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View Mark Ferrara's CV. Adjunct Lecturer Netzer Racheal. Fest oneonta. Racheal Fest completed her Ph. Her teaching and research focus on US literature, culture, and politics from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. Broadly, her work considers the ways US traditions understand the nature and function of creative human activity.
Recent projects do so by putting contemporary and modernist artists in conversation with neoliberal economists. General areas of interest include poetry and poetics, modernism, contemporary popular culture, new media, and the history of literary theory and criticism.
Find her at www. View Racheal Fest's CV.
Associate Professor Fitzelle Kathryn. Finin oneonta. She has presented many scholarly papers at The Shakespeare Association of America, as well as other conferences, and published several essays on plays by Shakespeare, Webster, and Middleton. Finin's teaching interests include courses on Shakespeare, Early Modern English literature, literary and critical theory, and various introductory survey courses.
Currently, Dr. In addition to her teaching and scholarly interests, Dr. Finin is a trained labyrinth facilitator who offers various community labyrinth walks, lectures and workshops. Associate Professor Netzer Roger. Hecht oneonta. Hecht joined the English Department as an Assistant Professor in , after teaching literature and creative writing as a full-time lecturer at SUNY, Oneonta for several years. His dissertation addressed the intersection of politics and landscape representation in early American literature.
Hecht is currently researching a book on environmental themes in the animated films of Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata. Professor Fitzelle George. Hovis oneonta. His teaching and research interests lie in the areas of American literature, fiction writing, creative writing, and literature of the American South, especially as it addresses issues of race in America. His nonfiction has received the Denny C. Plattner Award from Appalachian Heritage magazine. More information available at www. George Hovis CV. Assistant Professor Fitzelle Konstantina.
Karageorgos oneonta. Konstantina M. Karageorgos received her Ph. Karageorgos's research interests include the post African American novel, Africana avant-gardes, black internationalism, and aesthetics and narrative forms within the black radical tradition. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Mediations, South Atlantic Quarterly, and Against the Current , as well as the edited volume Lineages of the Literary Left. In addition to her scholarly monograph, she is at work on a crossover project that analyzes post-Ferguson reconstructions of mid-twentieth century African American literary and visual art in various media outlets including The New York Times, The Root, The New Republic , and The Atlantic.
Adjunct Lecturer Netzer Leeann. Kuhn oneonta. LeeAnn Annie Kuhn is a writer, editor, and artist. She has an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and has taught composition, creative writing, and literature courses at colleges in three states. She has published non-fiction articles in Chicken Soup for the Soul , Publisher's Weekly , Cygnet , and regional newspapers, and her latest ghostwritten novel is a middle-grade mystery.
Professor Schumacher B Richard. Lee oneonta. He teaches courses in world literatures and literary theory as well as composition. His recent publications include an introductory text for advanced high-school students, Globalization, Language, and Culture , articles on short fiction, theoretical issues, and cross-cultural concerns. Adjunct Lecturer Netzer Joshua. Lewis oneonta. He received his Ph. In his spare time, he writes poetry and fiction along with facilitating poetry workshops at the Broome County Arts Council, an organization dedicated to serving the arts.
Adjunct Lecturer Netzer Bambi. Lobdell oneonta. Morgan oneonta. She received a doctorate in English from Indiana University in , specializing in Irish studies, and completed a two-year lectureship at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She has received research grants and teaching commendations at both schools, and her publications include essays on the film Michael Collins and the novels of Irish author Edna O'Brien.
Her current research focuses on the influence of radio in Ireland, and her essay on Irish quiz programs during WWII appeared in the winter edition of History Ireland. She teaches courses in composition, critical theory, and Irish, British and American literature, and has a particular interest in William Butler Yeats.
Professor Netzer Daniel. Payne oneonta. Since Dr. Payne began teaching at SUNY Oneonta in the fall semester, he has created several new courses including creative writing workshops in screenwriting and creative nonfiction, and courses in American and environmental literature such as Hawthorne and Melville, Environmental Literature, Rachel Carson, and The River as Metaphor and Reality. Payne earned a J. He then completed his M. In , Dr. Adjunct Lecturer Milne Library Stephen. Rice oneonta.
Associate Professor Fitzelle jonathan. Jonathan Sadow is a specialist in eighteenth-century British literature who received his Ph.
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