Dr. Celia Patterson
Phone: 620-235-4689 Fax: 620-235-4686
Celia Patterson, Department ChairProfessor, Englishcapatterson@pittstate.edu434 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4689B.S., M.S., East Texas State University-Texarkana; Ph.D., University of Tulsa. Specialties: Technical writing, modern American fiction, American women's fiction, Anglo-American WWI literature. Publications: A Technical Writing Manual (2005); articles on technical writing, Chopin, and Faulkner; book reviews.
Christopher Todd Anderson, Associate Professor, Englishctanderson@pittstate.edu 414 Grubbs Hall 620-235-6589B.A., Earlham College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Connecticut.Specialties: American literature, ecopoetry and environmental literature, science and literature, creative writing.Publications: Articles on garbage in American poetry, Denise Levertov; environmentalism; poetry.
Lynn Caldwell, Instructor, English; Assistant Director, The Writing CenterLMCaldwellHurd@gmail.com405 Grubbs Hall 620-235-6084B.A., Pittsburg State University; M.A., Pittsburg State University.Specialties: Rhetoric and CompositionResearch Interests: Writing center theory and practice, research writing pedagogy, classical and contemporary rhetoric.
Susan A. Carlson, Professor, Englishscarlson@pittstate.edu 410 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4692B.A., Drew University; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University. Specialties: British Romantic and Victorian literature, 19th century women writers, literary theory.Publications: Articles on Charlotte Brontë and Mary Shelley.
Kathleen R. De Grave, University Professor, English and Creative Writingkdegrave@pittstate.edu 449 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4705B.A., University of Wisconsin Green Bay; M.A., University of Arkansas; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison. Specialties: Fiction writing, American literature, 19th century women writers. Publications: Swindler, Spy, Rebel: The Confidence Woman in Nineteenth-Century America (1995); Company Woman (1995); short stories, reviews, and articles on women's writing.
John T. Ikeda Franklin, Associate Professor, English Educationjfranklin@pittstate.edu445 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4693B.A., Rice University; Teaching Certificate, State of Texas; M.A., Miami University; Ph.D., University of Florida. Specialties: English education, discourse analysis, young adult literature, editing. Presentations, Broadcasts, and Research Interests: 21st Century Literature: An Anthology of Visual Essays; 21st Century Composition: A Program of CompoVisions; bullying; history of English education; grassroots literacy movements; young adult literature.
James M. Greene, Assistant Professor, English
441 Grubbs Hall 620-240-7587
B.A., University of Kentucky; M.A., Ph.D., West Virginia University
Specialties: Early American literature, 19th century American literature
Publications: Articles on personal narratives of Revolutionary War veterans
Morgan Gross, Instructor, English; Assistant Director, The Writing Centermggross@pittstate.edu 405 Grubbs Hall 620-235-6084B.A., Southwestern University; M.A., Texas State University-San Marcos.Specialties: Rhetoric and CompositionResearch Interests: Writing center theory and practice, composition pedagogy, computers and writing.
Casie Hermansson, Professor, English email@example.com Grubbs Hall 620-235-4037B.A., Massey University (New Zealand); M.A., Ph.D., University of Toronto. Specialties: 20th century British literature, women’s literature, fiction studies, literary theory, Canadian literature, world literature. Publications and Presentations: Reading Feminist Intertextuality Through Bluebeard Stories (2001); articles on F. Scott Fitzgerald and Chaucer, Northanger Abbey, and the Canadian short story; book reviews.
Leslie Hutchinson, Instructor, English; Assistant Director, The Writing Centerlhutchinson@pittstate.edu 443 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4695B.A., California State University San Bernardino; M.A., California State University San Bernardino.Specialties: Rhetoric and Composition; Marxist theory.Research Interests: cultural rhetorics, composition pedagogy, computers and composition, and writing center theory and practice.
Donald Judd, Professor, English; Director, Writing Across the Curriculum; Co-Director, Writing Center; Co-Coordinator, Discipline-Based Writing Assessmentdjudd@pittstate.edu 425 Grubbs 620-235-4697B.A., M.A., Eastern Washington University; Ph.D, University of Nevada, Reno. Specialties: Composition and Rhetoric, Critical Realist Theory, Marxist Theory, Rhetoric and Science. Publications: Critical Realism and Composition Theory (2003); Articles on designing writing assignments and environmental issues.
Paul McCallum, Professor, English; Director, Graduate Studies firstname.lastname@example.org 409 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4699B.A., Morningside College; M.A., University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Ph.D., University of New Hampshire. Specialties: 17th and 18th century British literature, modernist literature, British poetry, Evelyn Waugh, W. Somerset Maugham. Research Interests: Alexander Pope, Literary celebrity, modernism and genres.
Jamie L. McDaniel, Assistant Professor, English; Director, Technical/Professional Writing; Editor, The CEA Forumjmcdaniel@pittstate.edu 402 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4744B.A., Samford University; M.A., Ph.D., Case Western Reserve. Specialties: Technical and professional writing, twentieth- and twenty-first-century British literature, digital literacy and new media, gender studies and feminist theory, adaptation theory and practice, women's writing, and the horror movie. Publications: Articles on Britishness and gender identity; short stories, poems, and creative non-fiction.
Ann Meats, Instructor, Englishdmeats@pittstate.edu 443 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4695B.A., M.A., Pittsburg State University. Specialty: Technical/Professional Writing.
Stephen E. Meats, Professor, English and Creative Writingsmeats@pittstate.edu 444 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4935B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of South Carolina. Specialties: 19th century and Modern American literature, editing. Publications: Looking for the Pale Eagle (Woodley Press, 1993); ed. (with Keen Butterworth), Joscelyn: A Tale of the Revolution, by William Gilmore Simms (U of South Carolina Press, 1975); ed. (with James B. Meriwether), Revolutionary War Novels of William Gilmore Simms, 8 vols. (Reprint Company, 1979); ed. (with Edwin T. Arnold), Writings of Benjamin F. Perry, 3 vols. (Reprint Company, 1980); ed., The Partisan: A Romance of the Revolution, by William Gilmore Simms (U of Arkansas Press, 2011); articles on Faulkner, Simms, Henry William Herbert, Whitman, Mary Boykin Chesnut, Southern humor, scholarly editing; poetry, short stories, book reviews; poetry editor, The Midwest Quarterly.
Lyle W. Morgan II, Professor, English; Director, English Education; Director, Freshman Compositionlmorgan@pittstate.edu 438 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4691A.B., Doane College; M.Ed., Florida State University; M.A.E., M.S.E., Wayne State College; Ph.D., University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Specialties: Composition, English education, Walt Whitman, late 19th and early 20th Century British fiction. Publications: Articles on book censorship; The Homeopathic Treatment of Sports Injuries (1986); Homeopathic Medicine and Emergency Care (1990); Treating Sports Injuries the Natural Way (1984); Homeopathy and Your Child (1992); book reviews.
Paul (Skip) Morris, Professor, English; English Computer Lab Coordinator; Co-Coordinator, Disciplined-Based Writing Assessment email@example.com 426 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4717B.A., University of California at Davis; M.A., Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno. Specialties: Rhetoric and composition, computer-aided-instruction, modern American and British literature, creative writing. Publications: The New Literacy: Moving Beyond the 3Rs with Stephen Tchudi (1996); articles about computers and writing; short stories; book reviews; creative non-fiction.
Philip W. Rudd, Assistant Professor, English firstname.lastname@example.org 451 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4701B.S.E., Southeast Missouri State University; M.A., Southeast Missouri State University; Ph.D., Ball State University. Specialties: English linguistics; History of the English Language; second language acquisition; contact linguistics; African linguistics.Publications: Articles on pragmatics, discourse markers.
Laura Lee Washburn, Professor, English; Director, Creative Writing email@example.com 439 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4643B.A., Old Dominion University; M.F.A., Arizona State University. Specialties: Poetry writing, 20th century American poetry and fiction, composition. Publications: Watching the Contortionists (1996); This Good Warm Place (1998); This Good Warm Place (2nd ed., 2008); poems, articles on creative writing pedagogy.
Lowell Mick White, Assistant Professor, English firstname.lastname@example.org 401 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4696B.A., University of Texas-Austin; M.A., Ph.D. Texas A&M University. Specialties: Fiction writing, American literature, regional literature. Publications: Long Time Ago Good (2009); That Demon Life (2009); short stories.
Janet S. Zepernick, Associate Professor, English; Co-director, Writing Across the Curriculum & Writing Centerjzepernick@pittstate.edu 424 Grubbs Hall 620-235-6539B.A., Bowling Green State University; M.A., Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University. Specialties: : Rhetoric and composition, British Medieval literature. Research interests: Writing pedagogy; rhetoric and public policy; rhetorical situations for women’s discourse.
Larry H. Fields, Part-Time Lecturerlhfields@pittstate.edu447 Grubbs Hall 620-235-6085
Shamala Gallagher, Part-Time Lecturersgallagher@pittstate.edu440 Grubbs Hall 620-235-7588
Nancy Grantham, Part-Time Lecturerngrantha@pittstate.edu412 Russ Hall 620-235-4325
Lori Hartness, Part-Time Lecturerahartness@pittstate.edu440 Russ Hall 620-235-7588
Sherry Moentmann, Part-Time Lecturersherrym@gus.pittstate.edu447 Grubbs Hall 620-235-6085
Michael Morton, Part-Time Lecturermmorton@gus.pittstate.edu442 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4712
Dayne Riley, Part-Time Lecturerdaynecriley@gus.pittstate.edu442 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4712
Tamara Tsybizova, Part-Time Lecturertvasily@hotmail.com447 Grubbs Hall 620-235-6085
David Beck, Graduate Assistantdbeck@gus.pittstate.edu437 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4690
Jonathan Boydston, Graduate Assistantjboydston@gus.pittstate.edu436 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4703
Kacie Cooper, Graduate Assistantkaciecooper@gus.pittstate.edu436 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4703
Michelle Gorges, Graduate Assistantmgorges@gus.pittstate.edu436 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4703
Anna Hinton, Graduate Assistantahinton@gus.pittstate.edu436 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4703
Tayler Klein, Graduate Assistanttklein@gus.pittstate.edu436 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4703
Mary Larsen, Graduate Assistantmarylarsen@gus.pittstate.edu437 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4690
Megan McFall (Goins), Graduate Assistantmmcfall@gus.pittstate.edu437 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4690
Cody Shrum, Graduate Assistantcshrum@gus.pittstate.edu437 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4690
Hannah Walker, Graduate Assistanthcwalker@gus.pittstate.edu437 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4690
Shannon Spear, Administrative Specialist and Contact Personsspear@pittstate.edu434 Grubbs Hall 620-235-4689