Dr. Alexander Starre John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies Department of Culture Freie Universitaet Berlin http://www.jfki.fu-berlin.de/faculty/culture Research Interests: American Literature and Culture (esp. contemporary and late 19th/early 20th century), Cultural and Media Theory, Book Design and Textual Materiality, Contemporary Print Culture and Digitization, Knowledge Creation, Ecocriticism
Postcolonial Studies, Globalization, Feminist and Gender Studies, Urban Studies
Lynn Caldwell has been on faculty with St. Andrew’s College in Saskatoon, Canada, since 2009, and in the fulltime position of Professor of Church and Society since 2015. She graduated from St. Andrew’s College with an MDiv in 1995, which served as preparation for further study and work in anti-racist and anti-oppressive education including graduate studies and teaching in Sociology and Equity Studies in Education. Her work broadly focuses on race, nostalgia and settler colonialism, particularly in contexts framed as social justice education.
In addition to teaching as an adjunct for community colleges in Oregon and California, I currently serve as teaching learning center coordinator, online English faculty mentor, and community-based learning coordinator. I have taught composition and rhetoric at private research institutions, small liberal arts colleges, state universities, and community colleges. In recent years, I have served as co-editor of an accreditation self-study, interim grants officer, and academic department assessment coach. Combining my passions for professional development and social justice, I continue to seek the sweet spot between digital humanities and online community-based learning.
English Faculty at Mohave Community College
Teaching professional with fourteen years experience originally from New York City. I believe that learning to writing well is an important life skill that can cut across all career tracks and help one achieve success in their given field. Specializing in creative aspects of writing such as poetry, short story writing, play-writing, and creative non fiction. Proficient in preparing upper level students for the rigors of thesis writing, preparation, and presentation. Secondary Specialization in web based magazine Editing and layout design. Fluency in conversational Spanish
For a little about my work and teaching, please see here: https://english.wisc.edu/faculty-cooper.htm