsters and the Transhuman (Tutorial)
  • Echoes of Gettysburg: History, Myth and Storytelling
  • Nuclear Nightmares: Storytelling After the A-Bomb
  • Ray Bradbury: Storyteller
  • Stephen King: Master Storyteller
  • Thesis Research and Proposal (Tutorial)
  • Translation and Adaptation
  • Young Adult Literature (for Education Majors with an English Concentration)

Honors Courses:

  • Freshman Seminar 2009/2010
    Semester 1:  Aesthetics
    Semester 2:  Film & Literature
  • Freshman Seminar 2013/2014
    Semester 1:  Life out of Balance
    Semester 2:  Sustainable Environment in the Arts
  • Upper-Division Seminar: Metaphors of Movement in Women’s Poetry
  • Upper-Division Seminar: Science Fiction and the Examined Life (Team-Designed and Team-Taught)

Interdisciplinary Courses:

  • America in the 1940s (Offered in the American Studies Program)
  • Crime, Justice and American Literature (Team-Designed and Team-Taught)
  • Philosophy and the Moving Image (Team-Designed and Team-Taught)
  • Philosophy and Science Fiction (Team-Designed and Team-Taught)

Departmental Courses Revised and Taught

Literature Courses

  • Auster, Updike and the Postmodern Novel
  • Brooklyn: Film & Fiction
  • Constructing Gender
  • The Emerging Female Voice
  • From Detective Stories to Romance Novels: Genre and Theory
  • Readings in American Literature 1950-2001
  • War and Writing in American Literature

Composition Courses:

  • Basic Writing (Developmental Freshman Composition)
    Traditional and Hybrid Sections
  • Business Communication
    Converted to an Online Course
  • Writing in the Public Sphere (Freshman Composition)
    Traditional, Hybrid and Online Sections
    Linked Sections (with Basic Problems in Philosophy course)


  • America in the 1960s
  • From the Earth to the Moon: SF and Space Travel
  • Literature of World War I
  • Moore, Bishop, and Schulman: A Poetic Genealogy
  • Stephen King’s American Wasteland
  • Upper-Division English Seminar: Norma Jean and the Construction of Marilyn Monroe
  • The Vietnam Conflict in Film and Fiction