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Robert Rebein
Professor and Chair of English

Phone: 317-274-1405
Email: rrebein@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501S


Robert Rebein English, Creative Writing, Graduate Faculty, Teaching Writing Certificate 317-274-1405 rrebein@iupui.edu Professor and Chair of English B.A. University of Kansas 1988
M.A. Exeter University (England) 1990
Ph.D. State University of New York at Buffalo 1995
M.F.A. Washington University in St. Louis 1997
Creative writing (fiction, creative nonfiction), contemporary American fiction, and twentieth-century American literature ENG W206 Introduction to Creative Writing ENG W301 Writing Fiction ENG W305 Writing Creative Nonfiction ENG W401 Advanced Fiction Writing ENG W407 Advanced Creative Nonfiction Writing ENG W511 Graduate Fiction Writing ENG W615 Graduate Creative Nonfiction Writing Dragging Wyatt Earp: A Personal History of Dodge City was named a Kansas Notable Book for 2014. My books include Headlights on the Prairie: Essays on Home (University Press of Kansas, 2017), Dragging Wyatt Earp: A Personal History of Dodge City (Swallow Press, 2013) and Hicks, Tribes, and Dirty Realists: American Fiction after Postmodernism (University Press of Kentucky, 2001). Other work of mine has appeared in The Georgia Review, Ecotone, Cream City Review, Redivider, Grasslands Review, High Desert Journal, Bayou, High Plains Literary Review, Etude, and other venues. 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-CRTVWRT,ENG-GRAD,ENG-TWRICERT
David Beck
Senior Lecturer in English

Phone: 317-278-2550
Email: dabeck@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 343-E


David Beck English, Literature, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-278-2550 dabeck@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in English B.A. Indiana University 1990, M.A. 2000 Composition and literature, contemporary American literature especially Walker Percy Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society
Liberal Arts Faculty Medal for Academic Distinction 1990-1991
Rebecca Pitts Short Story Award 1988
The Society of Professional Journalists Award for Best Sports Reporting (2003 and 2005).
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M. Catherine Beck
Senior Lecturer in English
Coordinator, Legal English
Coordinator, EAP Writing Courses
English for Academic Purposes Program
Department of English - IUPUI

Phone: 317-278-4747
Email: mcbeck@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 341E


M. Beck English, Writing Program, Law, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-278-4747 mcbeck@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in English
Coordinator, Legal English
Coordinator, EAP Writing Courses
English for Academic Purposes Program
Department of English - IUPUI
B.A. Indiana University
M.A. Indiana University
English for Academic Purposes
English for Specific Purposes (Legal English and Business English)
Global Legal Skills Award 2017
Inspire Award for College Mentors, Finalist 2014
IU Trustees' Teaching Award 2013/2014
SLA Outstanding Distinguished Lecturer 2009/2010
IU Trustees' Teaching Award 2008/2009
Lumina Foundation for Education, Two Awards for Inclusive Teaching, April 2005
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Julie A. Belz
Associate Professor of English - Applied Linguistics
Adjunct Associate Professor of World Languages and Cultures
Adjunct Associate Professor of Intercultural Communication


Phone: 317-274-2190
Email: jbelz@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501P


Julie Belz English, Graduate Faculty, Linguistics, TESOL, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-2190 jbelz@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English - Applied Linguistics
Adjunct Associate Professor of World Languages and Cultures
Adjunct Associate Professor of Intercultural Communication
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley, 1997
M.A., University of California at Berkeley, 1990
B.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1986

Main Interests
Foreign language use and development (a.k.a. second language acquisition), foreign and second language teaching, technology-enhanced foreign and second language learning and teaching, intercultural foreign language education, discourse analysis, computer-mediated communication, Internet-mediated language and culture learning partnerships (a.k.a. telecollaboration), interlanguage pragmatics, foreign and second language teacher development, methodology and methods in applied linguistics research (especially learner corpus analysis, microgenetic analysis, social realism, qualitative analysis, linguistic criticism, and discourse-based analyses of language use and development)

Additional Interests
learner corpora and corpus linguistics, multilingual language use (especially multilingual writing), language play, language learner identity, cognitive linguistics, the teaching of foreign literatures, academic writing for learners of English, German applied linguistics, German-English bilingual writers, peace education
The Communication of Research Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Second Place Award for “Best Article in an Electronic Journal” in 2002: “Social Dimensions of Telecollaborative Foreign Language Study”

UC Berkeley, Berkeley Language Center Instructional Development Fellowship, 1996-1997

UC Berkeley, Graduate Division Fellowship for German Studies, Spring 1996

UC Berkeley, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Scholarship, 1995

UC Berkeley, Phi Beta Kappa Fellowship, 1993-1994

UC Berkeley, Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS) for Dutch, 1991-1992

UC Berkeley, Outstanding Instructor Award, 1990-1991

Vienna, Austria, Fulbright Teaching Scholar, 1987-1988

University of Vienna, Rotary Foundation Scholar, 1986-1987

University of Illinois at Urbana, B.S. with University distinction, 1986

University of Illinois at Urbana, Goethe Institut Award for Outstanding Senior in German, 1986

Applied Linguistics, Editorial Panel, 2005-2008
American Association of University Supervisors and Coordinators, Editorial Board, 2005-present
Program Chair, Executive Committee for the Division on Applied Linguistics in the Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, 2004; San Diego, 2003
Executive Committee for the Division on Applied Linguistics in the Modern Language Association, 2001-2005
Center for Language Acquisition, Penn State, Research Associate, 2000-2003
Center for Advanced Language Proficiency and Education Research, a National Language Resource Center, Project Director, 2002-2006
reviewer for numerous journals, conferences, and presses
Selected Publications

Belz, J. A. (to appear). "The Role of Computer Mediation in the Instruction, Development, and Assessment of L2 Pragmatic Competence". Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 27.

Belz, J. A. (2007). "The Development of Intercultural Competence in Online Interaction". In O’Dowd, R. (ed.), On-line Intercultural Exchange: A Practical Introduction for Foreign Language Teachers (pp. 163-215). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Belz, J. A. and Thorne, S. L. (eds). (2006). Internet-Mediated Intercultural Foreign Language Education. Boston, MA: Heinle & Heinle. ISBN: 1413029922, 304 pgs.

Belz, J. A. and Thorne, S. L. (2006). "Internet-Mediated Intercultural Foreign Language Education and the Intercultural Speaker". In Belz, J. A. and Thorne, S. L. (eds.), Internet-Mediated Intercultural Foreign Language Education (pp. viii-xxv). Boston, MA: Heinle & Heinle.

Belz, J. A. and Vyatkina, N. (2005). "Learner Corpus Research and the Development of L2 Pragmatic Competence in Networked Intercultural Language Study: The Case of German Modal Particles". Canadian Modern Language Review/Revue canadienne des langues vivantes, 62(1),17-48.

Belz, J. A. (2005). "Corpus-driven Characterizations of Pronominal da-compound Use by Learners and Native Speakers of German". Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, 38(1), 43-59.

Kinginger, C. and Belz, J. A. (2005). "Sociocultural Perspectives on Pragmatic Development in Foreign Language Learning: Microgenetic Case Studies from Telecollaboration and Residence Abroad". Intercultural Pragmatics, 2(4), 369-422.

Belz, J. A. (2005). "Intercultural Questioning, Discovery, and Tension in Internet-Mediated Language Learning Partnerships". Language and Intercultural Communication, 5(1), 3-39.

Belz, J. A. and Reinhardt, J. (2004). "Aspects of Advanced Foreign Language Proficiency: Internet-mediated German Language Play". International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 14(3), 324-362.

Belz, J. A. (2004). "Discourse Analysis and Foreign Language Teacher Education". In Bartels, N. (ed.), Applied Linguistics and Language Teacher Education (pp. 341-364). Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Belz, J. A. (2003). Guest editor of a special issue of Language Learning & Technology on Telecollaboration, 7(2), 1-172.

Belz, J. A. and Kinginger, C. (2003). "Discourse Options and the Development of Pragmatic Competence by Classroom Learners of German: The Case of Address Forms". Language Learning, 53(4), 591-647.

Belz, J. A. (2003). "Linguistic Perspectives on the Development of Intercultural Competence in Telecollaboration". Language Learning & Technology, 7(2), 68-117.

Belz, J. A. and Mueller-Hartmann, A. (2003). "Teachers as Intercultural Learners: Negotiating German-American Telecollaboration Along the Institutional Fault Line". Modern Language Journal, 87(1), 71-89.

Belz, J. A. (2003). "Identity, Deficiency, and L1 Use in Foreign Language Study". In Blyth, Carl, (ed.), The Sociolinguistics of Foreign Language Classrooms: Contributions of the Native, Near-Native and the Non-Native Speaker (pp. 209-250). Boston, MA: Heinle & Heinle.

Belz, J. A. (2002). "Social Dimensions of Telecollaborative Foreign Language Study". Language Learning & Technology, 6(1), 60-81.

Belz, J. A. (2002). "Second Language Play as a Representation of the Multicompetent Self in Foreign Language Study". Journal for Language, Identity, and Education, 1(1), 13-39.

Belz, J. A. (2002). "The Myth of the Deficient Communicator". Language Teaching Research, 6(1), 59-82.

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Gail C. Bennett
Senior Lecturer, English; Coordinator, Professional Writing Skills, Writing Program

Phone: 317-278-8583
Email: gcbennet@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 423A


Gail Bennett English, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-278-8583 gcbennet@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer, English; Coordinator, Professional Writing Skills, Writing Program B.A. Occidental College 1975
M.A. Fuller Theological Seminary 1978
Elementary composition and rhetoric, research writing (academic and professional), issues pertinent to the first amendment to the constitution, professional and business communications, social change and advocacy writing, collaborative learning, assertive communication, and intercultural communication. Reading, Writing, and Inquiry (W131) Professional Writing Skills (W231) Argumentative Writing (W270) Writing for Social Change (W377) Trustees' Teaching Award, 2009 and 2012 Co-designer, consultant, and instructor with the Writing Solutions seminars for government environmental organizations. Articles in the Indianapolis Star and in other popular media 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE,ENG-WRTLITRC
Dennis Bingham
Professor of English
Director of the Film Studies Program

Phone: 317-274-9825
Email: dbingham@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501V


Dennis Bingham English, Film Studies, Graduate Faculty, Women's Studies 317-274-9825 dbingham@iupui.edu Professor of English
Director of the Film Studies Program
B. A. Ohio State University 1978
M.A. New York University 1984
Ph.D. Ohio State University 1990
Film studies, film theory, gender theory, American film genres, artists and history, film biography and stardom and acting Finalist, Theatre Library Association Richard Wall Memorial Award 2011, for Whose Lives Are They Anyway: The Biopic as Contemporary Film Genre Indiana University Arts and Humanities Initiative Fellowship, 2002-2003 Acting Male: Masculinities in the Films of James Stewart, Jack Nicholson, and Clint Eastwood (Rutgers University Press, 1994)
Whose Lives Are They Anyway? The Biopic as Contemporary Film Genre (Rutgers University Press, 2010)
Articles in (1999 and 2006) and (2011); articles in numerous anthologies; entries on Clint Eastwood and Biopics on Oxford Bibliographies Online.
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Katherine Elizabeth Blake


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: katblake@iu.edu


Katherine Blake English 317-274-1103 katblake@iu.edu 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG
Terri Bourus
Professor
Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama
Director and General Editor: New Oxford Shakespeare Project
Founding Director: Hoosier Bard Productions
President's Honorary Degree Committee (Appointment)

Phone: 317-278-0887
Email: tbourus@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501Q


Terri Bourus English, New Oxford Shakespeare, Drama, Graduate Faculty, Literature, Women's Studies 317-278-0887 tbourus@iupui.edu Professor
Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama
Director and General Editor: New Oxford Shakespeare Project
Founding Director: Hoosier Bard Productions
President's Honorary Degree Committee (Appointment)
Ph.D. Northern Illinois University, May 2000
M.A. Northern Illinois University, August 1996
B.A. Benedictine University, May 1992
Member: Actors' Equity Association
Certified in Dance, Voice and Speech, and Stage Combat(SAFD)
My primary research focuses on the Print and Performance of Early Modern Drama. As a Bibliographer and Text Editor as well as a performer, I am most interested in the ways that Early Modern Drama was received by, and integrated into late 16th and early 17th culture, creating a playing space for this drama that continues to prosper. How did performance and print make it both possible (and problematic) for that drama to be reinterpreted for every succeeding generation of scholars and performers? I am also interested in issues of adaptation and attribution by examining not just the early modern texts, but the stagings, films, photography and art that continue to evolve from them and adapt to new and exciting technologies: some in place, others yet to be developed. I am one of three General Editors of the New Oxford Shakespeare and as I edit, I will continue to explore these texts through the lens of performance. I am passionate about teaching these plays and, perhaps even more, I am passionate about performing them. The Major Plays of Shakespeare
Conversations with Shakespeare
Theories of Theatre
Women Writers of the Early Modern Period
Critical Views of Shakespeare
Shakespeare's Contemporaries
Modern and Contemporary Irish Drama
Introduction to Drama
Introduction to Shakespeare
British Literature, 1500-1800
Fiction without Boundaries: Travel Literature 1600-1800
Introduction to Literary Theory
IU Trustees Teaching Award: 2012
IU New Frontiers' New Explorations Grant: 2010
IUPUI Research Frontiers Trailblazer Award: 2010
IU New Frontiers' Research Grant: 2010-2011
IU New Frontiers New Explorations Grant: 2009
IU Overseas Research Grant: 2009
IU School of Liberal Arts Summer Faculty Fellowship: 2009
IU Office of the Vice-President for International Affairs Grant: 2008
40th Anniversary of IUPUI Speakers' Fund Grant: 2008
NEH Summer Research Grant: 2008
New Frontiers Visionary Scholars’ Grant: 2007-2008
FACET: Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching: Awarded 2007
Folger Institute Grant-in-Aid: 2007
Indiana University Overseas Research Award: 2006
New Frontiers New Exploration Traveling Fellowship Award: 2006
Trustees Teaching Award 2005-2006
Claude Rich Excellence in Teaching Award: 2005-2006
New Frontiers New Perspectives Grant for the Arts: 2005
Trustees Teaching Award: 2004-2005
Amicus Award for Teaching Excellence: 2004-2005
New Faculty Merit Increase: 2003-2004
Indiana University RUGS Grant:, 2003-2004
IU Overseas Conference Award: 2003.
IU Summer Faculty Fellowship: 2002
Director: "Arden of Fevershame," Indy Central Library Stage, 2014
Director: "Measure for Measure" Hoosier Bard Productions, IndyFringe Theatre, 2013
Director: "The History of Cardenio", Hoosier Bard Productions/IUPUI 2012
Director: "Young Hamlet", Hoosier Bard Productions, 2012
Research Advisory Committee
FACET Selection Committee
University Faculty Council Representative
Residency Director: American Shakespeare Center
Actors From the London Stage
Director: Tim Hardy Residency, "Galileo" and Barlow Lecturer 2009
Faculty Research Advisory Committee
Faculty Advisor/Mentor: IUPUI--Shakespeare Drama Club Library Advisory Council
Young Shakespeare's Young Hamlet (Palgrave 2014)
"Counterfeiting Faith: Middleton's Theatrical Reformation of 'Measure for Measure'" in Stages of Engagement: Drama and Religion in Post-Reformation England," (Duquenes University Press, 2014).
"It's a whole different sex!": Women Performing Middleton on the Modern Stage, for "The Oxford Handbook of Middleton Studies," Oxford University Press, 2012.
"May I be metamorphosed": Cardenio by Stages, for "The Quest for Cardenio", Oxford University Press, 2012.
Digital Editor: The Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD): Thomas Kyd’s Cornelia, Barnabe Barnes’s The Devil’s Charter, John Marston’s Jack Drum’s Entertainment, and Beaumont and Fletcher’s, The Island Princess, The Coxcomb, The Bloody Brother.
Text Editor: Hamlet, Sourcebooks MediaFusion New Series Shakespeare, Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks Inc., December 2006.
Text Editor, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sourcebooks MediaFusion New Series Shakespeare, Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks Inc., April 2006.
“Shakespeare and the London Publishing Environment: The Publisher and Printers of Q1 and Q2 Hamlet,” Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography 12 (2001): 206-228.
“The First Quarto of Hamlet in Film: The Revenge-Tragedies of Nicol Williamson and Mel Gibson,” Online journal, EnterText 1.2 “Text< - >Screen,” August, 2001: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/faculty/arts/EnterText/home.htm.
Editor and Essayist: Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’: Complete Study Edition. New York: IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., 2000.
(In progress): “A roaring girl whose notes till now never were, shall fill with laughter our vast theatre!”: Women Performing Middleton on the Modern Stage, for The Handbook of Middleton Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Projected publication Summer 2010.
(In-progress) “In my mind’s eye”: Directors’ Views of Filming Hamlet.
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Marilee Brooks-Gillies

Assistant Professor of English

Director of the University Writing Center



Phone: 317-278-2477
Email: mbrooksg@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA505


Marilee Brooks-Gillies English, Writing Center, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-278-2477 mbrooksg@iupui.edu

Assistant Professor of English

Director of the University Writing Center

BA, Alma College, April 2004

MA, Central Michigan University, August 2008

PhD, Michigan State University, August 2013

Writing Center theory and practice

Rhetoric history and theory

Space/Place rhetorics

Material rhetorics

Craft

Mentoring

Graduate education

Writing Center Theory and Practice, Cultural Rhetorics, Material Rhetorics, Rhetoric History and Theory, First-Year Writing Board member, Cultural Rhetorics Consortium; At-Large Representative, East-Central Writing Centers Association; Conference Chair, Colorado and Wyoming Writing Tutors Conference AY 2014-2015; Conference organizer, Cultural Rhetorics Conference Oct-Nov 2014

Buck, Amber, Megan Condis, Kristin Prins, Marilee Brooks-Gillies, and Martha Webber, eds. Spec. issue on Craft and DIY Rhetorics. Harlot: a revealing look at the arts of persuasion, 14. 15 October 2015. http://harlotofthearts.org/index.php/harlot

Brooks-Gillies, Marilee, Garcia, Elena G., Kim, Soo Hyon, Manthey, Katie, & Smith, Trixie. Special issue on graduate writing across the disciplines. Across the Disciplines, 12(3). 25 August 2015. http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/graduate_wac/intro.cfm

Powell, Malea, Daisy Levy, Andrea Riley-Mukavetz, Marilee Brooks-Gillies, Maria Novotny, and Jennifer Fisch-Ferguson of The Cultural Rhetorics Theory Lab. "Our Story Begins Here: Constellating Cultural Rhetorics Practices." Enculturation: a journal of rhetoric, writing, and culture. Fall 2014. http://www.enculturation.net/our-story-begins-here

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André Buchenot
Assistant Professor of English

Phone: 317-278-0391
Email: buchenot@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502P


André Buchenot English, Teaching Writing Certificate, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-278-0391 buchenot@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of English B.A. North Central College (2002) M.A. DePaul University (2004) Ph.D University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2010) Critical literacy studies, digital literacy, science and technology studies, visual rhetorics/multimodal composing, basic writing. W131: Elementary Composition I W315: Writing for the Web W412: Literacy and Technology W510: Computers in Composition W600: Qualitative Research in Writing and Literacy Studies School of Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant (2011) Secretary, Midwest Modern Language Association's Teaching Writing in College Permanent Section (2011) Chair MMLA Teaching Writing in College Permanent Section (2012) Revising the Defaults: Online FYC Courses as Sites of Heterogenous Disciplinary Work (Accepted, Awaiting Review) 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-TWRICERT,ENG-WRITE,ENG-WRTLITRC
Barbara L. Cambridge
Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies and Education
Associate Dean of Faculties

Phone: 217-328-3870
Email: bcambridge@ncte.org


Barbara Cambridge Education, English, Emeritus/Retired, Women's Studies 217-328-3870 bcambridge@ncte.org Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies and Education
Associate Dean of Faculties
B.A. Bradley University 1965
Ph.D. Indiana University 1983
The scholarship of teaching and learning, assessment of student learning,
electronic portfolios-student, faculty, institutional, and organizing campuses for change
President's Award for Distinguished Teaching
Pinnell Award for Service
Vice President of Fields of Inquiry and Action, American Association for Higher Education; Director, Building Engagement and Access for Minority Students (BEAMS);
Director, Campus Program, The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Editor-Campus Progress: Supporting the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning;
Editor-Electronic Portfolios: Student, Faculty, and Institutional Learning;
Editor-Journal of Teaching Writing
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Mary Ann Cohen
Lecturer, English Department

Phone: 317-274-1046
Email: mdcohen@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 408


Mary Ann Cohen English, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-274-1046 mdcohen@iupui.edu Lecturer, English Department Professional Writing Skills (W231), Freshman Composition (W131), EAP W130, EAP W131 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE,ENG-WRTLITRC
Ulla M. Connor
Barbara E. and Karl R. Zimmer Chair in Intercultural Communication
Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies
Adjunct Professor of Philanthropic Studies
Director of the International Center for Intercultural Communication

Phone: 317-274-2555
Email: uconnor@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA134


Ulla Connor English, International Center for Intercultural Communication, Graduate Faculty, Linguistics, TESOL, Writing & Literacy, Women's Studies 317-274-2555 uconnor@iupui.edu Barbara E. and Karl R. Zimmer Chair in Intercultural Communication
Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies
Adjunct Professor of Philanthropic Studies
Director of the International Center for Intercultural Communication
B.A. University of Helsinki 1970
M.A. University of Florida 1971
University of Wisconsin 1973
M.A. University of Helsinki 1974
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 1978
Linguistics, intercultural communication, and language and rhetoric of philanthropic fund raising Glenn W. Irwin Excellence Recognition Award, IUPUI, 1992
Elected Member of the Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters, 2000
Member of Alliance of Distinguished Professors, Indiana University, 2003 Outstanding Alumni Award, Linguistics, Univesity of Florida, 2005
Eight books including, Contrastive Rhetoric: Crosscultural Aspects of Second Language Writing (Cambridge University Press 1996); and approximately 100 articles and book chapters 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ICIC,ENG-GRAD,ENG-LING,ENG-TESOL,ENG-WRTLITRC,WOST
Lewis Dibble
Lecturer in English (IUPU Columbus)

Phone: 812-348-7209
Email: ldibble@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CO 123


Lewis Dibble English, IUPU Columbus, Writing Program 812-348-7209 ldibble@indiana.edu Lecturer in English (IUPU Columbus) 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,COL,ENG-WRITE
Frederick J. DiCamilla
Associate Professor of English; Director of Linguistics Undergraduate Program

Phone: 317-274-4804
Email: fdicamil@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502L


Frederick DiCamilla English, Graduate Faculty, Linguistics, TESOL 317-274-4804 fdicamil@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English; Director of Linguistics Undergraduate Program B.A. University of Delaware 1969
M.A. University of Delaware 1983
Ph.D. University of Delaware 1991
General linguistics, Lev S. Vygotsky and sociocultural theory, and the cognitive function of language in writing and in second language learning Z205 Introduction to the English Language Z301 History of the English Language G500 Introduction to the English Language . Journal articles in Language Sciences, The Canadian Modern Language Review, and The Modern Language Journal , and The International Journal of Applied Linguistics.

A co-authored book chapter in B.A. Lafford and R. Salaberry's (eds.) Spanish Second Language Acquisition: State of the Science, Georgetown University Press, 2003, pp.262-284.

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Tracy Donhardt
Lecturer in English

Phone: 317-278-4439
Email: tdonhard@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 429


Tracy Donhardt English, Writing Program 317-278-4439 tdonhard@iupui.edu Lecturer in English BA Liberal Arts, IUPUI, 2004
BA Journalism, IUPUI, 2004
MA in English 2011, with Teaching Writing Certificate
writing, literacy, student engagement, associate/adjunct faculty issues, social justice in the classroom, cultural studies Editor, "Organization Redesign and Innovation HRM," by Ashok Som, Oxford Univesity Press, 2008
Numerous articles published in Indianapolis Busines Journal, 2005-2009
Editor, Indiana Charter Schools Today, 2008-2009
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Mitchell L. H. Douglas
Associate Professor of Creative Writing, Literature
Department of English

Phone: 317-278-0421
Email: mildougl@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CA503V


Mitchell Douglas English, Creative Writing, Graduate Faculty 317-278-0421 mildougl@indiana.edu Associate Professor of Creative Writing, Literature
Department of English
M.F.A., Indiana University, 2006, B.A., University of Kentucky, 1996 Black Arts Movement, ethnic poetry collectives, art for social change Winner, Lexi Rudnitsky Editor's Choice Award, Persea Books, 2011; Finalist, NAACP Image Award (Outstanding Literary Work-Poetry), 2010; Finalist, Hurston/Wright Legacy Award,2010; Finalist, Wick Poetry Prize, 2007; Finalist, Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award, 2007; Pushcart Prize Nominee, 2006; Books: \blak\ \al-fə bet\ (poetry), Persea Books, 2013 Cooling Board: A Long-Playing Poem, Red Hen Press, 2009 Poetry in: Zoland Poetry Volume Two (Zoland Books 2008), The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South (University of Georgia Press 2007), Callaloo, Crab Orchard Review, Ninth Letter, and The Louisville Review. 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-CRTVWRT,ENG-GRAD
Jonathan R. Eller
Chancellor's Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of American Studies
Senior Textual Editor, Institute for American Thought
Director, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies
General Editor, The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury
General Editor, The New Ray Bradbury Review
Advising Textual Editor, Santayana Edition

Phone: 317-274-1451
Email: jeller@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 121A


Jonathan Eller English, American Studies, Graduate Faculty, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate, Professional Editing, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies 317-274-1451 jeller@iupui.edu Chancellor's Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of American Studies
Senior Textual Editor, Institute for American Thought
Director, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies
General Editor, The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury
General Editor, The New Ray Bradbury Review
Advising Textual Editor, Santayana Edition
B.S. United States Air Force Academy 1973
B.A. University of Maryland 1979
M.A. Indiana University 1981
Ph.D. Indiana University 1985
American literature, literature and science, textual studies with an emphasis on the work of Ray Bradbury, science fiction and fantasy, and the history of publishing. Core courses and electives for the scholarly editing concentration of the graduate research certificate program in Professional Editing, School of Liberal Arts. An inspecting editor, Modern Language Association's "Approved Edition" seal for scholarly editions (author) Ray Bradbury Unbound (University of Illinois Press, 2014); Becoming Ray Bradbury (University of Illinois Press, 2011);

(co-author) Ray Bradbury: The Life of Fiction (Kent State University Press 2004);

(general editor) The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury, volume 2 (2014) and volume 3 (2017); The New Ray Bradbury Review, issue 4 (2015) and issue 5 (2016);

(textual editor)The Writings of Charles S. Peirce Vols. 6 and 8 (Indiana University Press 2000, 2010); The Essential Peirce Vol. 2 1893-1913 (Indiana Univ. Press 1998);

introductions and historical essays for new editions of several of Ray Bradbury's books, including Fahrenheit 451 (Simon & Schuster's 60th anniversary edition, 2013) Dark Carnival and The Halloween Tree;

Article-length bibliographical and textual studies of Ray Bradbury, Joseph Heller, Thomas Pynchon and Robert Penn Warren which have appeared in Bulletin of Bibliography, Mississippi Quarterly, University of Mississippi Studies in English, Prospects and Resources for American Literary Study

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Estela Ene
Associate Professor of English
Director of the English for Academic Purposes Program

Phone: 317-274-3908
Email: eene@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 341D


Ene English, Graduate Faculty, Linguistics, TESOL, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-3908 eene@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English
Director of the English for Academic Purposes Program
BA, English and Romanian, Lucian Blaga University, Sibiu
MA, ESL, University of Arizona
PhD, Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, University of Arizona
Second language acquisition and teaching, ESL/EFL writing, EAP, ESP, corpus linguistics, advanced ESL learners, teacher education, program administration. Freshman composition for native and non-native speakers of English, linguistics, TESOL methods, Second Language Writing, Italian. EMPOWER Grant, IUPUI, 2015.
Trustees' Teaching Award, IUPUI, 2013.
Schipps Junior Faculty Award, IUPUI, 2013.
SLA Summer Research Grant, IUPUI, 2012.
OVPIA Overseas Research Grant, IUPUI, 2012.
Curriculum Enhancement Grant, IUPUI, 2010.
Outstanding Accomplishments in Academic Excellence, University of Arizona, 2006.
Graduate Student Leadership Award, University of Arizona, 2004.
Outstanding Service Award, University of Arizona, 2003.
Fellowship, the Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics, Pennsylvania State University, 2002.
U.S.I.A. Scholarship, 1996.
Soros Scholarship, Soros Foundation for an Open Society,1994.
Fulbright Committee (2015) IUPUI ACE Committee for Curriculum Internationalization Committee (2014) IUPUI Mentoring Academy (2014) Outstanding Research Award Committee and Professional Development Committee, International Organization of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), 2009-2012. Ene, E., & Kosobucki, V. (2016). Rubrics and Corrective Feedback in ESL Writing: A Longitudinal Case Study of an L2 Writer. Assessing Writing, 30, 3-20. (special issue Innovation in rubric use: Exploring different dimensions, edited by Martin East and Sarah Cushing Weigle) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asw.2016.06.003
Connor, U., Ene, E., & Traversa, A. (2015). Intercultural Rhetoric. In Hyland, K. (Ed.) Handbook of English for Academic Purposes, Routledge. 270-282
Ene, E., & Orlando, H. (2015). Integrating service learning in EAP programs: Building the village that it takes. In Perren, J., & Wurr, A. (Eds.), Learning the Language of Global Citizenship: Strengthening Service-Learning in TESOL. Routledge. 112-139.
​Ene, E., & Upton, T. (2014). Learner uptake of teacher electronic feedback in ESL composition. System, 46, 80-95. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2014.07.011
Ene, E., & Connor, U. (2014). Technological applications for language teaching. ICT and equipment use in teaching & learning foreign languages. National Foreign Languages 2020 Project, Hanoi, Vietnam. http://dean2020.edu.vn/news/Hoc-lieu/Technological-applications-for-language-teaching-241/
Ene, E., & Riddledbarger, C. (2014). Intensive reflection in teacher training: A place to start. Journal of Academic Writing.
Ene, E. (2014). Understanding the EAP writing and online learning needs of Chinese university students: A multiple-method needs assessment case study. Asian Journal of English Language Teaching.
Ene, E. (2013). Laying the ground for online ESL composition courses and university internationalization: The case of a U.S.-China partnership. In J. Aitken (Ed.), Cases on Communication Technology for Second Language Acquisition and Learning. IGI Global, Inc. Publishing, p. 382-407.
Ene, E., & Mitrea, A. (2013). EFL writing teacher training, beliefs, and practices in Romania: A Tale of Adaptation. European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL, Issue 4.
Ene, E. (2013). Technology and Language for Specific Purposes. Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA.
Ene, E. (2013). Language for Specific Purposes in Eastern Europe. Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA.
Ene, E. (2012). A CALL integrated reading comprehension activity. New Ways in Teaching Reading. R.R.Day (ed.). TESOL, Alexandria, VA.
Ene, E. (2008). Developmental stages in advanced SLA: A corpus-based analysis of academic writing by ESL graduate students. ITL International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 156, 53-86.
Vickers, C. & Ene, E. (2006). Promoting grammatical accuracy through learner autonomy in advanced ESL courses. English Language Teaching Journal, 60(2):109-116.
Ene, E., Goertler, S.E., & McBride, K. (2005). Teacher participation styles in FL chats and their effect on student behavior. CALICO, 22 (3), 603-634.
Ene, E., Ellis, E., & Smith, M. (2004). A Student’s Guide to First-Year Composition (25th ed.). Plymouth, MI: Hayden McNeil.
Sharp, L.M., Brobbel, A., & Ene, E. (2003). A Student’s Guide to First-Year Composition (24th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing.
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Stephen L. Fox
Associate Professor of English
Director of Writing
Director, Hoosier Writing Project

Phone: 317-278-2054
Email: sfox@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 423B


Stephen Fox English, Graduate Faculty, Teaching Writing Certificate, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-278-2054 sfox@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English
Director of Writing
Director, Hoosier Writing Project
B.A. University of Georgia 1976
M.A. Duke University 1977
M.Div. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 1984
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin (Madison) 1992
composition, literacy studies, educational reform, nineteenth-century American literature, and history of writing instruction W131, W270, W140; W400 Issues in Teaching Writing; W590 Teaching Composition: Theory and Practice; W605 Writing Project Summer Institute Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching 2015; FACET Class of 2011; IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award 2012; IUPUI Teaching Excellence Recognition Award 1997 Director, Hoosier Writing Project Vice-President, Indiana Teachers of Writing *Fox, Steve and Michael Powers. “Half a Loaf: A Promotion Process for Adjunct Faculty.” Forum: Issues about Part-Time and Contingent Faculty 21:1 (2017). forthcoming *Lovejoy, Kim Brian, Steve Fox, and Scott Weeden. "Linguistic Diversity as Resource—A Multi-Level Approach to Building Awareness in First-Year Writing Programs (and Beyond)" Pedagogy 18.3. forthcoming *Fox, Stephen, and Kim Brian Lovejoy. “Boundary Crossings and Collaboration in a Graduate Certificate in Teaching Writing.” Degree of Change: The MA in English Studies. ed. Margaret Strain and Rebecca Potter. NCTE, 20016: 99-119. *Fox, Steve. "Looking in the WPA Mirror: Balancing Roles and Taking Action." Forum: Issues About Part-Time and Contingent Faculty 16:2 (2013): A3-A6. Published as an insert in Teaching English in the Two-Year College 40:3 (2013). *Kim Brian Lovejoy, Fox, Steve, and Katherine V. Wills. “From Language Experience to Classroom Practice: Affirming Linguistic Diversity in Writing Pedagogy.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 9.2 (2009): 261-87. 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-GRAD,ENG-TWRICERT,ENG-WRITE,ENG-WRTLITRC
Julie Freeman
Senior Lecturer in English Associate Director of Writing

Phone: 317-274-0092
Email: jfreema@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 423D


Julie Freeman English, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-274-0092 jfreema@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in English Associate Director of Writing B.A. Indiana Wesleyan University 1979
M.S.Ed. Indiana University 1994
instructional technology, composition pedagogy, curriculum development and assessment, and professional writing Professional Writing Skills (W231) Business and Administrative Writing (W331) Honors Composition (W140) Freshman Composition (W131) Trustees Teaching Award, 2004, 2002; FACET (Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching), Inducted in 2002.
IUPUI Jaguars Favorite Professor Award, 2004, 2007.
IUPUI Commission on Women appreciation award, 2000.
IU Student Success Task Force for the IT Strategic Plan IU Oncourse Priorities Committee
Executive Committee, Department of English
The Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching(FACET)
Writing Program Instructional Technology Committee(Chair)
Writing Coordinating Committee
Community of Practice on PUL 1
Publications, Multimedia Projects, and Online Teaching Materials:
Classroom Observation, Chapter 3 of a DVD on Peer Review of Teaching, produced by FACET (Faculty Colloquium of Excellence in Teaching, 2006.
W231 Faculty Development and Resources Online
http://www.iupui.edu/~cyber231 August, 2005.
Techno-Rhetoric: Resource Guide for Teachers of Computer-Assisted Composition Classes:
http://writing.iupui.edu/teknorhetoric.htm#teknoguide, revised 2004.
Best Practices for Teaching with Technology
http://writing.iupui.edu/best%20practices%20for%20using%20technology.htm,2004.
“Tale 34” in Comp Tales: An Introduction to College Composition through Its Stories, by Richard H. Haswell and Min-Zhan Lu. New York: Longman, 2000.
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Nancy D. Goldfarb
Senior Lecturer, English and University College

Phone: 317-278-8431
Email: ngoldfar@iupui.edu
Campus Address: Taylor Hall (UC) 2001F


Nancy Goldfarb English, American Studies 317-278-8431 ngoldfar@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer, English and University College Ph.D., anticipated, Philanthropic Studies, IUPUI, 2014 M.A., Philanthropic Studies, IUPUI, 2005 Ph.D., Comparative Literature, University of Michigan, 1994 M.A., Comparative Literature, University of Michigan, 1989 B.A., English and American Literature, Brandeis University, 1985 Melville and charity, literary and textual theory, comparative literature Literary Masterpieces (ENG L213), Literary Interpretation (ENG L202), Introduction to Poetry (ENG L205), Textual Theory, Textual Criticism, and Editing (ENG L680), First Year Seminar (SLA S100 and UCOL U110) 2011-2012 - Faculty Fellowship (University College, IUPUI) 2007 - Lumina Fellowship (Lumina Foundation) 2005 - University Fellowship (IUPUI Graduate Office) 2003 - University Fellowship (IUPUI Graduate Office) Articles in Nineteenth-Century Literature, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Analecta Husserliana, The Explicator, and Rackham Journal of the Arts and Humanities 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,AMST
Hannah J. Haas
Lecturer

Phone: 317-278-8582
Email: hhaas@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 343B


Hannah Haas English, Creative Writing, Writing Program 317-278-8582 hhaas@iupui.edu Lecturer B.A. Indiana University 1995
M.F.A. University of Arizona, Tucson 1997
Composition, Literature, Creative Writing Identified as a “remarkable and positive influence” by two students, SLA Graduating Student Surveys, 2005 Recognized as an “outstanding mentor” by two students, SLA Individual Faculty Mentoring Survey, 2005 Recognized on Favorite Professor Night, IUPUI Athletics Department, 2004 Identified as a “remarkable and positive influence” by seven students, SLA Graduating Student Surveys, 2003 Recognized as an “outstanding mentor” by two students, Individual Faculty Mentoring Survey, 2003 Recognized at Professor Appreciation Night, IUPUI Women’s Volleyball, 2003 Excellence in Teaching, IUPUI Intercollegiate Athletics Department, 2002 Finalist for the New Issues Poetry Prize, New Issues Poetry and Prose, Western Michigan University, 2002 Semifinalist for the Kenyon Review Prize in Poetry, 2002 8/06-present *genesis* Academic Advisor 8/04-present English Club Academic Advisor 3/05-present Lecturers Review and Promotion Committee 4/04-5/04 Lecturer Hiring Committee 9/02-9/03 W131 Textbook Selection Committee 6/01-5/03 Placement Test Rater “Hedge Apples” and “Frequency.” And We Know This Place: Poetry of Indiana, Eds. Jenny Kander and Charles Greer. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, forthcoming. “Ascension” Maize, Spring (2004): 4. “Whorl” Folio, Spring (2003): 11. “Peinture.” Caveat Lector, Fall (2003): 27. “Hundred Waters,” “Poem,” “Triptych,” “Ave.,” “Indelible,” “Clean,” and “The Flower Called Nowhere.” A Linen Weave of Bloomington Poets, Ed. Jenny Kander. Lexington, KY: Wind, 2002 “Poem.” Caveat Lector 12.1 (2000): 6. “Hundred Waters.” Caveat Lector 12.1 (2000): 5. “This is Not a Love Poem.” Another Chicago Magazine 35 (1999): 69. 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-CRTVWRT,ENG-WRITE
Sara L. Harrell


Phone: 317-274-3824
Email: salharre@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA343C


Sara Harrell English, Writing Program 317-274-3824 salharre@iupui.edu 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Ronda C. Henry Anthony
Public Scholar of African American Studies and Undergraduate Research
Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies
Director of Africana Studies
Founding Director of the Olaniyan Scholars Program

Phone: 317-278-0885
Email: ronhenry@iupui.edu
Campus Address: Cavanaugh Hall 501N


Ronda Henry Anthony Africana Studies, English, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate, Women's Studies 317-278-0885 ronhenry@iupui.edu Public Scholar of African American Studies and Undergraduate Research
Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies
Director of Africana Studies
Founding Director of the Olaniyan Scholars Program
B.A. DePauw University 1990,
M.A. Loyola University Chicago 1995,
Ph.D. Loyola University Chicago 2004
American Literature/Studies
African, African-American, and American Literature
Gender Studies
Caribbean Studies
Courses in English include early American literature, 19th century American literature, African American literature, the Harlem Renaissance, and Black masculinities
Courses in Africana Studies include Deconstructing Barbie, Hip Hop, Race, and Gender, and Africana Studies Research Methods.
Outstanding IUPUI Woman Leader "Newcomer" 2012 Searching for the New Black Man: Black Masculinity and Women's Bodies, June 2013 www.rondachenryanthony.com
"The Gendered Politics of Pan-Africanism, Religion, and Power in the Writings of W.E.B. Du Bois" in The Souls of W.E.B. Du Bois: New Essays and Reflections, edited by Jason R. Young and Edward J. Blum, 2009
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David E. Hoegberg
Associate Professor of English; Africana Studies

Phone: 317-274-9823
Email: icic100@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501H


David Hoegberg English, Africana Studies, Graduate Faculty, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate 317-274-9823 icic100@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English; Africana Studies B.A. Pennsylvania State University 1979
M.A. University of Michigan 1981
Ph.D. University of Michigan 1989
I am interested broadly in issues of power, negotiation, and community in literature, intertextuality in literature, and cultural hybridity. My most recent work is on post-colonial literature, particularly South African literature and writers J. M. Coetzee and Zoe Wicomb; I have also published and presented conference papers on Athol Fugard (South Africa), Chinua Achebe (Nigeria), Derek Walcott (St. Lucia), and Earl Lovelace (Trinidad). My teaching interests include South African literature and society, 20th-century African literature, British literature to 1800, European classics in translation, Shakespeare, and colonialism in literature. AWARDS
2016 Reallocation for Research Grant, IUPUI School of Liberal Arts 2015 Trustees Teaching Award, IUPUI ($2,500) 2008 New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities Fellowship ($21,865)
2006 Trustees Teaching Award, IUPUI ($2,500)
1999 Teaching Excellence Recognition Award, IUPUI ($2,500)
1998 Teaching Excellence Recognition Award, IUPUI ($2,500)
1985 Distinguished Teaching Award nominee, University of Michigan
1979 Phi Kappa Phi member, Penn State
1978 Phi Beta Kappa member, Penn State

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2007-08 New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities Fellowship ($22,000)
2006 Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI (for book project _J. M. Coetzee and the Critics_).
2004 Honors Program Research Fellow, Honors Program, IUPUI (for Mentoring an independent research project by student Gerald Laxson; $2,000)
2004 Summer Faculty Fellowship for Integrator Course Development, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI (South African Literature and Society; $5,000)
1996 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship for 1996-97 (Post-colonial Literature and the Western Tradition; $30,000)
1994 Summer Faculty Research Fellowship, Indiana University-Indianapolis (Colonial Issues in Milton, Dryden, and Denham; $6,000)
1993 NEH Summer Seminar for College Teachers, Albert Wertheim, Director (Contemporary Literature from Africa, the West Indies, and the Pacific; $4,000)
1992 Summer Faculty Fellowship for Course Development, Honors Program, Indiana University-Indianapolis (Rereading the Classics: Gender, Class, and Ethnicity in the Western Tradition; $2,000)
2016 “The Real McCloy: Fiction, History, and the Real in Zoe Wicomb’s ‘The One That Got Away,’” Research in African Literatures, volume 47, issue 4 (Winter 2016): 54-70 1999 "Principle and Practice: Underpinnings of Cultural Violence in Achebe's Things Fall Apart," College Literature, Volume 29, Number 1 (Winter 1999): 69-79 (Republished 2010)
1998 “’Where is Hope?’: Coetzee's Rewriting of Dante in Age of Iron,” English in Africa, Volume 25, Number 1 (May 1998) 27-42
1997 "Unstable Identities: Allusion and Hybridity in Walcott's Omeros," Journal of Caribbean Literatures 1:1 (Spring 1997): 53-66
1995 "'Master Harold' and the Bard: Education and Succession in Fugard and Shakespeare," Comparative Drama, Volume 29, Number 4 (Winter 1995-96): 415-435
1995 "'Your Pen, Your Ink': Coetzee's Foe, Robinson Crusoe, and the Politics of Parody," Kunapipi Volume 17, Number 3 (1995):86-101
1995 "The Anarchist's Mirror: Walcott's Omeros and the Epic Tradition," Commonwealth, Volume 17, Number 2 (Spring 1995): 67-81
1995 "Caesar's Toils: Allusion and Rebellion in Oroonoko," Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Volume 7, Number 3 (April 1995): 239-258. Republished in the collection The Eighteenth-Century English Novel, edited by Harold Bloom (Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004).
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Marjorie Rush Hovde
Associate Professor of Technical Communication Adjunct Associate Professor of English Chair of the Technology Leadership & Communication Graduate Program

Phone: 317-274-0825
Email: mhovde@iupui.edu
Campus Address: ET 324F


Marjorie Hovde English, Graduate Faculty, Technical Communications, Writing & Literacy 317-274-0825 mhovde@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Technical Communication Adjunct Associate Professor of English Chair of the Technology Leadership & Communication Graduate Program B.A. Eastern Mennonite College 1979
M.A. University of Iowa 1984
Ph.D. Purdue University 1994.
Professional and technical communication Managing Document Quality Visual Technical Communication Research Approaches for Technical & Professional Communication Teaching Technical & Professional Writing Technology in Popular Culture Technical Report Writing Communication in Engineering Practice "Factors that Enable and Challenge International Engineering Communication: A Case Study of a United States/British Design Team." Transactions in Professional Communication 2014. 57/4. “Creating Procedural Discourse and Knowledge for Software Users Beyond Translation and Transmission.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication Spring, 2010. “MacGyver or Dilbert? An Essay on Images of Technical Experts in Popular Culture.” The Image of Technology: Proceedings 2009 Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery. Eds. Will Wright and Steve Kaplan. pp. 253-257. 2009. 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-GRAD,TCOM,ENG-WRTLITRC
Michal Hughes
Lecturer in English

Phone: 317-278-5707
Email: mhughes2@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502J


Michal Hughes English, Writing Program 317-278-5707 mhughes2@iupui.edu Lecturer in English B.S. Indiana State University, 1979.
M.L.S. Indiana State Unversity, 1980.
Composition and Rhetoric, hypertext communication and persuasion; Literature,esp. Science Fiction, Fantasy, horror and Weird Lit.; uses of narrative in multimedia formats, including graphic novels, comics and video games. I teach L115, Literature for Today: Monsters and Mayhem: W270, Research and Argument; L384, Comic Books in American Culture, L384 Ray Bradbury, and L385, Science Fiction. Distinguished Associate Faculty, IUPUI School of Liberal Arts, 1999-2000.
Outstanding Associate Faculty Writing Instructor, IUPUI Dept. of English Writing Program, 1999-2000.
Featured guest, InconJunction XXVII, I presented "D&D in the Whedonverse," and "Reinventing Fantasy in Comic Books: Sandman and Fables." Poetry: "Dear Granny" Rhino.
"PO" Crosscurrents: A Quarterly.
Nonfiction: "Between Light and Shadow: Toward Building a Collection for All Hallow's Eve." Indiana Media Journal.
"The Confessions of a Science Fiction Reader: Notes upon values taught by Science Fiction and Fantasy" in Reaching Young People through Media. ed. Nancy Pillion. Littleton, Co.: Libraries Unlimited, 1983.
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Matthew Hume
Graduate Research Assistant

Phone: 317-274-7884
Email: mhume@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA133


Matthew Hume English, International Center for Intercultural Communication 317-274-7884 mhume@iupui.edu Graduate Research Assistant B.A., Yale University, 2000 Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, Sociocultural Linguistics Teacher and Edutainer — Gyeonggi English Village, Paju, South Korea (2006) Senior Writer — Active Life Magazine, Noblesville, Indiana Freelance Copy Editor and Copywriter — Random House, Inc., New York, New York 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ICIC
Lynn Jettpace
Senior Lecturer in Writing Program Associate Director, University Writing Center

Phone: 317-278-9214
Email: ljettpac@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 408


Lynn Jettpace English 317-278-9214 ljettpac@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in Writing Program Associate Director, University Writing Center BA, University of Kentucky, 1990
MA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1991.
Composition, Computers in Composition, Online Course Delivery, Gateway Courses, Drama. Phi Beta Kappa Outstanding Faculty Tutor Writing Program Work Group on Participation and Attendance;
University Writing Center Executive Committee;
Department Subcommittee on Lecturer Concerns;
poems published in Jar, Wind, Grasslands Review, Derivatives of Finn 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG
Terry Alan Kirts
Senior Lecturer in English

Phone: 317-274-8929
Email: tkirts@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502Q


Terry Kirts English, Creative Writing 317-274-8929 tkirts@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in English B.A. University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign 1992
M.F.A. Indiana University-Bloomington 1995.
Creative writing, 20th Century American poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction General creative writing; poetry; creative nonfiction Third Place, Wabash Watershed Indiana Poetry Awards, Urban Category, 2014;
Trustees' Teaching Awards, 2010;
Trustees' Teaching Awards, 2004;
Langsam/Oswalt Fellowship, 2003;
First Place, San Diego Writer's Cooperative Prize, 2001;
Semi-Finalist, Indiana Review 2001 Poetry Awards;
Finalist, Discovery/"The Nation" Awards, 2000;
Finalist, Glimmer Train Poetry Open, Spring 2000;
2nd Place, The James Wright Award Competition from Mid-American Review.
Contributing Editor, Indianapolis Monthly, 2007-present Faculty Mentor; Director of Rufus & Louise Reiberg Reading series; coordinator of IUPUI Student Reading Series; preliminary judge and coordinator for annual IUPUI Poetry Contest; annual organizer of English Department Student Awards. To the Refrigerator Gods(Seven Kitchens Press, Editor's Choice Series, 2010); Monthly restaurant reviews and articles in Indianapolis Monthly, 2007-present; weekly restaurant reviews in Nuvo Newsweekly, 2003-2007;
“The Persimmon Reader," poem Adanna (special issue, “Women and Spirituality”) (forthcoming Fall 2015);
"Song for Saint Nicholas Day," poem St. Peter's B-list: Contemporary Poems Inspired by the Saints (Ave Maria Press, 2014);
“Vegetable Crisper.” Alimentum. Issue 13, Winter 2012;
"The Meal We're Waiting For," poem Beer and Butter Tarts (Toronto, Canada, 2014)
"The Saintly and the Sinful: Visions of Indiana Cities," essay in Home Again: Essays and Memoirs from Indiana, Indiana Historical Society Press, 2006;
"O Miracle Whip" and "Macaroni & Cheese Survey," poems published in Gastronomica, 2003;
"Relics: Refrigerator Door" published in Another Chicago Magazine, 2002;
a poem in the anthology Food Poems, published by Bottom Dog Press, 2003;
poems forthcoming in Gents, Bad Boys, and Barbarians: This New Breed, published by Windstorm Creative;
"Today in Illiana" and "Previously Answered Questions," poems in Third Coast, Fall 1999.
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Francia Kissel
Senior Lecturer in English, Course Coordinator for S100: First Year Seminar in Liberal Arts, Adjunct Faculty of University College

Phone: 317-278-8584
Email: fkissel@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 500


Francia Kissel English, Writing Program 317-278-8584 fkissel@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in English, Course Coordinator for S100: First Year Seminar in Liberal Arts, Adjunct Faculty of University College B.A. Butler University 1973
M.A. Butler University 2001
Elementary composition, first-year composition, developmental writing, first-year success seminar, themed learning community links Writing Program Book Selection Committee, Book Discussion Group Leader, Hancock County Public Library 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Karen Kovacik
Professor of English
Director of Graduate Studies

Phone: 317-274-9831
Email: kkovacik@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503U


Karen Kovacik English, Creative Writing, Graduate Faculty, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate, Women's Studies 317-274-9831 kkovacik@iupui.edu Professor of English
Director of Graduate Studies
B.A. Indiana University 1981
Postbaccalaureate Certificate School of the Art Institute of Chicago 1988
M.A. Cleveland State University 1990
Ph.D Ohio State University 1997
contemporary American poetry, history of the lyric, working-class poetry, literary translation, and creative writing I regularly teach poetry writing classes at all levels as well as seminars in twentieth-century American poetry. Indiana Poet Laureate, 2012-14
NEA fellowship in literary translation, 2011;
Winner, Moving Forward Contest for the poem "Invisible Movements";
2017, 2014, 2011, 2007, and 2003 Trustees' Teaching Award;
2007 Charity Randall Citation from the International Poetry Forum;
2006 Best Book of Indiana Award for Metropolis Burning;

2004-05 Fulbright Research Grant to Warsaw, Poland;

2003 Creative Renewal Fellowship, Arts Council of Indianapolis;

2002 Glimmer Train Very Short Story Award for "Madrigals for a Bauhaus Baby";

2002 Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Award;

2001 Chelsea Award for Short Fiction;

1998 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize for Beyond the Velvet Curtain.

Chair, IUPUI Arts and Humanities Initiative Committee, 2009-2014; Director of Creative Writing, 1999-2014; Etheridge Knight Festival for the Arts board of directors, 2005-2014; English Department's Director of Graduate Studies: 2014-present Return of the Prodigal (Poetry Atlanta Press 1991), Nixon and I(Kent State University Press 1998), Beyond the Velvet Curtain (Kent State University Press 1999), Metropolis Burning (Cleveland State, 2005) and translation of Agnieszka Kuciak's Distant Lands: An Anthology of Poets Who Don't Exist (White Pine, 2013); Scattering the Dark: An Anthology of Polish Women Poets (White Pine, 2016); articles in Women's Studies Quarterly and NWSA Journal; numerous translations, poems and stories in Beloit Poetry Journal, Glimmer Train, Chelsea, Massachusetts Review, Salmagundi; translations of Polish poetry in APR, Boston Review, Colorado Review, Crazyhorse, Hayden's Ferry Review, Mid-American Review, Southern Review, Two Lines, West Branch. 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-CRTVWRT,ENG-GRAD,ENG-LIT,ENG-TLITCERT,WOST
Missy Dehn Kubitschek
Professor of English, Africana Studies, Women's Studies, and American Studies

Phone: 317-274-0080
Email: mkubitsc@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501L


Missy Kubitschek English, Africana Studies, Graduate Faculty, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate, Women's Studies 317-274-0080 mkubitsc@iupui.edu Professor of English, Africana Studies, Women's Studies, and American Studies B.A. Carleton College 1972
M.A. University of Illinois 1974
Ph.D. University of Illinois 1979
African-American literature, women's fiction, British Victorian fiction, and multicultural American literature Fellow, Andrew White Society for the Humanities (Cornell University) 1988-89;
Outstanding Woman Faculty Leader at IUPUI, 2005
Advisory Board Member, African American Review and MELUS: Minority and Ethnic Literature of the United States Toni Morrison (Greenwood 1998), Claiming the Heritage: African American Women Novelists and History (University Press of Mississippi 1991);
articles in African American Review, Melus, CLA Journal and Frontiers
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Sarah Layden
Lecturer of English


Phone: 317-274-0089
Email: salayden@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 504K


Sarah Layden English, Creative Writing, Teaching Writing Certificate, Writing Program 317-274-0089 salayden@iupui.edu Lecturer of English
B.S. Syracuse University 1997
M.F.A. Purdue University 2006
Creative writing, literary publishing, composition, literature, first-year success Society of Professional Journalists first and second place awards for social justice reporting, 2009. The Allen and Nirelle Galson Prize for Fiction, Stone Canoe, 2010. Special Mention for Zone 3 Fiction Award, 2008. Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) Intro Journals Award, 2005. National Writing Project teacher consultant, Hoosier Writing Project.
Advanced Institute, Hoosier Writing Project, Summer 2009.
Associate Faculty Coalition, Vice President, 2009-11. Associate Faculty Coalition, President, 2011-2014.
Trip Through Your Wires (Engine Books 2015)
Short fiction in Boston Review, Stone Canoe, Sudden Flash Youth, The Evansville Review, Artful Dodge, Zone 3, failbetter.com, and elsewhere. Poems in Gargoyle Magazine, Reed Magazine, Blood Orange Review, Tipton Poetry Journal, and the anthology Just Like a Girl. Recent essays, interviews and articles in Ladies' Home Journal, Fiction Writers Review, The Humanist, The Writer's Chronicle, NUVO Newsweekly, and Indianapolis Monthly.
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Rory Loughnane
Assistant Research Professor Associate Editor, The New Oxford Shakespeare

Phone: 317-278-0887
Email: rvloughn@iupui.edu
Campus Address: Emilie Building, Suite GL/B


Rory Loughnane English, New Oxford Shakespeare, Literature 317-278-0887 rvloughn@iupui.edu Assistant Research Professor Associate Editor, The New Oxford Shakespeare Ph.D Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland 2009 Dissertation: "Prompting Prudence: Early Modern Revenge Drama and the Memory Training Tradition." B.A. English Studies, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland 2005 Shakespeare and his contemporaries Medieval and Early Modern Literature History and Evolution of Drama Early Modern Ireland Intellectual History (esp. The Arts of Memory) History of the Book Textual Criticism Attribution Studies Critical Theory Visiting Assistant Professor of Early Modern Literature, Syracuse University (2011-2012) IRCHSS Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2010-2011) Book-length projects (selected) Late Shakespeare, 1608-1613 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), co-edited with Andrew Power ISBN 1-107-01619-3 Celtic Shakespeare: The Bard and the Borderers(Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2013, forthcoming), co-edited with Willy Maley ISBN 1-409-42259-4 The Yearbook of English Studies(MHRA, 2014, dedicated to Caroline Literature), co-edited with Andrew Power and Peter Sillitoe Staged Transgression in Shakespeare's England (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013 forthcoming), co-edited with Edel Semple The Memory Arts in Renaissance England: A Critical Companion, co-edited with William E. Engel and Grant Williams (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016, forthcoming) Essays (selected) ‘The Medieval Inheritance’, The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare’s Tragedies, eds. Michael Neill and David Shalkwyk (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming) ‘Chapter One: Stages of Transgression’ Staged Transgression in Shakespeare's England, eds. Rory Loughnane and Edel Semple (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) ‘Public Playhouses’, The Yearbook of English Studies, 2014 (In preparation) ‘The artificial figures and staging remembrance in Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi’, The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England, eds. Thomas Rist and Andrew Gordon (Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, forthcoming, 2013) ‘“I myself would for Caernarfonshire”: The Old Lady in King Henry VIII’, Celtic Shakespeare: The Bard and the Borderers, eds. Rory Loughnane and Willy Maley (Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, forthcoming, 2013), pp. 181-199. ‘Prompting by Choruses: the framework for playgoer response in King Henry VIII’, Late Shakespeare, 1608-1613 eds. Rory Loughnane and Andrew J. Power (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 108-123. ‘The Enigma of Divine Revelation in Tourneur’s The Atheist’s Tragedy’ in Enigma and Revelation in Renaissance Literature: Essays in Honour of Eilean Ni Chuilleanain, eds. Helen Cooney and Mark Sweetnam (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011), pp. 136-151. 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,NOS,ENG-LIT
Kim Brian Lovejoy
Professor of English; Editor, Journal of Teaching Writing; Director, Graduate Certificate in Teaching Writing and Graduate Writing and Literacy Curriculum; Adjunct Professor of University College Adjunct Professor of Latino Studies

Phone: 317-274-2120
Email: klovejoy@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501M


Kim Lovejoy English, Graduate Faculty, Teaching Writing Certificate, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-274-2120 klovejoy@iupui.edu Professor of English; Editor, Journal of Teaching Writing; Director, Graduate Certificate in Teaching Writing and Graduate Writing and Literacy Curriculum; Adjunct Professor of University College Adjunct Professor of Latino Studies B.A. St. Michael's College 1974,
M.A. Purdue University 1977,
Ph.D. University of Missouri (Columbia) 1987
Rhetoric and composition, language varieties/"Englishes," language rights, teaching writing in linguistically diverse classrooms, academic writing, writing pedagogy, self-directed writing, teacher education English Composition I Written "Englishes": Living Cultural Realities Teaching Writing: Issues and Approaches Advanced Writing in the Arts and Sciences Introduction to Writing and Literacy Studies Indiana University Teaching Award, 2015 and 2012 Award for Distinguished Service and Mentoring, Conference on College Composition and Communication, Research Network Forum, 2010 Intercollegiate Athletic Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2001 School of Liberal Arts Teaching Excellence Award, 2000 Award for Service, Conference on College Composition and Communication, Research Netowrk Forum, 1995 Editor, Journal of Teaching Writing.

Editorial Board, Journal of Academic Literacy and Research

Book Reviewer, National Council of Teachers of English.

Co-Chair, Language Policy Committee, Conference on College Composition and Communication.

Executive Committee, Research Network Forum, Conference on College Composition and Communication.

Executive Board, Indiana Teachers of Writing

Board of Advisors and Publications Chair, Indiana Teachers of Writing.

Other People's English: Code-Meshing, Code-Switching, and African American Literacy (Columbia University, Teachers College Press, 2014); Writing, Process, Product & Power (Prentice Hall, 1993);
and articles/book chapters in Language Diversity in the Classroom: From Intention to Practice, Degree of Change , Linguistics and Education, Journal of Teaching Writing, English Journal, and Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture.
1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-GRAD,ENG-TWRICERT,ENG-WRITE,ENG-WRTLITRC
Jennifer Price Mahoney
Lecturer, Associate Director of the Writing Program

Phone: 317-278-2984
Email: jpmahone@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502K


Jennifer Mahoney English, Writing Program 317-278-2984 jpmahone@iupui.edu Lecturer, Associate Director of the Writing Program B.A. in French and English, Indiana University-Bloomington, 1994 M.A. in English, Butler University, 2003 Professional writing, tech and online writing, British literature, French literature and language W131, W231, W202, L115, L204, W315, W496 Outstanding Faculty Tutor, 2008 Outstanding Associate Faculty, IUPUI Writing Program, 2009 Outstanding Associate Faculty, IUPUI School of Liberal Arts, 2009 Favorite Faculty Member, Jag Forensics, 2012 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Thomas Marvin
Associate Professor of English
Adjunct Associate Professor of American Studies
Director, The Sam Masarachia Scholars Program

Phone: 317-274-9844
Email: tmarvin1@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501J


Thomas Marvin English, American Studies, Graduate Faculty, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate, Writing Program 317-274-9844 tmarvin1@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English
Adjunct Associate Professor of American Studies
Director, The Sam Masarachia Scholars Program
B.A. McGill University (Canada) 1982.

M.A. University of Virginia 1983.

Ph.D. University of Massachusetts 1993.

American literature, African-American literature, American Studies, labor studies. Best Article in Labor Studies Journal 2013-2014 for "Starting from Scratch: Building Community Support for Labor Organizing in Indianapolis." Director of Undergraduate Literature (1998-2004)

Acting Associate Chair of English (2004-5)

Director of the Masarachia Scholars Program (2005-present)

Kurt Vonnegut: A Critical Companion. Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 2002.

Articles in American Literature, African American Review, The Explicator,American Periodicals, Labor Studies Journal, The Journal of American Culture and Literature/Film Quarterly.

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Leslie L. Miller
Lecturer in English, Liberal Arts; Academic Coordinator for Critical Inquiry/University College; Lecturer, University College

Phone: 317-274-5034
Email: lesmille@iupui.edu
Campus Address: UC 2001E


Leslie Miller English, Writing Program 317-274-5034 lesmille@iupui.edu Lecturer in English, Liberal Arts; Academic Coordinator for Critical Inquiry/University College; Lecturer, University College B.A., 1977, Southwest Texas State University
M.A., 2004, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.
Composition and Academic Writing, Interactivity in the Composition classroom, speaking at conferences, enhancing the first-year experience. W131 Elementary Composition, W231 Elementary Composition 2, W270 Argumentation, U110 Learning Community, U112 Critical Inquiry Liberal Arts Outstanding Associate Faculty Member (2003-2004) English as a Foreign Language; VALUE Rubric Scoring Curriculum Committee University College “A Case for the Interactive Classroom.” Writing in the Arts, Sciences, and Professional Schools at IUPUI. Ed. Sharon Hamilton. Indianapolis: IUPUI Office for Campus Writing, 2002. 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Kyle Minor
Assistant Professor of English

Phone: 317-278-2258
Email: minork@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA504Q


Kyle Minor English, Creative Writing 317-278-2258 minork@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of English M.F.A., Iowa Writers' Workshop, 2013 M.F.A., The Ohio State University, 2007 M.A., Antioch University, 2003 B.A., Anderson University, 1998 Fiction Writing, Narrative Nonfiction, The Essay, Poetry, Screenwriting, Playwriting, 20th and 21st Century American Literature, Haitian Diasporic Literature, Southern Literature IUPUI: Fiction Writing, Screenwriting, Playwriting, Literary Editing & Publishing Previous Teaching at Ohio State, Antioch, and Capital Universities and the University of Toledo: Fiction Writing, Nonfiction Writing, Poetry, Hybrid and Introductory Workshops, Genre Fiction, Writing about Sports, Writing about Film, 20th Century Literature, Seminar in Point of View, Composition, Writing about Literature, Reading Fiction, Reading Drama. Story Prize Spotlight Award 2015 (for Praying Drunk) Best American Mystery Stories 2015 (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) Best American Nonrequired Reading 2013 (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) Runner-Up, Richard Yates Prize for Short Fiction 2012 (Iowa Writers' Workshop) Iowa Review Prize for Short Fiction 2012 (Iowa Review) Best American Mystery Stories 2008 (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) Random House Best New Voices of 2006/Twentysomething Essays by Twentysomething Writers 20 Under 30 2006 (Columbus Dispatch) Hon. Mention, Atlantic Monthly Fiction Writing Contest, 2005 Hon. Mention, Atlantic Monthly Poetry Writing Contest, 2005 2nd Place, Atlantic Monthly Nonfiction Writing Contest, 2004 Helen Earnhart Harley Fellowship in Creative Writing, 2004-2005 (Ohio State) Tara M. Kroger Prize in Short Fiction, 2004-2005 (Ohio State) Books: Praying Drunk (2014) In the Devil's Territory (2008) Stories, Essays, Miscellany: New York Times Book Review, The Southern Review, The Iowa Review, The Gettysburg Review, Gulf Coast, Puerto del Sol, The Atlantic Online, TinHouse.com, Salon.com, Esquire.com 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-CRTVWRT
Teresa Molinder Hogue
Associate Director of Writing and Literacy Senior Lecturer in English

Phone: 317-274-5650
Email: tmhogue@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502J


Teresa Molinder Hogue English 317-274-5650 tmhogue@iupui.edu Associate Director of Writing and Literacy Senior Lecturer in English B.S. Ball State University 1975 M.A. Indiana University 1984 composition and rhetoric; curriculum development: faculty development; writing program administration; writing centers administration; peer tutoring; history of English; revising for style; science fiction/fantasy writing; writing in the disciplines 1 0 0 1 0 ENG ENG
Megan L. Musgrave
Assistant Professor of English
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Native American and Indigenous Studies
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Women's Studies

Phone: 317-274-5671
Email: memusgra@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502H


Megan Musgrave English, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate, Women's Studies 317-274-5671 memusgra@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of English
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Native American and Indigenous Studies
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Women's Studies
B.A. College of William and Mary, 1994
M.A. Loyola University Chicago, 1999
Ph.D. Loyola University Chicago, 2007
Contemporary Young Adult and Children's literature; American literature; Native American literature, magical realism, Women's Studies Judith Plotz Emerging Scholar Award, 2017
IUPUI Trustees' Teaching Award, 2013 & 2016
Children's Literature Association Faculty Research Grant, 2014
Indiana Arts and Humanities Institute Grant, 2013-14
EMPOWER Grant, 2012-13
Turner-Davis Boundary Crossing Award, 2011
Digital Citizenship in Twenty-First Century Young Adult Literature: Imaginary Activism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
"Gamer Girls, Gold Farming, and Activism In Real Life." Children's Literature in Education, 2016.
"Gaming as Civic Engagement in Salman Rushdie's Luka and the Fire of Life." Children's Literature Quarterly, 2015.
“Phenomenal Women: The Shape-Shifter Archetype in Postcolonial Magical Realist Fiction.” FEMSPEC, 2005.
Co-Editor of Mary Robinson's "A Letter to the Women of England," a Romantic Circles Electronic Edition.
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Deborah Jayne Oesch-Minor


Phone: 317-278-2985
Email: djoeschm@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA429A


Deborah Oesch-Minor English 317-278-2985 djoeschm@iupui.edu 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG
Honnor Orlando
Lecturer, EAP Coordinator- ENG G009, G010, G011

Phone: 317-274-2188
Email: orlandoh@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 341B


Honnor Orlando English, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-2188 orlandoh@iupui.edu Lecturer, EAP Coordinator- ENG G009, G010, G011 MA in ESL, University of Hawai'i-Manoa,12/2003 BA in English and Japanese, Gustavus Adolphus College, 05/1996 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,EAP
Anna Pruitt
Associate Editor, New Oxford Shakespeare Project

Phone: 317-274-2258
Email: anpruitt@iupui.edu
Campus Address: 334 N Senate Ave


Anna Pruitt English, New Oxford Shakespeare, Literature 317-274-2258 anpruitt@iupui.edu Associate Editor, New Oxford Shakespeare Project Ph.D University of California, Davis, English 2012 M.A. University of California, Davis, English 2009 B.A. Boston College, English 2004 Mellon Graduate Student Fellowship in Early Modern Studies, 2012 Summer Research Grant, 2006, 2007, 2011 Miller Fund Travel Grant, 2008, 2010, 2011 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,NOS,ENG-LIT
David J. Sabol
Faculty, Department of English & University College

Phone: 317-274-2508
Email: dsabol@iupui.edu
Campus Address: UC 2139


David Sabol English, Writing Program 317-274-2508 dsabol@iupui.edu Faculty, Department of English & University College 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Jane E. Schultz
Professor of English and Director of Literature. Affiliated faculty in History, American Studies, Women's Studies, Medical Humanities, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis (1988- )
Fellow and Life Member, Clare Hall, Cambridge University, U.K. (1999-2000); Visiting Scholar, Sydney University, New South Wales, Australia (2006-07); Visiting Professor, University of Connecticut (2014)

Phone: 317-274-0082
Email: jschult@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501R


Jane Schultz English, Graduate Faculty, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate, Women's Studies 317-274-0082 jschult@iupui.edu Professor of English and Director of Literature. Affiliated faculty in History, American Studies, Women's Studies, Medical Humanities, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis (1988- )
Fellow and Life Member, Clare Hall, Cambridge University, U.K. (1999-2000); Visiting Scholar, Sydney University, New South Wales, Australia (2006-07); Visiting Professor, University of Connecticut (2014)
B.A. Stanford University 1976
M.A. University of Michigan 1978
Ph.D. University of Michigan 1988; NEH seminar on literature and medicine, 2002.
nineteenth-century American literature and culture, literature and medicine, especially illness narrative; American domestic fiction, historical narrative and life writing, the social history of Civil War relief work, history of nursing, and gender studies American Lit, 1800-1860; American Lit, 1870-1920; Civil War Literature and Culture; Illness Narrative; 19th-C. American Domestic Fiction; Mark Twain; the Literature of Slavery; Jane Austen and Edith Wharton; Henry James; Nathaniel Hawthorne and Herman Melville National Endowment for the Humanities and American Council of Learned Societies Fellow (1990-91);
Outstanding Young Faculty Fellowship (1993-94);
Indiana University Teaching Excellence Recognition Awards (1997, 1999);
National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar on Literature, Medicine, and Culture (2002);
Lincoln Prize finalist for WOMEN AT THE FRONT, 2005; Indiana University New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities Felllowship for "Cancer Stories," 2008-09; IU New Frontiers Fellowship for LEAD, BLOOD, AND INK: A HISTORY OF CIVIL WAR MEDICINE, 2010-11
Board Member, Indiana Medical History Museum Board Member, Indiana Women's History Association Grant Reviewer for the National Endowment for the Humanities Manuscript Reviewer for Univ. of North Carolina, Univ. of Chicago, Indiana Univ., Univ. of Georgia, McGraw-Hill, Addison, Wesley & Longman, and numerous academic journals See attached CV for most up-to-date list. This Birth Place of Souls: The Diary of Harriet Eaton, Civil War Nurse (Oxford UP, 2010); Cancer Stories: The Impact of Narrative on a Modern Malady Special Issue of LITERATURE AND MEDICINE 28.2 (Fall 2009);
Women at the Front: Hospital Workers in Civil War America (University of North Carolina Press 2004);
"Corpus Interruptus: Biotech Drugs, Insurance Providers, and the Treatment of Breast Cancer." Journal of Bioethical Inquiry (July 2007)
"A Calculus of Advocacy: A Patient, Positionality, and Chronic Illness." Illness in the Academy ed. Kimberly Myers, Purdue, 2006;
"Performing Genres: Sara Edmonds Nurse and Spy and the Case of the Cross-Dressed Text." Dressing Up for War ed. Andrew Monnickendam and Aranzazu Usandizaga. Rodopi, 2001;
"Mute Fury: Southern Women's Diaries of Sherman's March to the Sea, 1864-65." Arms and the Woman: War Gender and Literary Representation ed. Helen Cooper, Adrienne Munich, and Susan Squier. Univ. of North Carolina, 1989;

Other Articles in Signs, Journal of Women's History, Civil War History, Prospects: A Journal of American Cultural Studies, Legacy, Minerva Quarterly, The Companion to Southern Literature, Journal of Civil War Medicine, Encyclopedia of the Civil War, ABC-Clio, 2000.

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Susan C. Shepherd
Associate Professor of English

Phone: 317-274-0090
Email: sshephe@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501U


Susan Shepherd English, American Studies, Graduate Faculty, Linguistics, Individualized Major Program, TESOL, Women's Studies 317-274-0090 sshephe@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English B.A. Ohio State University 1975
M.A. Stanford University 1978
Ph.D. Stanford University 1981
Sociolinguistics; language rights, minority languages, and access to healthcare in Kenya; language and oppression, especially with regard to Black English, Deaf communities, pidgins and creoles, and issues of gender; language and culture; the history of English; child language acquisition 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,AMST,ENG-GRAD,ENG-LING,IMP,ENG-TESOL,WOST
Carrie Lynn Sickmann Han
Visiting Assistant Professor

Phone: 317-274-0088
Email: csickman@iupui.edu
Campus Address: Cavanaugh Hall 429


Carrie Sickmann Han English, Literature 317-274-0088 csickman@iupui.edu Visiting Assistant Professor B.A. Texas Christian University, 2006 M.A. Indiana University, Bloomington, 2008 Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington, 2015 Nineteenth-Century British literature; Children's and Young Adult Literature; Adaptation Studies; History of the Book; Narrative Theory Nineteenth-Century British Fiction (L348); Children's Literature (L390); Literature for Adolescents (L376); Women and Literature (L207); English Literature Survey II (L302) William Riley Parker Prize in British Literature. Indiana University. 2015. National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Scholar. “Performing Dickens: Oliver Twist and Great Expectations on Page Stage, and Screen.” Dickens Project. Summer 2014. Patrick Brantlinger Dissertation Fellowship. Indiana University, Victorian Studies Program. 2014-2015. Albert Wertheim Dissertation Fellowship. Performance Studies. Indiana University Department of English. 2012-2013. Co-editor. Streaky Bacon: A Guide to Victorian Adaptations. www.streakybacon.net. 2016-present. “Pickwick’s Other Papers: Continually Reading Dickens.” Victorian Literature and Culture. 44.1 (2016): 19-41. “The Oliver! Phenomenon; or, ‘Please sir, we want more and more!’” Co-written with Joss Marsh. Dickens Bicentenary Special Issue, Dickens and Modernity. Ed Juliet John. Essays and Studies. 65 (2012): 150-170. 0 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-LIT
Frank Smith
Senior Lecturer in the English for Academic Purposes Program Associate Program Director of the English for Academic Purposes Program

Phone: 317-274-2137
Email: fms@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 341B


Frank Smith English, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-2137 fms@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in the English for Academic Purposes Program Associate Program Director of the English for Academic Purposes Program M.A., Georgia State University, 2000 English as a Second Language Outstanding Faculty Tutor (2012) INTESOL 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,EAP
J.J. Stenzoski
Lecturer in English

Phone: 317-278-5709
Email: jstenzos@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 343A


J.J. Stenzoski English, Creative Writing, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-278-5709 jstenzos@iupui.edu Lecturer in English B.S. U.S. Naval Academy 1980
U.S. Navy Test Pilot School 1986
M.S. U.S. Naval Postgraduate School 1992
1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-CRTVWRT,ENG-WRITE,ENG-WRTLITRC
Jennifer Thorington Springer
Associate Professor of English, Africana Studies

Phone: 317-278-2636
Email: jtspring@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501K


Jennifer Thorington Springer English, Africana Studies, Graduate Faculty, Literature, Teaching Literature Certificate, Women's Studies 317-278-2636 jtspring@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English, Africana Studies B.A. Westfield State College 1994
M.A. Miami University 1998
Ph.D. Miami University 2001
Caribbean literature; postcolonial literature and studies; African American literature; ethnic immigrant literature Trustees Teaching Award, IUPUI, 2005, 2007 Outstanding Woman Faculty Leader Award, IUPUI, 2006 Referee for Twentieth-Century Literature Articles in Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism and FEMSPEC 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,AFRO,ENG-GRAD,ENG-LIT,ENG-TLITCERT,WOST
Thomas A. Upton
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
Director, Program for Intensive English
Professor of English


Phone: 317-274-4226
Email: tupton@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 441D


Thomas Upton Liberal Arts, Office of Faculty Affairs, English, Graduate Faculty, Linguistics, Program for Intensive English, TESOL, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-4226 tupton@iupui.edu Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
Director, Program for Intensive English
Professor of English
B.A. Wheaton College 1983
M.A. Wheaton College 1985
M.A. University of Minnesota 1989
Ph.D. University of Minnesota 1993
Teaching English as a Second Language, applied linguistics, second language acquisition, corpus linguistics, second language reading, discourse analysis, English for academic and specific purposes, intensive English instruction Editorial Board member for English for Specific Purposes: An International Journal. author, Reading Skills for Success: A Guide to Academic Texts (University of Michigan Press, 2004);
co-author, Discourse on the Move: Using corpus analysis to describe discourse structure (John Benjamins Publishing Co., 2007);
co-author, Strategies in Responding to the new TOEFL Reading Tasks (Monograph No. 33, Educational Testing Services, 2006);
articles in System>, Discourse Studies>, Language Testing Journal, Journal of College Reading and Learning, English for Specific Purposes: An International Journal, Studies in Second Language Acquisition, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, and TESL-EJ;
and in books: New Ways in Content-Based Instruction, New Ways of Using Computers in Language Teaching, Mainstreaming: Case Studies in TESOL Practice Series, Corpus Analysis: Language Structure and Language Use.
1 0 0 0 0 ENG SLA-FAC,ENG,ENG-GRAD,ENG-LING,PIE,ENG-TESOL,EAP
Scott R. Weeden
Senior Lecturer in English and English-W131 Stretch Course Coordinator
SLA Faculty Fellow for Assessment
Chair, Program Review and Assessment Committee

Phone: 317-274-9670
Email: sweeden@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 423C


Scott Weeden English, Teaching Writing Certificate, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-274-9670 sweeden@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in English and English-W131 Stretch Course Coordinator
SLA Faculty Fellow for Assessment
Chair, Program Review and Assessment Committee
B.A. State University College at Oswego, NY 1979
M.A. University of Iowa 1988
Ph.D. Illinois State University 1998
Academic literacy
Writing program administration
Rhetorical theory and history
Assessment
English-W131, Reading, Writing, and Inquiry
English-W210, Literacy and Public Life
English-W230, Writing in the Sciences
English-W270, Academic Argument
English-W509, Introduction to Writing and Literacy Studies
Trustees Teaching Award 2017 (School of Liberal Arts)
Langsam-Oswalt Summer Fellowship 2015 (School of Liberal Arts)
Outstanding Lecturer 2014 (School of Liberal Arts)
Favorite Professor 2009, 1998 (Dept. of Athletics)
Barbara Zimmer Travel Award 1999 (Department of English, IUPUI)
Ora Bretal Scholarship 1995 (Illinois State University)
"Bridging the Gaps: Collaboration in a Faculty and Librarian Community of Practice on Information Literacy" (with Francia Kissell, Mel Wininger, Pat Wittberg, Randall Halverson, Meagan Lacy, and Rhonda Huisman), in Information Literacy: Research and Collaboration across Disciplines. Eds. Barbara J. D'Angelo, Sandra Jamieson, Barry Maid, and Janice R. Walker. Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado, 2016.
"Assessment Changes for the Long Haul: Dynamic Criteria Mapping at IUPUI" (with Susanmarie Harrington), in Organic Writing Assessment: Dynamic Criteria Mapping in Action. Ed. Bob Broad. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2009.
"Teacher as Trickster" (with Ken Davis), Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 9.2 (2009).
Story number 84 in Comp Tales: An Introduction to College Composition Through Its Stories. Eds. Richard H. Haswell and Min-Zhan Lu. New York: Longman, 2000.
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Mel Wininger
Senior Lecturer in English

Phone: 317-278-8581
Email: mrwining@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 423D


Mel Wininger English, Writing Program, Writing & Literacy 317-278-8581 mrwining@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in English B.A. Bob Jones University 1979
M.A. Clemson University 1986
M.A. Indiana University 1990
Ph.D. candidate Indiana University
Literacy/rhetorical/literary/critical theory; writing in disciplines as high impact practice; first-year writing and learning, focusing on honors courses; teacher preparation IUPUI Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award 1997 Kissel, F., Wininger, M. R., Weeden, S, Wittberg, P, Halveson, R., Lacy, M., & Huisman, R. Bridging the gap: Collaboration in a faculty and librarian community of practice. In B. D’Angelo, S. Jamieson, B. Maid, and J. R. Walker (Eds.), Not just for librarians: Issues in information literacy. Series: WAC Clearinghouse Perspectives on Writing. Ft. Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse and Anderson, SC: Parlor Press. Johnson, K. and Wininger, M. R. Quality Collaboratives (QC) Case Study – September 2015. AAC & U. https://www.aacu.org/qc/casestudies/qc3 1 0 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE,ENG-WRTLITRC
Becky Rae Armoto
Associate faculty, writing

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: barmoto@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Becky Rae Armoto English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 barmoto@iupui.edu Associate faculty, writing 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Jason Michael Aukerman


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: jaukerma@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Jason Aukerman English, Literature, Writing Program 317-274-1103 jaukerma@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-LIT,ENG-WRITE
Denise Beck
Associate Faculty, Writing

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: dgbeck@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Denise Beck English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 dgbeck@indiana.edu Associate Faculty, Writing BS Butler University 1977
MS Butler University 1981
Women's studies Religious studies W131 W131 online W270 Writing Center Outstanding Associate Faculty member for the Writing Department 2015 Outstanding Faculty Tutor for the Writing Center 2015 I taught high school English for 35 years. During those years, I taught W131 and L202 for 19 years to high school seniors. 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Melissa A. Braunschweig
Associate Faculty in English

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mbraunsc@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Melissa Braunschweig English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 mbraunsc@iupui.edu Associate Faculty in English BA in Classics, Rockford College, 1994 MA in English Teaching Writing Specialization, Southern IL Univ, 2008 Literacy, Student engagement & motivation, Technology, Online Teaching, Writing assessment W130/W131,W131, W131 online (Freshman Composition), W270 (Academic Argument) 2015 Barbara E. Zimmer Associate Faculty Award 2016 Gateway Technology Fellowship 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Lori M Bruns
Associate Faculty, EAP

Email: lmbruns@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 341


Lori Bruns English, English for Academic Purposes Program lmbruns@iupui.edu Associate Faculty, EAP B.A., Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (2002), M.A., Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (2006) English as a Second Language, English for Academic Purposes, English Writing Fundamentals of English (W130-EAP), Elementary Composition I (W131-EAP) Golden Key International Honour Society 2001 Making a Difference Nomination 2007 Barbara E. Zimmer Associate Faculty Award 2010 English Department Writing Program Outstanding Associate Faculty Award 2012 School of Liberal Arts Outstanding Associate Faculty Award 2012 Grandma died again? Student excuses as authentic persuasive writing materials, co-presented with M. Catherine Beck, Frank Smith IV, and Kate Dobson, INTESOL Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN, October, 2012 His, mine or ours? Curbing cheating among EAP students. Poster presented with Cathy Beck at the annual conference of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Denver, CO, March 2009. Screencasting: using a virtual tool for the traditional classroom, co-presented with Estela Ene and Cathy Beck at the annual conference of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Boston, MA, March 2010 Beck, M. C., Hamstra, M., Bruns, L., Orlando, H., & Smith IV, F. M. (2009, July). A review of ESP materials for law and MBA students. TESOL English for Specific Purposes Newsletter, (14). http://www.tesol.org/s_tesol/article.asp?vid=200&DID=12535&sid=1&cid=847&iid=12533&nid=3534 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,EAP
David Cardwell
Associate Faculty

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: dcardwel@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


David Cardwell English, University Writing Center, Writing Program 317-274-1103 dcardwel@iupui.edu Associate Faculty AB, History, Oberlin College PhD, Cinema, University of Southern California Writing, Film Studies 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,UWC,ENG-WRITE
Margaret (Maggie) E Daniel
Senior Associate Faculty, Writing Program Faculty Consultant, University Writing Center

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: medaniel@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Margaret (Maggie) Daniel English, Writing Center, Writing Program 317-274-1103 medaniel@iupui.edu Senior Associate Faculty, Writing Program Faculty Consultant, University Writing Center B. S. Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis, 1988 M. S. Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis, 1995 Academic writing, peer tutoring, writing and literacy, fiction writing, cultural diversity W130, W131, W132 IUPUI School of Liberal Arts Distinguished Associate Faculty 1997-98 LOCAL Covenant Christian High School Writer’s Club Co-director 2009-2011 REGIONAL Ivy Tech Adjunct Faculty Conferences Conference attendee February 2013, 2014 East Central Writing Centers Association Conference volunteer March 2012 Daniel, Maggie. “The Road Taken.” Coram Deo. Fall/Winter 2007: 30. 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-UWC,ENG-WRITE
Hermione Miles Gorney


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: hmgorney@iun.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Hermione Gorney English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 hmgorney@iun.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Johnna Elaine Hampton
Associate Faculty, Writing Program

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: joehampt@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Johnna Hampton English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 joehampt@iupui.edu Associate Faculty, Writing Program Urban Adult Education (Personal Development in Written & Verbal Communication), Multilingual Approaches to Education (Englishes) W131 - Elementary Composition 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Patricia F Harvey
Associate Faculty, English Writing Program

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: pfharvey@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Patricia Harvey English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 pfharvey@iupui.edu Associate Faculty, English Writing Program Master of Arts in English IU 2012 Certificate of Teaching Writing IU 2012 Bachelor of Arts,English/Creative Writing IU 2005 Professional Recognition and Honors: 2009 Outstanding University Writing Center Faculty Tutor 2008 21 Club recipient for contributions to freshmen retention Publications: 2012 Ichabod’s Sketchbook: poetry 2011 Fioretti: poetry 2009 Poets Against War website: poetry 2005 UWC: Inspirational Omnibus for Writing Tutors 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Cheryl Hauth
Associate faculty, writing

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: chauth@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Cheryl Hauth English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 chauth@iupui.edu Associate faculty, writing 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Melissa Michelle Hopson


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mmhopson@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Melissa Hopson English, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-1103 mmhopson@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,EAP
Sally Hornback
Lecturer in English

Phone: 317-278-2477
Email: shornbac@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502L


Sally Hornback English, Writing Program 317-278-2477 shornbac@iupui.edu Lecturer in English B.A. Ball State University
M.A. Butler University
professional writing, world literature W231 W131(online) W132 L105 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Victoria Rose Johnson


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: virojohn@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Victoria Johnson English 317-274-1103 virojohn@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG
Abigail A. Kincaid


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: aakincai@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Abigail Kincaid English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 aakincai@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Meg (Margaret) Leimkuhler


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mleimkuh@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Meg (Margaret) Leimkuhler English, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-1103 mleimkuh@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,EAP
Elizabeth Schulte Martin
Associate Faculty, Writing Program

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: eljeschu@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Elizabeth Martin English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 eljeschu@iupui.edu Associate Faculty, Writing Program B.A. in English Webster University, 2003 M.F.A. in Creative Writing, 2009 Fiction, Visual Rhetoric, Pop Culture, Feminism Elizabeth has been teaching first year writing courses since 2006, beginning her career as a graduate student at Fresno State. She has been a part of the First Year Writing Program at IUPUI since 2013. Favorite Teacher Award, IUPUI Athletic Department 2016 Pushcart Anthology Special Mention 2011 The William Saroyan Scholarship in Fiction, CSU Fresno 2006-2009 Elizabeth's stories have appeared in Hot Metal Bridge, New England Review, Witness, and Ninth Letter 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Benjamin Robert Michaelis


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: benrmich@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Benjamin Michaelis English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 benrmich@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Milena Lyubomirova Mileva
Associate faculty, writing

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mmileva@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Milena Mileva English, Writing Program, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-1103 mmileva@iupui.edu Associate faculty, writing 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE,EAP
Norman Minnick
Associate faculty, writing

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: nlminnic@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Norman Minnick English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 nlminnic@iupui.edu Associate faculty, writing BA, Marian University, 1999 MFA, Florida International University, 2001 Butler University, 2001-2008 Fountain Square Academy, 2008-2009 Ivy Tech Community College, 2009-Present Marian University, 2010-Present IUPUI, 2004 and 2009-Present Academy of American Poets Prize, 2001 First Series Award for Poetry, Mid-List Press, 2006 Folly (Poems). Wind Publications (2013). To Taste the Water (Poems). Mid-List Press, Minneapolis (2007). Between Water and Song: New Poets for the Twenty-First Century (Anthology editor). White Pine Press, Buffalo (2010). Selected Journals Essays: The Writer’s Chronicle, Teachers & Writers Magazine, Notre Dame Review, The Worcester Review, Rowboat Magazine. Poetry: 5AM; Blue Mesa Review; The Caribbean Writer; Chelsea; The Christian Science Monitor; Crab Orchard Review; Exquisite Corpse; Fourteen Hills; The Grove Review; Isotope; Notre Dame Review; The Oxford American; Poetry East; The Seattle Review; Southern Indiana Review; Spillway; Stand; Tar River Poetry; The Texas Observer; Zone 3 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Teba L Mohammad


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email:
Campus Address: CA313


Teba Mohammad English, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-1103 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,EAP
Lylanne Musselman
Associate faculty, writing

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: lylmusse@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Lylanne Musselman English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 lylmusse@iupui.edu Associate faculty, writing 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Jeffrey Stuart Nelson
Senior Adjunct Professor

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: nelsjest@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Jeffrey Nelson English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 nelsjest@iupui.edu Senior Adjunct Professor 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
William John Peck
Senior Associate Faculty

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: wjpeck@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


William Peck English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 wjpeck@iupui.edu Senior Associate Faculty B.A. Eastern Illinois University 2003, M.A. Purdue University 2005, Ph.D. Candidate Purdue University Reading Writing and Inquiry 1 (W131), Professional Writing Skills (W231) 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Michael Powers
Associate faculty, writing

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mapowers@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Michael Powers English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 mapowers@iupui.edu Associate faculty, writing 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Tegan Echo Rieske


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: terieske@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Tegan Rieske English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 terieske@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Lindsay Gail Rosa


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: lrosa@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Lindsay Rosa English, New Oxford Shakespeare, Writing Program 317-274-1103 lrosa@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,NOS,ENG-WRITE
Raeeka Sadigh Sadri


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: rssadri@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Raeeka Sadigh Sadri English, English for Academic Purposes Program 317-274-1103 rssadri@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,EAP
Grant Matthew Vecera
Associate faculty, English

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: gvecera@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Grant Vecera English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 gvecera@iupui.edu Associate faculty, English B.A. in English Literature, Indiana University, 1988. M.F.A. in Creative Writing, University of Arkansas, 1993. the life of the mind freshman courses in writing and thinking “Big Pine Key, July, 1995” (Poem). Flying Island. Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring-Summer 2007: 30. “Routine” (Poem). Artisan: A Journal of Craft. Nov. 2000: 25. “Barbie” (Poem). Coal City Review. #15, October 2000: 19. “Barbie” (Poem). Concho River Review. Vol. xiv, No. 1, Spring 2000: 111. “Ninth Grade” (Poem). Chiron Review. #62, Summer 2000: 16. “Geo” (Poem). Chiron Review. #62, Summer 2000: 16. “Barbie” (Poem). Chiron Review. #62, Summer 2000: 16. “Adolescence” (Poem). Birmingham Poetry Review. #20, Spring-Summer 1999: 39. “Routine” (Poem). Southern Indiana Review. Vol. 6, 1999: 17. “At the Montrose Ave. Café” (Poem). Pinyon Poetry. #7, Spring 1999: 6. “Beach” (Poem). Pinyon Poetry. #7, Spring 1999: 7. “Housekeeper” (Poem). Blue Violin: Journal of Free Verse. #5, July 1999: 25. “Obsessive-Compulsive” (Poem). Argestes. Vol. 2, Spring 1999: 53. “At the Montrose Ave. Café” (Poem). Baybury Review. Vol. 2, 1998: 1. “Coin Laundry” (Poem). Eratica. V. 2, No. 4, Fall 1997: 30. “Warehouse” (Poem). Eratica. V. 2, No. 4, Fall 1997: 30. “The Balloon Man” (Poem). Art Access. Vol. 6, No. 10, Nov. 1997: 2. “The Balloon Man” (Poem). Birmingham Poetry Review. #17, Fall-Winter 1997: 41. “A Vision” (Poem). Birmingham Poetry Review. #17, Fall-Winter 1997: 42. “My Dog Dream of You” (Poem). Lynx Eye. Vol. IV, No. 2, Spring 1997: 94. “Another Rainy Morning…” (Poem). Main Street Rag. Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 1997: 12. “At the Montrose Ave. Café” (Poem). Hamline Journal. Vol. 2, No. 1, 1997: 4. “Possum” (Poem). Fresh Ground: A Poetry Annual. #5, 1997: 21. “My Photographs, My Automobile” (Poem). Fresh Ground: A Poetry Annual. #5, 1997: 22. “the knowledge of chicken bones” (Poem). ProCreation. Vol. 1, No. 2, 1997: 31. “Jar 899” (Poem). A New Song. Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring-Summer 1997: 14. “Red Light” (Poem). The Green Hills Literary Lantern. #7, 1996. “Big Pine Key, Fla.” (Poem). Lightning & Ash. #1, 1996: 13. “Two Ugly Robins” (Poem). Lightning & Ash. #1, 1996: 13. “Employment” (Poem). Rain Dog Review. Vol. 1, Issue 4, Spring 1996: 53. “Driving the Senior Citizens” (Poem). Poetry Motel. #22, 1995: Wallpaper. “The Hole in my Chest…” (Poem). Birmingham Poetry Review. No. 13, Fall-Winter 1995: 43. “Angel Faces” (Poem). Mockingbird. Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter 1995: 20. “Crucifixion Story” (Poem). Rain Dog Review. Vol. 1, Issue 3, Winter 1995: 14. 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Felicia Williams


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: fthigpen@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Felicia Williams English 317-274-1103 fthigpen@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG
Felicia E. Williams


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: feewilli@iue.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Felicia Williams English 317-274-1103 feewilli@iue.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG
Jerry Zumer
Associate faculty, writing

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: jzumer@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Jerry Zumer English, Writing Program 317-274-1103 jzumer@iupui.edu Associate faculty, writing 0 1 0 0 0 ENG ENG,ENG-WRITE
Sherra L. Schick
Visiting Assistant Professor of Film Studies

Phone: 317-278-2493
Email: sschick@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CA 502N


Sherra Schick Film Studies, Communication Studies 317-278-2493 sschick@indiana.edu Visiting Assistant Professor of Film Studies 0 1 0 0 0 ENG-FILM ENG-FILM,COMM
Anja Diana Petrakopoulos


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: asaak@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Anja Petrakopoulos Writing Program 317-274-1103 asaak@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ENG-WRITE ENG-WRITE
Kenneth W. Davis
Professor Emeritus of English

Email: kdavis@iupui.edu


Kenneth Davis Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired kdavis@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of English B.A. Drake University 1967
M.A. Columbia University 1968
Ph.D. University of Michigan 1975
Business communication, especially business writing and international business communication; editing; story-based pedagogy; Shakespeare; modernist British literature, especially Joyce; systems, complexity, and chaos theories and their application to literature. Faculty Service Award, National University Continuing Education Association Founding Faculty, IU School of Informatics
Chair, Department of English, 1999-2002
Better Business Writing: A Process Approach (Charles E. Merrill 1983)
(co-author) Business Communication for the Information Age (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1988)
Rehearsing the Audience: Ways to Develop Student Perceptions of Theatre (National Council of Teachers of English 1988)
(co-author) Writing: Process, Product, and Power (Prentice Hall 1993)
The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Business Writing and Communication (McGraw-Hill 2005) (translated into Mandarin, 2006)
1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED EMERITUS,ENG-RETIRED
Aye-Nu Elizabeth Duerksen
Associate Director, English for Academic Purposes Program
Senior Lecturer, Department of English
Coordinator,EAP Communication Skills Courses.

Phone: 317-278-2424
Email: aduerkse@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 341 F


Aye-Nu Duerksen Emeritus/Retired, Emeritus/Retired 317-278-2424 aduerkse@iupui.edu Associate Director, English for Academic Purposes Program
Senior Lecturer, Department of English
Coordinator,EAP Communication Skills Courses.
B.A. (Honours)(English Literature and Language) Rangoon University (Burma)
M.A. (Linguistics) Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia)
Ph.D. (English, Applied Linguistics and TESOL) Ball State University.
TESOL (EFL, ESL, EAP, ESP), Second Language Acquisition, Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis, Corpus linguistics, ITA training and development, CALL, Distance Learning, E-Assessment and South East Asian Linguistics. APAFSC Outstanding Leadership and Service Awards (2013, 2014);ASU Outstanding Faculty Award (2011); 2008 Trustee Teaching Award; 2003 Trustee Teaching Excellence Award;
School of Liberal Arts Teaching Fellow (SoTL) 2003-2004, 2004-2005;
Fulbright Scholar 1985 & 1991;
National Award for Excellence in Teaching and Service 1984 & 1987;
and Colombo Plan Scholarship Award 1972-74.
Executive Committee Member, Asian American Professional Women's Association Executive Committee Member, Past President, Chair of Mentoring Committee Asian Pacific American Faculty and Staff Council (IUPUI Chapter) Faculty Advisor, IUPUI Burma and Chin Student Associations. Spoken English Practice Books 1, 2 and 3 (1982 & 1983),
English Essays for First Year Regional College Students (RegionalCollege Publications 1977-80 editions),
English Grammar Drills for First Year Regional College Students (Regional College Publications1977-80 editions),
and English Grammar Drills and Composition for Second Year Regional College Students (Regional College Publications 1978-81 editions)
1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED ENG-RETIRED,EAP-RETIRED
Sharon J. Hamilton
Professor Emeritus of English
Past Associate Dean of the Faculties
Former Director of FACET (Indiana University Faculty Colloquium for Excellence in Teaching)
Founding Director of the Center on Integrating Learning at IUPUI

Email: shamilto@iupui.edu


Sharon Hamilton Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired shamilto@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of English
Past Associate Dean of the Faculties
Former Director of FACET (Indiana University Faculty Colloquium for Excellence in Teaching)
Founding Director of the Center on Integrating Learning at IUPUI
B.A. University of Winnipeg (Canada) 1969
B. Ed. University of Manitoba (Canada) 1978
M. Ed. 1982
Ph.D. University of London (England) 1986
Electronic portfolios (institutional, student, faculty);
Learning communities and communities of practice;
the scholarship of teaching and learning;
collaborative learning;
literacy
FACET and NETwork for Excellence in Teaching,
Arts Council of Indiana Creative Renewal Fellow;
Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching;
Chancellor's Professor;
Carnegie Scholar
Director, Campus Writing and IUPUI Institutional Portfolio Project;
Trustee, National Council of Teachers of English Research Foundation;
and Honorary Patron, Literacy Partners of Manitoba
My Name's Not Susie: A Life Transformed by Literacy,
and several publications in print and video on collaborative learning and other aspects of literacy;
several journal articles on electronic portfolios, assessment, and general education.
1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED EMERITUS,ENG-RETIRED
Karen Ramsay Johnson
Associate Professor of English
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies and American Studies

Phone: 317-274-3824
Email: kjohnso6@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502L


Karen Johnson Emeritus/Retired, Emeritus/Retired 317-274-3824 kjohnso6@iupui.edu Associate Professor of English
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies and American Studies
B.A. Furman University 1973
M.A. Emory University 1976
Ph.D. Emory University 1983
Twentieth- and twenty-first-century American literature, Southern literature, postcolonial literature, literature of South Africa and India, literature in social and historical context FACET (Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching; TERA (Teaching Excellence Recognition Award) Numerous Departmental, School, and Campus Committees Articles in American Literature, Ariel, Mississippi Quarterly, Centennial Review and Humanities in the South 1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED ENG-RETIRED,WOST-RETIRED
William M. Plater
Chancellor's Professor Emeritus of English
Executive Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculties Emeritus, IUPUI

Phone: 317-261-3000
Email: wplater@iupui.edu
Campus Address: 334 N. Senate Suite 300


William Plater Emeritus/Retired 317-261-3000 wplater@iupui.edu Chancellor's Professor Emeritus of English
Executive Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculties Emeritus, IUPUI
B.A. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1967
M.A. 1969, Ph.D. 1973
contemporary American fiction, the humanities and advanced technologies, administration of higher education, and excellence in higher education member, Indiana Commission for Higher Education Campus Missions Advisory Committee;
member, Indiana Western Governor'sSteering Committee for the Indiana Commission for Higher Education;
member, IU Center on Philanthropy Board of Governors;
member,Council on Academic Affairs, NASULGC;
member, Council for Adult and EXPERIENTIAL Learning Board of Trustees;
and member, The Children's Museum Board of Directors
The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon (Indiana University Press 1978);
articles in Technology Success Stories:Using Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning at IUPUI, and Metropolitan Universities;
and numerous other articles, papers,speeches and reviews
1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED ENG-RETIRED
Mary Jo Pride
Lecturer in English (Retired)

Phone: 317-274-1046
Email: mpride1@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 408


Mary Jo Pride Emeritus/Retired, Emeritus/Retired 317-274-1046 mpride1@iupui.edu Lecturer in English (Retired) B.A. Butler University 1963
M.S. 1967
Ab.D. Indiana University
research writing, writing at the freshman level Directed the Hal Tobin Freshman Writing Award, 1999-2000 Pride, Mary Jo. "Assisting Students in Research Writing." Writing in the Arts, Sciences, and Profesional Schools of IUPUI. Ed Sharon J. Hamilton. Indianapolis; St. Clair Press, 83-87. Pride, Mary Jo "The Open Door: For Persons with Disabilities."
Growing Through Our Past into the Future: Journeys of Educators on the Path to Cultural Competence. Ed Marla H. Zimmerman(n.p.) (e-book) 24 August 2005. .
1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED ENG-RETIRED,UWC-RETIRED
Mary Sauer
Senior Lecturer in English Emeritus

Email: msauer@iupui.edu


Mary Sauer Emeritus/Retired msauer@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in English Emeritus B.A. Augustana College 1968
M.A.L.S. Valparaiso University 1969
developmental writing, freshman writing, writing with computers, curriculum development for core writing courses,pedagogical applications for writing with computers, instructor orientation, and the reading-writing connection Retired 1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED ENG-RETIRED
Helen J. Schwartz
Professor Emeritus of English

Email: hschwart@iupui.edu


Helen Schwartz Emeritus/Retired hschwart@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of English B.A. Cornell University 1964
M.A. University of Washington 1966
Ph.D. University of Washington 1971
computer-mediated writing, Shakespeare, reading-writing theory, and use of computers in writing (specifically with electronic mail and hypertext) Fulbright Scholar (Turkey) 2010
National Science Foundation grant for writing-in-mathematics software,
Fulbright Scholar (Netherlands) 1988,
and Lilly Open Faculty Fellowship
Chair, EDUCOM panel to assess the impact of computers on writing;
and member, Executive Committee for Conference on CollegeComposition and Communication
Interactive Writing (Holt 1984);
and articles in College English, College Composition and Communication and Computers and Composition
1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED ENG-RETIRED
Judith (Judy) Ann Spector
Professor Emerita, English (IUPU Columbus)

Phone: 812-348-7213
Email: jspector@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CO 162A


Judith (Judy) Spector Emeritus/Retired, IUPU Columbus 812-348-7213 jspector@iupui.edu Professor Emerita, English (IUPU Columbus) A.B. University of Michigan 1967
Certification, Teacher of English as a Second Language (London, 1968)
M.A. Indiana University 1975
Ph.D. 1977.
literature and psychology, and language and psychology (psychoanalytic interpretation of texts, gender studies,computer-assisted learning, concepts of narrative identity) Teaching Excellence Recognition Award 1997
Trustee's Teaching Award, 2005
FACET, 2005
On-site administrator for Department of English at IUPU Columbus;
Supervisor of adjunct faculty for the English Program
Editor, Contributor: Gender Studies: New Directions in Feminist Criticism (Bowling Green State University Popular Press 1986);
numerous journal articles
1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED ENG-RETIRED,COL
Richard C. Turner
Professor Emeritus of English and Philanthropic Studies
Chair of Philanthropic Studies Faculty

Email: rturner@iupui.edu


Richard Turner Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired, Emeritus/Retired rturner@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of English and Philanthropic Studies
Chair of Philanthropic Studies Faculty
B.A. Boston College 1966
M.A. Emory University 1968
Ph.D. Emory University 1972
Restoration and eighteenth-century English literature, literary criticism and theory, the teaching of literature, literature and science, and philanthropic studies Liberal Arts Outstanding Faculty Award 1980 and IUPUI Experience Excellence Award 1995 0 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED EMERITUS,ENG-RETIRED,WOST-RETIRED
Anne C. Williams
Professor Emeritus in English

Phone: 317-274-0089
Email: awilliam@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 504Q


Anne Williams Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired 317-274-0089 awilliam@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus in English B.A. Butler University 1970
M.S. Indiana University 1976
first-year writing courses, fiction, creative non-fiction, and research writing Portfolio Learning (Prentice Hall 1998), and The Company of Crows (Herron Press 1996) 1 0 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED EMERITUS,ENG-RETIRED
Jim Powell
Senior Lecturer Emeritus in English

Email: jepowell@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA502L


Jim Powell Emeritus/Retired jepowell@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer Emeritus in English M.F.A., 1976, Bowling Green State University include writing fiction, Indiana literature, contemporary fiction. Liberal Arts Outstanding Associate Faculty Award, 2000-2001 Trustees Teaching Award 2009 former Executive Director of the Writers Center of Indianapolis (now the Indiana Writers Center), 1979-99. Recent stories published include: "Toyland" in Bartleby Snopes "Tigerville" in Storyscape "Scouts" in Crack the Spine 0 1 0 1 0 ENG-RETIRED ENG-RETIRED