Coordinator of the Gender & Womens Studies Program.
Teaching at Kennesaw State since 2002
Education: Ph.D. 2011, Georgia State University, M.A. in English, 2002, Middle Tennessee State University
Specializations: Gender and Women’s Studies, U.S. Southern Literature, Postcolonial Literature
Courses Regularly Taught: ENGL 2110: World Literature, GWST 3000: Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies, ENGL 3340 Ethnic Literatures, ENGL 3330 Gender Studies, GWST 3100 Gender and the U.S. South
Most Recent or Most Important Publications: Teachers as Avatars: English Studies in the Digital Age. Co-Edited with Linda Stewart. Hampton Press, 2011 “A Seat at the Table for EVERYONE: Exercises in Valuing Diversity.” in Getting Culture: Best Practices for Teaching Diversity Across the Curriculum. Ed. Regan, et al. Sterling: Stylus Publishing, 2008. Co-Authored with Lynn Boettler, Christy Price. “The In-House Conference: A Strategy for Disrupting Order and Shifting Identities.” Pedagogy. Duke University Press, Vol. 8, 2008. Co-Authored with Beth Daniell, Linda Stewart, Ellen Taber.