Office Phone: 88258
Office Location: HSS 301
Professor, Department Head of English/Writing/Linguistics
|Course schedule: Fall 2017|
|10165||ENG107H||HONORS WEST LIT||MW 1400-1550||APS 212|
|10164||ENG107H||HONORS WEST LIT||MW 1000-1150||APS 212|
|11040||ENG301||SHAKESPEARE||TR 1200-1350||HSS 332|
B.A. 1979, Seattle Pacific University M.A. 1981, Washington State University Ph.D. 1986, Washington State University
Blackburn Fellow, Washington State University, 1986-7 Visiting Assistant Professor, Gonzaga University, 1987-8 Instructor, Washington State University, 1988-9 Assistant Professor, Western Oregon University, 1989 Associate Professor, Western Oregon University, 1993 Professor, Western Oregon University, 1998
Selected Publications: "'What did the Rascal Mean by his Aeschylus?': Abraham Adams, Don Quixote, and the Bible." American Notes and Queries, 25.4 (2012): 212-215. "'Exit Pursued by a Bear' and the Day of the Lord." Notes and Queries, 58.2 (June 2011): 268-70. "Emma and Twelfth Night." Persuasions: The Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America, 30 (2008): 181-86. "'Time's Eunuch' Reconsidered." The Hopkins Quarterly, 32.1 (Winter 2005): 3-7. "'The Summoner's Tale' and Proverbs 21:14." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews, 17.2 (Spring 2004): 18-20.
English Department Chair Humanities Division Faculty Senator
Survey of Western Literature, Survey of British Literature, Shakespeare, British Novel, Literary Criticism
Jane Austen Society of North America
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