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Full-Time Faculty

Sophia Adjaye, PhD LInguistics
Professor
Phone (661) 654-2362
E-mail sadjaye@csub.edu
Website http://www.csub.edu/~sadjaye
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Education:

.A., University of Ghana

M.A., Ph.D., University of London

Teaching:

Linguistics; Phonetics/Phonology; Sociolinguistics


Monica Ayuso, PhD English
Monica Ayuso, PhD English
Professor
Phone (661) 654-3051
E-mail mayuso@csub.edu
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Education:

B.A., Instituto Superior del Profesorado

M.Ed., University of North Florida

Ph.D., University of Florida

Teaching:

Studies in Race and Ethnicity; World Literature; Women’s Studies


Barbara Bartholomew, PhD Linguistics
Associate Professor
Phone 661-654-6155
E-mail bbartholomew@csub.edu
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Randi Brummett, MA English
Lecturer
Phone 654-2548
E-mail rrbrummett@csub.edu
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Robert Carlisle, PhD Education
Professor
Phone (661) 654-2127
E-mail rcarlisle@csub.edu
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Emerson Case, PhD English
Emerson Case, PhD English
Professor
Phone (661) 654-6281
E-mail ecase@csub.edu
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Education:

B.S., M.A., University of North Dakota

Ph.D., Ball State University

Teaching:

Applied Linguistics; Second Language Acquisition; Second Language Writing


Carol Dell'Amico, PhD English
Lecturer
Phone (661) 654-6295
E-mail cdellamico@csub.edu
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Education:

B.A. Humanites, UC Berkeley

PhD English, Rutgers University

Teaching:
20th Century/Contemporary British, Post-Colonial Literature, Gender/Sexuality

Abby Flachmann, MA English
Lecturer
Phone (661) 654-6912
E-mail aflachmann@csub.edu
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Education:
B.A., M.A., California State Univer

Kim  Flachmann, PhD English
Kim Flachmann, PhD English
Professor
Phone (661) 654-3083
E-mail kflachmann@csub.edu
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Education:

B.A., Washington University

M.A., MFA, Ph.D., University of Oregon

Research:
Composition/Rhetoric; 20th Century American Literature

Steven Frye, PhD English
Steven Frye, PhD English
Professor
Phone (661) 654-6505
E-mail sfrye@csub.edu
Website http://www.csub.edu/~sfrye
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Education:

BA CSU Northridge

MA CSU Northridge

PhD Purdue


Rebecca Hewett, MA English
Lecturer
Phone (661) 654-2114
E-mail rhewett@csub.edu
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Glenda Hudson, PhD English
Professor
Phone (661) 654-3085
E-mail ghudson@csub.edu
Website http://www.csub.edu/~ghudson
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Brooke Hughes, MA English
Lecturer
Phone (661) 654-2248
E-mail bhughes@csub.edu
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Marit MacArthur, PhD English
Associate Professor
Phone (661) 654-6503
E-mail mmacarthur@csub.edu
Website http://www.csub.edu/~mmacarthur/
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Charles MacQuarrie, PhD English
Charles MacQuarrie, PhD English
Professor
Phone (661) 654-2142
Fax https://bakersfieldbside.wordpress.com/2016/03/09/meet-csubs-dr-strangelove/
E-mail cmacquarrie@csub.edu
Website http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/isle_of_man/
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Education:

BA (Literature) University of California at Santa Cruz

MA (English) Humboldt State University

M.Litt (Celtic) University of Edinburgh

PhD (English) University of Washington

Washington Fellow at Pembroke College Cambridge (Anglo-Saxon, Norse, Celtic)

Teaching:
Literature:                       Video Games as Literature, Literature and Technology, Medieval Literature,
                                       British Literature: Beowulf to the Restoration, British Literature: 1900 to present,          
                                       Introduction to British Literature, ,, The Pearl Poet, Drama of the Abbey Theatre,
                                       Short Stories, World Literature (Classical to Early Modern), Approaches to Literature,
                                      Chaucer undergraduate, Chaucer graduate. Shakespeare undergraduate,
                                       Shakespeare graduate
Linguistics:                       Introduction to Linguistics, History of the English Language, Structure of English,
                                      Sociolinguistics.
Composition:                    Advanced Composition, Introductory Composition, Developmental Composition.
Languages:                        Ancient Greek, Latin, Scottish Gaelic, Old English, Middle English, Old Irish,
                                         Middle Welsh.
Research:

 

                        Celtic Studies, Anglo-Irish and Scottish Literature, British Literature

                        Philology and Classical Studies

                        Medieval Language and Literature

                        Folklore and Mythology

Publications:

Book Publication:

                        1. The Waves of Manannan. Isle of Man: Lily Publications, 2013.

                        2. Handbook for Doing Grammar, fourth edition. Oxford UP, 2010.

                        3. The Biography of the Irish God of the Sea. Lampeter, Ceredigion,

                            Wales: Edwin Mellen, 2004.

                       

Selected Publications:

                          “The Isle of Man in Medieval Gaelic literature volume 3 of the New History of

                          the Isle of Man. (University of Liverpool). Aug 2015.

                       
                         Review of Davit Broun’s Scottish Independence and the Idea of Britain.

                        Speculum 90/1 (January 2015), 214-216.

                        
                        Review of Brian Lacey’s  Lug’s Forgotten Kingdom: The Archaeology,

                        History and Folklore of the Sil Lugdach of Cloghaneely.. Speculum 89/2 (April 2014), 

                         504-505.  

                       
                        “Celticity in the works of William Shakespeare: ‘Heavens defend me from that Welsh

                        fairy, lest he transform me to a piece of cheese!'

                         In Celts and their cultures at home and  abroad [FS Malcolm Broun] (2013), pp. 149–167.

                       
                         Review of Steve Boardman and Eila Williamsons’s The Cult of Saints and the Virgin Mary

                        in Medieval Scotland (Studies in Celtic History 28). Speculum 87/1 (February 2012).

                        182-183.

                        
                        “Recognizing gods in guises. Identity, performance, and performative reading in the folktale

                         O’Donnell’s Lern.” CSANA Yearbook 2010. Colgate University Press.

                        
                         "Yoknapatawpha County and 'Cracker Culture: A Study of the 'Celtic' Component in Faulkner's

                          Mythical South" published in English and Japanese by the Faulkner Journal of

                         Japan (University of Tokyo). June 2005.

                        
                        The Isle of Man in Medieval Gaelic Sources and Sagas” Encyclopedia of Celtic Culture and

                         History. National Library of Wales Press. 2006.

                        
                         “From Manannán to Bercilak:The Green Knight and the Gaelic Otherworld God in Disguise.”

                         Refereed. The Journal of Manx Studies/ Studeyrys Manninagh. . October 2003.

                          
                          Review of Leslie Anne Jone’s Shaman, Priest, Druid. In Folklore. 2002.

                          
                         “Insular Celtic Tattooing: History, Myth, and Metaphor” in Written On the Body: The Tattoo

                           in European and American History, edited by Jane Caplan. Reaktion Books, 2000. 

                           32-45. Hardback and paperback Published by Princeton University Press, 2000.

                          Reviewed in Christianity Today at:

                          http://www.christianitytoday.com/books/web/2000/oct10.html

                       
                          “Insular Celtic Tattooing: History, Myth, and Metaphor.” Études Celtiques 33, 1999. 43-81.

 

Work in Progress:

         1. Studies in the Medieval North-Sea Province, ed. Charles MacQuarrie (Professor of English at CSUB)

             and Joseph Nagy (Professor of Celtic at Harvard). Under final review at University of

             Amsterdam Press. The work is a collection of essays based on our NEH summer seminar

             on the Isle of Man.

         2. Early British Tattooing: Marks Sacred and Profane. Monograph.

       
        3. Celticity in English Literature from Beowulf to Cormac     McCarthy. Monograph.

 

Scholarly Papers, Special lectureships, and Conferences:

March 2018     “Knees, Thighs, and Palms: Reading the Skin Writing in Lebor Gabhala.”

                      40th Annual Celtic Studies of North America Conference at UCLA.

Oct 2017         “Roger Casement and the Nightmare of the Celt”. Harvard Celtic Colloquium.

May 2016        Presider: The Isle of Man and Medieval Language and Literature Sponsor:

                       NEH Summer Seminar on Medieval Language and Culture

                      Organizer: Charles W. MacQuarrie, California State Univ. Session 94.

                      Presider: Charles W. MacQuarrie

                      A roundtable.

April 2016       “Claudian and the Celtic Tattoo”. California Celtic Colloquium at UCLA.

Aug 2015        Smithsonian Lecturer on Regent Seven Seas Cruise aboard Seven Seas

                       Voyager around the British Isles. July 17th to 29th.

                      https://www.rssc.com/cruises/VOY150817/summary/default.aspx

July 2015        Chair and Moderator. The National Endowment for the Humanities Summer

                      Seminar on the Medieval Language and Literature of the Irish Sea Province.

                      11th International Celtic 

                      Congress, Glasgow Scotland.

June 2015        Smithsonian Lecturer on “In the Wake of the Vikings”. Thomas P.

                       Gohagan and Company. Ship M.S. LE BORÉAL. June 1 to 8.

May 2014        "Shakespeare's depiction of Celts". Pacific Coast Conference of British

                        Studies. UC Riverside.

May 2014        “The Early Celtic Poetry of Scotland”. Celtic Studies Association of North

                        America Conference. Roanoke Virginia.

Aug 2013        Smithsonian Lecturer in Celtic in Scotland: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness.

                      August 12 to 26. http://www.smithsonianjourneys.org/study_leaders/charlesmacquarrie/

June 2013        “Celticity in the Plays of William Shakespeare” 8th Australian Conference of Celtic Studies.

                        University of Sydney; Sydney, Australia.

Oct 2012         “Celtic Elements in the Works of William Shakespeare.” 32nd Annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium.

                        http://hcc.fas.harvard.edu/schedule31.shtml

Aug 2012        Smithsonian Lecturer in Celtic in Scotland: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness.

                      August 10 to 24. http://www.smithsonianjourneys.org/study_leaders/charlesmacquarrie/

May 2012        Co-organizer of the Celtic Studies of North America Conference at UCLA.

                       http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/csana/

Dec 2012         Smithsonian Lecturer in Celtic and Classics aboard cruise ship Constellation

                      for cruise from London to Fort Lauderdale. November 30th to December 15th.

Aug 2011        “MIND or RIND as a gloss for STIGMATA in the WÜRZBURG GLOSSES.” 

                       14th International Congress of Celtic Studies. Maynooth, Ireland.

                       http://www.celticstudiescongress.org/en/sectional-sessions

July 2011        Smithsonian Lecturer in Celtic and Classics for cruise from Hamburg

                       to Rome. July 15th to 27th.

May 2010        Smithsonian Lecturer in Celtic Studies aboard cruise ship Eclipse –

                      cruising between Southampton, England and Cork, Ireland. April 29 to

                      May 3 and May 3 to May 8.

Mar 2010        Co-organizer of the Celtic Studies of North America Conference at UCLA

                      and chair of  the “Language and Literature of the Isle of Man session.”

                      http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/csana/

Mar 2009        “Celtic Sea Gods Sounded” at the Celtic Studies of North America

                       Conference at UCB .  http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/csana/

May 2009        “An Introduction to Celtic Otherworld God’s in Disguise.” Guest lecturer

                       for Joseph Nagy’s mythology course at UCLA.

May 2008        Organizer and Chair: Medieval Studies in the Public School Curriculum 2:

                        A Roundtable Discussion. Sponsor: NEH Summer Seminar on Medieval Language

                      and Culture 43rd International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, Michigan.

April 2008       “What’s so Celtic about Cormac McCarthy.” 30th Annual University of California Celtic

                       Conference. UCLA.

July 2007        “Rind, Stigmata, and the Celtic Tattoo.” 13 International Congress of Celtic Studies.

                        University of Bonn. Germany. http://www.celtic-congress-2007.com

May 2007        Organizer. Medieval Studies in the Public School Curriculum: A Roundtable Discussion

                      Sponsor: NEH Summer Seminar on Medieval Language and Culture

                      Organizer: Charles W. MacQuarrie, California State Univ.–Bakersfield at Antelope Valley.

                      Session 70. Presider: Charles W. MacQuarrie

                      A roundtable discussion with Clinton Atchley, Henderson State Univ.; Kristie Thompson,

                       Cumberland County School Systems; Sheryl Craig, Fargo Schools; and Kathryn E. Pokalo,

                      Conestoga High School.

                     Organizer. The Isle of Man and the Irish Sea Cultural Province in the Middle Ages.

                      Sponsor: NEH Summer Seminar on Medieval Language and Culture. Organizer: Charles 

                     W. MacQuarrie, California State Univ.–Bakersfield at Antelope Valley. Presider: Charles W.

                     MacQuarrie. Identity and Recognition in Five Medieval Narratives. Kathryn E.

                    Pokalo, Conestoga High School. Readings of Women in Early Medieval Literature.

                     Kristie Thompson, Cumberland County School Systems. Perception of Evil in Pre-

                     Christian and Early Christian Literature: The Tain, the Mabinogi, Njal’s Saga, and Beowulf.

May 2007        Inconvenient Homophony in Classical and Medieval European Languages

                      Charles W. MacQuarrie, California State Univ.–Bakersfield at Antelope Valley. 42st International

                      Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Apr 2007         “More on the Celtic Tattoo”. Celtic Studies Association of North America Conference,

                        University of Cincinnati.

Oct 2007         Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 2006. “Multi-Lingualism and Cultural Confluence on

                       the Isle of Man in the Middle Ages.”

                         http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~hcc/26hcc/schedule26.html

 

May 2006        41st International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, Michigan. Session 369.

                       “Words for Tattoo in Old and Middle English”.

                         41st International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, Michigan. Session 272

                         on Old and Middle English Philology. Chair.

Mar 2006        Co-organizer of the Celtic Studies of North America Conference at UCLA and chair of  the

                     symposium on “Teaching the Modern and Medieval Pronunciation of Celtic Languages.”

Nov 2005        “‘My cold mad feary father’: Manannán mac Lir and the Isle of Man in Finnegan’s Wake.”

                     Modernist Studies Association, Chicago. (Session 127)

May 2005        40th International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, Michigan. Session. “Dark

                       Celtic Roots in Our Fair-Haired English.” (Session 19) 

April 2005       Celticity in the Works of Willaim Shakespeare: ‘Heavens defend me from that Welsh Fairy,

                      lest he transform me to a piece of cheese!’” Celtic Studies Association of North America

                      Conference, University of Georgia.

April 2005       “The Old God Rises Up: the Irish God of the sea and the Irish Literary Renaissance”

                       The Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies. Annual Conference April 1-3, 2005.

May 2004        39th International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, Michigan. Session 469.

                      “A Plea or Patience and Restraint: “Stieran ..Hert(e)” in line 27 of Patience.”

April 2004       Celtic Studies Association of North America, University of Toronto “The Proper

                      Relationship between Manannán mac Lir and Manawydan fab Llyr.”

March 2004     Twenty-Sixth Annual University of California Celtic Studies Conference, UCLA

                      “Inclement Sea Sons: Arguments against a Common Origin for Manannán and Manawydan.”

July 2003        11th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, Wales: “The Isle of Man in

                      Medieval Celtic Literature.”

Feb 2003         Guest Lecture for the Department of English at UCLA “Medieval Irish Mythology.”

March 2003     Twenty-Fifth Annual University of California Celtic Studies Conference, Berkeley:

                      “References to Man in Medieval Celtic Literature.”

March 2002     24th Annual University of California Celtic Studies Conference: “Suibne Astray

                       in the 'Wasteland': T.S. Eliot's Sweeney and Suibne Gelt.”

May 2001        36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan:

                      “Reading the Kern’s Misreading: Oral and Written Performance in Ceatharnaich Ceolriabhach

                     (“The Kern in the Narrow Stripes” aka “O’Donnell’s Kern”).”

March 2000     22nd Annual University of California Celtic Studies Conference: “Yoknapatawpha County and

                      Cracker Culture’: a Study of the Celtic Component in Faulkner’s Mythical South.”

Nov 2000        Antelope Valley College Town and Gown Conference:

                        “Aldous Huxley in the Antelope Valley.”

July 1999        11th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Cork, Ireland: “The Changing Sea Sons:

                       the God of the Sea in Welsh and Irish Literature.”

May 1999        34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan: “Tattooing

                        in Medieval Literature.”

Dec 1998         Modern Language Association of America, San Francisco, California:

                        “The Waves of Manannán: The God of the Sea in Irish Literature.”

May 1998        Celtic Studies Association of North America, UCLA: “Fragrant Apples

                        and Blistered Seaweed: The Isle of Man in Medieval Gaelic Literature.”

March 1997     “Irish and Welsh Syntax” to Cambridge’s Anglo-Saxon, Norse,

                       and Celtic Department Philology Seminar.

Feb 1997         “An Overview of Continental Celtic and Lepontic” to Cambridge’s

                        Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Department Philology Seminar.

Nov 1996        Guest Lecturer in Department of Celtic, University of Glasgow:

                      “Tattooing in Medieval Literature and Culture.”

April 1996       Celtic Studies Association of North America: “Insular Celtic Tattooing:

                      History, Myth, and Metaphor.”

July 1995        10th International Congress of Celtic Studies: “Celts, Picts, and the

                      Body as (pre)Text.”

Feb 1995         Medieval to Early Modern Societies of the Pacific Conference:        

                      “Stigmata or Stigmatization: the Pictish Tattoo.”

March 1993     University of California Celtic Colloquium: “The Moyles and Moyles of

                        of him: Manannán mac Lir in Anglo-Irish Literature.”

April 1992       Celtic Studies Association of North America Conference: “

                     From Manannán to Bercilak: the Green Knight and the Otherworld

                      God in Disguise.”

 

 

 


 

 

Honors and Awards:

2016                The Irish Sea Cultural Province: Crossroads of Medieval Literature and Languages”.

                        Research Excellence Day CSUB, April 8, 2016.

2016                Awarded Gold Member Grants  Circle by CSUB, Grants, Research,

                         and Sponsored Programs.

2015                Co-Director Joseph Nagy, professor of English at UCLA, of the American National Endowment

                         for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Seminar for University Professors: The Isle of

                       Man: Crossroads of Medieval Cultures and Languages.

                        http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/isle_of_man/

2013                Director of the American National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Seminar

                        for School Teachers: The Isle of Man: Crossroads of Medieval Cultures and Languages.

                        http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/isle_of_man/

2009                Director 2006 NEH Summer Seminar for School Teachers: The Isle of Man: Crossroads

                       of Medieval Cultures and Languages.

                        http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/isle_of_man/

2006                Awarded early tenure at California State University, Bakersfield.

2006                Developed M.A. in Literature program at California State University,

                        Bakersfield-Antelope Valley Campus.

2005-6             Director 2006 NEH Summer Seminar for School Teachers: The Isle of Man:

                        Crossroads of Medieval Cultures and Languages.

                        http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/isle_of_man/

2005                Teaching and Learning Center Grant Program. $250 to present a paper at the

                       Medieval Congress in Kalamazoo.

2002                Fulbright Summer Classics Fellowship to the American Academy of Rome.

1999                Early tenure at Antelope Valley College.

1998                Elected Fellow of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland.

1996-97           Washington Fellow at Pembroke College Cambridge.

1996-97           Visiting Scholar Department of English, Anglo-Saxon, Norse,

                        and Celtic, University of Cambridge.

1995                University of Washington David Fowler European Travel Scholarship.

1995                Pew Foundation, Preparing Future Faculty Fellow.

1995                Nominee for the University of Washington Excellence in Teaching Award.

1993                University of Washington English Department Research Fellow.

1992                Cadoni Scholarship Humboldt State University.

 

Work Experience:

 

2012-               Professor in English Language and Literature at CSUB

2006-2012       Associate Professor in English Language and Literature at CSUB

2003-2006       Assistant Professor in English Language and Literature at CSUB

2002-2003       Full-time Lecturer in English Language and Literature at CSUB

1999-2002       Part-time Lecturer in English Language and Literature at CSUB

1999-2002       Associate Professor (tenured) of English at Antelope Valley College.

1997-2000       Assistant Professor of English at Antelope Valley Community College.

1996-7             Washington Fellow, Pembroke College, Cambridge University.

1992-6             Teaching Assistant in English at the University of Washington.

 

 

 
Other:

Professional Affiliations:

                        MLA http://www.mla.org/

Celtic Studies Association of North America.

http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~csana/

                        Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland.. http://www.socantscot.org/

                        Society for Medieval Languages and Linguistics

                        Scottish Gaelic Association of America

Recent and current M.A. Theses:

2015/16           Cody Ganger “Trauma Theory in Shakespeare”

                        Jacob Whitaker “Neologisms in Shakespeare”

                        Carlos Tzak “Meta-theory and Literature”

2013/14           Rachel Tatro-Duarte “Sappho in Modern British and American Literature” Kat O’Neil “Translation Strategies for Beowulf’ (Second Reader)

2012                Noah Phillips “Neo-Colonialism and Aldous Huxley’s Island

                        Kristal Metzger Anderson “The Stylistics of Herman Melville”

                        Michael Green “Representations of Vampirism from Dracula to Twilight”

Affiliated Responsibilities:

 

2016-               Arts and Humanities representative CSUB Senate

2016-               Senate Executive Committee

2016-               Chair of Academic Support and Student Services Committee

2016-               Member Humanities Curriculum Committee

2016-               Voting Member for Arts and Humanities of General Education Committee

2016-               President of the Scottish Gaelic Association of America.

2002-12           Editor Celtic Studies Association of North America (CSANA) Newsletter.

2001-12           Member of Executive Board of CSANA.                             

2006-12           Co-organizer with Joseph Nagy of  California Celtic Conference at UCLA.

2007                Reviewer of Max Morenberg Doing Grammar for Oxford UP, June 2007.

2006                Outside reader on CSU Northridge M.A. Thesis by Serlinda Hadden, 2005.

2005                Manuscript Reader for Toronto University Press, 2005.

2005-10           Web master of the Celtic Studies of North America.

                        http://www.csub.edu/~cmacquarrie/csana/

2005-               Faculty Mentor, Title V program.

2004-5             CSUB English Department Representative for The Lower-Division Transfer Patterns (LDTP) Project. http://www.calstate.edu/AcadAff/ldtp.shtml

2004-5             CSUB English Department Representative for regional and state-wide meetings of IMPAC

                       (Inter-segmental Major Preparation Articulation Curriculum) The goal of IMPAC is intended to aid CSU, UC, and CCC faculty in reaching a common understanding of lower  

                       division, major. http://www.calstate.edu/ar/csureview/transprog_Print.shtm

2003-5             President CSUB-AV Faculty Committee.

2003-               Faculty Advisor for the CSUB-AV English Club.

 

2001-2            Chair of Honors program at Antelope Valley College

2001-2            Faculty Advisor for the Antelope Valley College Celtic Studies Club.

2000- 2            Faculty Union Representative on AVC Legislative Committee.

1999- 2001      Representative on AVC Academic Policies and Procedures Committee.

1999- 2001      Chair of AVC Academic Freedom Committee.

1999-2001       Chair AVC Professor Emeritus Committee.

1998-2000       Editor of Antelope Valley College AFT faculty union newsletter.

1999- 2002      Faculty Advisor Alpha Iota (State-wide Honors Society).

1997                Board of Directors Cambridge University Theatre Company.

1997                Executive Producer of Cambridge University Theatre Companyproduction of William Shakespeare’s King John.

1992-7             Editor of Æstel: a journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

1993-6             University of Washington Organizer of Medieval to Early Modern Society of the Pacific Conference (a group made up of graduate students from U.C. Berkeley, UCLA, and the

                        University of Washington).  

1992-96           Executive Officer of Ordo Vagorum (the student medievalist organization at the University of Washington).

 

 


Andy Troup, PhD English
Andy Troup, PhD English
Professor
Phone (661) 654-2286
E-mail atroup@csub.edu
Office HOB 138

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Education:

Education

B.S., M.A., Ph.D,  University of Texas

Research:

Research

Applied Linguistics; Second Language Acquisition; Second Language Writing


Valerie Turner, MA English
Lecturer
Phone (661) 654-2114
E-mail vturner@csub.edu
Office DDH

Matt Woodman, MA English
Lecturer
Phone (661) 654-6557
E-mail mwoodman@csub.edu
Office DDH

Administrative Support Coordinator

Kathy Hafler
Administrative Support Coordinator
Phone (661) 654-2144
E-mail khafler@csub.edu
Office English Office, HOB