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CURRICULUM VITAE OF ALFRED JAMES DRAKE, PH.D. (UPDATED 1/25/2016)
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<p align="center"><b>Photo</b> | <b>Email</b> | <b>CV</b> | <b>Authors Taught</b> | <b>Courses Taught</b> | <b>Teaching Phil.</b> | <b>Guides</b> | <b>Blogs</b> | <b>Audio</b></p>

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<h3><font color="black">EDUCATION</font></h3>

<p><b>Ph.D. in English literature</b> from <b>the University of California, Irvine</b> , December 1997. Supervised by J. Hillis Miller (chair), Robert Newsom, and Harold Toliver, "Bully Boy with No Glass Eye: Oscar Wilde as Socialist" examines Wilde's view of nineteenth-century utopianism and political ideology.</p>

<p><b>M.A. December 1990</b> and <b>B.A. March 1989</b> from the University of California, Irvine.</p>

<h3><font color="black">ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT</font></h3>

<p>Lecturer at California State University, Fullerton. Part-time, Fall 2002 to Fall 2015.</p>

<p>Lecturer at Chapman University in Orange, California. Part-time, Spring 2002 to 2012.</p>

<p>Assistant Director of Basic Composition at the University of California, Irvine. 1999-2000.</p>

<p>Graduate teaching assistant, then lecturer at the University of California, Irvine. Fall 1991-2000.</p>

<h3><font color="black">PUBLICATIONS 2014-2004</font></h3>

<p><i>The New Criticism: Formalist Literary Theory in America.</i> Editor for a volume of essays on the New Critics’ development, methodologies, and legacy. Co-editors Rick Armstrong and Sheperd Steiner. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK. 2014.

<p><i>New Essays on the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory.</i> Editor for a volume of essays on the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK. 2010.</p>

<p>"Izaak Walton, Pater and Wilde's Henry Wotton in <i>The Picture of Dorian Gray.</i>" <i>The Wildean</i> 33, Fall 2008.</p>

<p>"Wordsworth." Article for the <i>Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy.</i> Macmillan Gail/Cengage Group. Fall 2008.</p>

<p>"Burgess, Kubrick, and the Enlightenment Narrative of Progress." <i>Film and Philosophy,</i> Volume 9, Fall 2004.</p>

<p><b>The Victorian Prose Archive</b> contains scholarly editions of texts by Arnold, Carlyle, Newman, Pater, Wilde, and others. 2001-present.</p>

<h3><font color="black">SUPPLEMENTARY WRITINGS</font></h3>

<p><b>Blogs</b> | <b>Guides</b> | <b>Study Questions</b>. Extensive collection of online materials on over 330 authors and many literary periods/movements. 600-700 pages of detailed blog entries, 500+ pages of study questions, numerous guides.</p>

<h3><font color="black">TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2015-1991</font></h3>

<p>Since Fall 2002 and through Fall 2015, I have taught <u>85</u> surveys and seminars at CSU Fullerton and Chapman University in Orange, California: 36 courses on British literature, 19 on world literature, 20 on criticism, theory and genre, 6 on American literature, and 4 on composition. Before that time (at UC Irvine from 1991-2000), I taught 22 sections of basic and advanced composition, two genre surveys, and assisted in five literature courses. Details below:</p>

<h3><font color="black">TEACHING AT CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON 2015-2002</font></h3>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">LITERARY CRITICISM, THEORY AND GENRE (14 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 492: Modern Critical Theory.</b> An upper-division seminar including key precursor texts and contemporary selections in critical theory. 1 course</u> Fall 2015.</p>

<p><b>English 491: Traditions of English Criticism.</b> An upper-division seminar including authors from Plato through de Saussure. Provides background for contemporary theory. <u>5 courses</u> Fall 2007-Fall 2003.</p>

<p><b>English 300: Analysis of Literary Forms.</b> A lower-division course centered on genre. <u>8 courses</u> Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013, Fall 2012, Spring 2012 (2 sections), Fall 2011, Spring 2011.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">NINETEENTH- AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE (18 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 457: British Romantic Literature.</b> An upper-division seminar covering major romantic authors. <u>1 course</u> Spring 2006.</p>

<p><b>English 222: American Literature since 1865.</b> Covers American authors since the Civil War. <u>6 courses</u> Fall 2014 (2), Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Fall 2006.</p>

<p><b>English 212: British Literature since 1760.</b> Surveys covering romanticism, the Victorian period, WWI, modernism and contemporary British literature. <u>11 courses</u> Spring 2011-Fall 2002.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">MEDIEVAL THROUGH EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE (17 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 317: Milton.</b> A major author course on Milton including selected short texts, <i>Paradise Lost</i>, <i>Paradise Regained,</i> and <i>Samson Agonistes.</i> <u>1 course</u> Spring 2013.</p>

<p><b>English 316: Shakespeare.</b> A required major author course on Shakespeare including selected sonnets, comedies, histories, tragedies, and romance plays. <u>8 courses</u> Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Fall 2012 (2 sections), Fall 2011 (2 sections), Fall 2010, Fall 2007.</p>

<p><b>English 211: British Literature to 1760.</b> Surveys covering the medieval period through the Renaissance and neoclassicism. <u>8 courses</u> Spring 2015, Fall 2010-Summer 2003.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">WORLD LITERATURE (10 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>Comp Lit 325: World Literature since 1650.</b> A survey of eastern and western literature from the seventeenth century through the present. <u>4 courses</u> Fall 2015, Spring 2015, Spring 2012, Spring 2011.</p>

<p><b>Comp Lit 324: World Literature to 1650.</b> A survey of eastern and western literature from ancient times to the seventeenth century. <u>6 courses</u> Fall 2009-Fall 2005.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">COMPOSITION (4 TOTAL; SEE 22 UC IRVINE COURSES LISTED BELOW)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 301: Advanced Expository Writing.</b> Emphasizes grammar, style, audience, textual analysis. <u>2 courses</u> Spring 2013, Fall 2006.</p>

<p><b>English 307: Advanced Writing in English Studies.</b> Emphasizes rhetoric/audience, style, textual analysis for English majors. 2 courses Fall 2015, Spring 2014.</p>

<h3><font color="black">TEACHING AT CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY IN ORANGE, CALIFORNIA 2012-2002</font></h3>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">LITERARY CRITICISM, THEORY AND GENRE (6 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 456: Contemporary Theory.</b> An upper-division/graduate seminar that covers formalism, structuralism, deconstruction, feminism, postcolonial and cultural studies, etc. <u>2 courses</u> Spring 2003-2002.</p>

<p><b>English 434: The British Novel.</b> An upper-division/graduate seminar that includes Richardson, Fielding, Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Dickens, Trollope, and Hardy. <u>1 course</u> Spring 2004. </p>

<p><b>English 256: Introduction to Literary Theory and Criticism.</b> A core course introducing English majors to key texts in literary theory and a selection of applied criticism. <u>2 courses</u> Fall 2012, Spring 2009 (called E301 then).</p>

<p><b>English 252: Introduction to Poetry.</b> A lower-division course that introduces students as readers and writers to the genre of poetry and to major poets in the Anglo-American tradition. <u>1 course</u> Fall 2004. </p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7"> NINETEENTH- AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE (4 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 336: Modern British Literature.</b> Upper-division survey that covers major authors of the twentieth century. <u>2 courses</u> Fall 2005, Fall 2003.</p>

<p><b>English 335: Victorian British Literature.</b> Upper-division survey that covers major authors of the Victorian period. <u>2 courses</u> Spring 2008, Spring 2003.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">MEDIEVAL THROUGH EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE (3 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 432: Shakespeare's Tragedies and Romances.</b> An upper-division seminar covering Shakespeare's tragedies and romance plays. <u>1 course</u> Spring 2007.</p>

<p><b>English 430: Shakespeare's Comedies and Histories.</b> An upper-division seminar covering Shakespeare's comedies and histories. <u>1 course</u> Fall 2009.</p>

<p><b>English 230: Introduction to Shakespeare.</b> A new course for non-majors that introduces students to a variety of Shakespeare's plays.</u>1 course</u> Spring 2010.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">WORLD LITERATURE AND CORE ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS (9 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 242: World Literature from 400-1600 CE.</b> A lower-division survey of the eastern and western literary traditions. <u>1 course</u> Spring 2009.</p>

<p><b>English 240: World Literature to 400 CE.</b> A lower-division survey of the eastern and western literary traditions. <u>6 courses</u> Spring 2007-2003.</p>

<p><b>English 236: Studies in Literary Tradition.</b> A required core course for English majors: concentrates on key texts that have partly shaped the western literary tradition. <u>1 course</u> Fall 2008.</p>

<p><b>Freshman Foundations 100: Western Thought.</b> An interdisciplinary seminar including authors from Homer and Plato to Voltaire, Rousseau, Dostoevsky, Borges, and Camus. <u>1 course</u> Fall 2002.</p>

<h3><font color="black">TEACHING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE 2000-1991</font></h3>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">COMPOSITION (22 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>Writing 39B: Freshman Comp./African-American Theme</b> . <u>16 courses</u> 1991-2000, emphasizing modern American literature and culture. Also served as Assistant Director of Basic Composition, 1999-2000.</p>

<p><b>Writing 139: Victorian Science/Criticism/Colonialism</b>. Upper-division seminar covered nineteenth-century and twentieth-century critics, naturalists, scientists, sociologists, explorers, revolutionaries. <u>6 courses</u> 1995-99. </p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">ASSISTANTSHIPS AND OTHER COURSES (7 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>Literary Criticism 100A (Wlecke)</b>; <b>E102C Nineteenth-Century British Poetry (Wlecke)</b>; <b>E102 Medieval-Renaissance Drama (Schell)</b>; <b>E102A Medieval-Renaissance Literature (Schell)</b>; <b>E101 Renaissance to 1660 (Toliver)</b>. <u>5 courses</u> 1991-97.</p>

<p><b>English 28A: Introduction to Poetry</b> and <b>English 28B: Introduction to Drama</b> . Literary history and genre studies. <u>2 courses</u> 1993-1994.</p>

<h3><font color="black">CONFERENCE PANELS ORGANIZED 2014-2002</font></h3>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. The Victorians and Literary Theory Special Session Chair. Riverside, California. October 31 - November 2, 2014.</p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Critical Theory Panel Chair. San Diego, California. November 1-3, 2013.</p>

<p><b>California State University Shakespeare Symposium</b>. "Discoveries," "<i>Macbeth</i> and <i>King Lear,</i>" and "<i>Macbeth</i>" Panels Chair. CSU Fullerton. November 16-17, 2012. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Shakespeare's Roman and Classical Plays Panel Chair. Seattle University in Seattle, Washington. October 19-21, 2012.</p>

<p><b>California State University Shakespeare Symposium</b>. Sonnets Panel Chair. CSU Fullerton. May 7-8, 2010. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Culture Panel Chair. San Francisco SU, San Francisco, California. November 6-7, 2009. </p>

<p><b>ASLE Literature and Environment Conference</b>. Philosophy, Classics and the Island as Place or Trope Panel Chair. University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. June 3-6, 2009. </p>

<p><b>California State University Shakespeare Symposium</b>. "<i>Hamlet</i>" Panel Chair. CSU Fullerton. May 29-30, 2009. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. History of American Literary Criticism 1900-50's Panel Chair. Pomona College, Claremont, California. November 7-8, 2008. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. The New Criticism Panel Chair. Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington. November 2-3, 2007. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Victorian Nature Writing Panel Chair. University of California, Riverside, Riverside, California, November 10-11, 2006. </p>

<p><b>ICR International Conference on Romanticism</b>. Classical Literature and Philosophy Panel Chair. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, November 9-12, 2006. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Critical Theory Panel Chair. Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, November 11-13, 2005. </p>

<p><b>ICR International Conference on Romanticism</b>. Romantic Prose Panel Chair. Paper: "Hazlitt and Carlyle on the French Revolution." University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado, October 13-16, 2005. </p>

<h3><font color="black">CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 2008-2002</font></h3>

<p><b>VISAWUS Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Conference</b>. Paper for Politics of Morality Panel: "Matthew Arnold as Public Intellectual." University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, October 2-4, 2008. </p>

<p><b>ASLE Literature and Environment Conference</b>. Paper for Romantic/ Victorian Panel: "Blake, Shelley, Hopkins, and the Representation of the Natural World." Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina. June 12-16, 2007. </p>

<p><b>PCA-ACA Nat. Popular Culture Association Conference</b>. Paper for Literature and Environment Panel: "Nineteenth-Century British Literature and American Ecocriticism." San Diego, California, March 23-26, 2005. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Paper for Critical Theory Panel: "Shaftesbury, Whig Common Sense, and Wilde as Victorian Aesthete." Reed College, Portland, Oregon, November 5-7, 2004. </p>

<p><b>VISAWUS Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Conference</b>. Paper for Institutional Innovations Panel: "Carlyle, Dr. Alison, and the Poor Law Debate." University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, October 21-23, 2004. </p>

<p><b>ICR International Conference on Romanticism</b>. First paper: "Hopkins and Romanticism." Second paper: "Shelley's Prometheus Unbound and Aeschylus." Texas A & M, Laredo, Texas, October 14-17, 2004. </p>

<p><b>CEA College English Association Conference</b>. Paper for Reading News/Creating Readers Panel: "Digital Archiving and Nineteenth-Century Studies." Richmond, Virginia April 1-3, 2004. </p>

<p><b>CSULB Comparative Literature Conference</b>. Paper for Film Panel: "Burgess, Kubrick, and the Enlightenment Narrative of Progress." California State University, Long Beach, March 18-19, 2004. </p>

<p><b>NEMLA Conference</b>. Paper for Wilde's Short Fiction Panel: "Wilde's Criticism and Children's Tales." Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 4-7, 2004. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Paper for Nineteenth-Century British Literature Panel: "Oscar Wilde and the Victorian Secret." Pomona College, Claremont, California, November 7-9, 2003. </p>

<p><b>WCBS Western Conference on British Studies</b>. Paper for Nineteenth-Century British Literature Panel: "Victorian Sage-Writing Revisited." Tucson, Arizona, November 1, 2003. </p>

<p><b>The Film and History Conference</b>. Paper for the Film and History Section's Anti-Western Panel: "Taxi Driver and John Ford's The Searchers." Kansas City, Missouri, November 2002.</p>

<h3><font color="black">LANGUAGES</font></h3>

<p>French and Italian: speak, read; Greek, Latin, Russian, and German: read. </p>

<h3><font color="black">HONORS AND MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS</font></h3>

<p>Regents' Fellow at the University of California, Irvine, 1989-90. </p>

<p><i>Summa cum laude</i> in English literature at the University of California, Irvine, 1989. </p>

<p>MLA, PAMLA, VISAWUS (Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States), and ASLE (Association for the Study of Literature and Environment). </p>

<h3><font color="black">REFERENCES</font></h3>

<p>Upon request to applicant, confidential recommendation letters will be forwarded from UC Irvine's Career Center. Following is school information for more general inquiries:</p>

<p>University of California, Irvine, Department of English, 435 Humanities Instructional Bldg., Irvine, CA 92697-2650. (949) 824-6712, FAX (949) 824-2916. Website: <p><b>English Department</b>. Email: <b><a href="mailto:english@uci.edu">english@uci.edu</a></b>.</p>

<p>English Department, Chapman University, One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866. (714) 997-6750, FAX (714) 997-6697. Website: <p><b>English Department</b>. Email: <b><a href="mailto:engdept@chapman.edu">engdept@chapman.edu</a></b>.</p>

<p>California State University, Fullerton, University Hall 322, Fullerton, CA 92834 (657) 278-3163, Fax (657) 278-5954. Website: <p><b>English Department</b>. Email: <b><a href="mailto:english@fullerton.edu">english@fullerton.edu</a></b>.</p>

<p><b>J. Hillis Miller,</b> UCI Distinguished Professor of English at the University of California, Irvine</p>

<p><b>Robert Newsom,</b> Professor Emeritus of English at the University of California, Irvine</p>

<p><b>Harold Toliver,</b> Professor Emeritus of English at the University of California, Irvine</p>

<p><b>Sheryl Fontaine,</b> Chair of English at California SU, Fullerton</p>


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CURRICULUM VITAE OF ALFRED JAMES DRAKE, PH.D. (UPDATED 1/25/2016)
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<p align="center"><b>Photo</b> | <b>Email</b> | <b>CV</b> | <b>Authors Taught</b> | <b>Courses Taught</b> | <b>Teaching Phil.</b> | <b>Guides</b> | <b>Blogs</b> | <b>Audio</b></p>

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<h3><font color="black">EDUCATION</font></h3>

<p><b>Ph.D. in English literature</b> from <b>the University of California, Irvine</b> , December 1997. Supervised by J. Hillis Miller (chair), Robert Newsom, and Harold Toliver, "Bully Boy with No Glass Eye: Oscar Wilde as Socialist" examines Wilde's view of nineteenth-century utopianism and political ideology.</p>

<p><b>M.A. December 1990</b> and <b>B.A. March 1989</b> from the University of California, Irvine.</p>

<h3><font color="black">ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT</font></h3>

<p>Lecturer at California State University, Fullerton. Part-time, Fall 2002 to Fall 2015.</p>

<p>Lecturer at Chapman University in Orange, California. Part-time, Spring 2002 to 2012.</p>

<p>Assistant Director of Basic Composition at the University of California, Irvine. 1999-2000.</p>

<p>Graduate teaching assistant, then lecturer at the University of California, Irvine. Fall 1991-2000.</p>

<h3><font color="black">PUBLICATIONS 2014-2004</font></h3>

<p><i>The New Criticism: Formalist Literary Theory in America.</i> Editor for a volume of essays on the New Critics’ development, methodologies, and legacy. Co-editors Rick Armstrong and Sheperd Steiner. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK. 2014.

<p><i>New Essays on the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory.</i> Editor for a volume of essays on the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK. 2010.</p>

<p>"Izaak Walton, Pater and Wilde's Henry Wotton in <i>The Picture of Dorian Gray.</i>" <i>The Wildean</i> 33, Fall 2008.</p>

<p>"Wordsworth." Article for the <i>Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy.</i> Macmillan Gail/Cengage Group. Fall 2008.</p>

<p>"Burgess, Kubrick, and the Enlightenment Narrative of Progress." <i>Film and Philosophy,</i> Volume 9, Fall 2004.</p>

<p><b>The Victorian Prose Archive</b> contains scholarly editions of texts by Arnold, Carlyle, Newman, Pater, Wilde, and others. 2001-present.</p>

<h3><font color="black">SUPPLEMENTARY WRITINGS</font></h3>

<p><b>Blogs</b> | <b>Guides</b> | <b>Study Questions</b>. Extensive collection of online materials on over 330 authors and many literary periods/movements. 600-700 pages of detailed blog entries, 500+ pages of study questions, numerous guides.</p>

<h3><font color="black">TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2015-1991</font></h3>

<p>Since Fall 2002 and through Fall 2015, I have taught <u>85</u> surveys and seminars at CSU Fullerton and Chapman University in Orange, California: 36 courses on British literature, 19 on world literature, 20 on criticism, theory and genre, 6 on American literature, and 4 on composition. Before that time (at UC Irvine from 1991-2000), I taught 22 sections of basic and advanced composition, two genre surveys, and assisted in five literature courses. Details below:</p>

<h3><font color="black">TEACHING AT CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON 2015-2002</font></h3>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">LITERARY CRITICISM, THEORY AND GENRE (14 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 492: Modern Critical Theory.</b> An upper-division seminar including key precursor texts and contemporary selections in critical theory. 1 course</u> Fall 2015.</p>

<p><b>English 491: Traditions of English Criticism.</b> An upper-division seminar including authors from Plato through de Saussure. Provides background for contemporary theory. <u>5 courses</u> Fall 2007-Fall 2003.</p>

<p><b>English 300: Analysis of Literary Forms.</b> A lower-division course centered on genre. <u>8 courses</u> Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013, Fall 2012, Spring 2012 (2 sections), Fall 2011, Spring 2011.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">NINETEENTH- AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE (18 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 457: British Romantic Literature.</b> An upper-division seminar covering major romantic authors. <u>1 course</u> Spring 2006.</p>

<p><b>English 222: American Literature since 1865.</b> Covers American authors since the Civil War. <u>6 courses</u> Fall 2014 (2), Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Fall 2006.</p>

<p><b>English 212: British Literature since 1760.</b> Surveys covering romanticism, the Victorian period, WWI, modernism and contemporary British literature. <u>11 courses</u> Spring 2011-Fall 2002.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">MEDIEVAL THROUGH EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE (17 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 317: Milton.</b> A major author course on Milton including selected short texts, <i>Paradise Lost</i>, <i>Paradise Regained,</i> and <i>Samson Agonistes.</i> <u>1 course</u> Spring 2013.</p>

<p><b>English 316: Shakespeare.</b> A required major author course on Shakespeare including selected sonnets, comedies, histories, tragedies, and romance plays. <u>8 courses</u> Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Fall 2012 (2 sections), Fall 2011 (2 sections), Fall 2010, Fall 2007.</p>

<p><b>English 211: British Literature to 1760.</b> Surveys covering the medieval period through the Renaissance and neoclassicism. <u>8 courses</u> Spring 2015, Fall 2010-Summer 2003.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">WORLD LITERATURE (10 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>Comp Lit 325: World Literature since 1650.</b> A survey of eastern and western literature from the seventeenth century through the present. <u>4 courses</u> Fall 2015, Spring 2015, Spring 2012, Spring 2011.</p>

<p><b>Comp Lit 324: World Literature to 1650.</b> A survey of eastern and western literature from ancient times to the seventeenth century. <u>6 courses</u> Fall 2009-Fall 2005.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">COMPOSITION (4 TOTAL; SEE 22 UC IRVINE COURSES LISTED BELOW)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 301: Advanced Expository Writing.</b> Emphasizes grammar, style, audience, textual analysis. <u>2 courses</u> Spring 2013, Fall 2006.</p>

<p><b>English 307: Advanced Writing in English Studies.</b> Emphasizes rhetoric/audience, style, textual analysis for English majors. 2 courses Fall 2015, Spring 2014.</p>

<h3><font color="black">TEACHING AT CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY IN ORANGE, CALIFORNIA 2012-2002</font></h3>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">LITERARY CRITICISM, THEORY AND GENRE (6 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 456: Contemporary Theory.</b> An upper-division/graduate seminar that covers formalism, structuralism, deconstruction, feminism, postcolonial and cultural studies, etc. <u>2 courses</u> Spring 2003-2002.</p>

<p><b>English 434: The British Novel.</b> An upper-division/graduate seminar that includes Richardson, Fielding, Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Dickens, Trollope, and Hardy. <u>1 course</u> Spring 2004. </p>

<p><b>English 256: Introduction to Literary Theory and Criticism.</b> A core course introducing English majors to key texts in literary theory and a selection of applied criticism. <u>2 courses</u> Fall 2012, Spring 2009 (called E301 then).</p>

<p><b>English 252: Introduction to Poetry.</b> A lower-division course that introduces students as readers and writers to the genre of poetry and to major poets in the Anglo-American tradition. <u>1 course</u> Fall 2004. </p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7"> NINETEENTH- AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE (4 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 336: Modern British Literature.</b> Upper-division survey that covers major authors of the twentieth century. <u>2 courses</u> Fall 2005, Fall 2003.</p>

<p><b>English 335: Victorian British Literature.</b> Upper-division survey that covers major authors of the Victorian period. <u>2 courses</u> Spring 2008, Spring 2003.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">MEDIEVAL THROUGH EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE (3 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 432: Shakespeare's Tragedies and Romances.</b> An upper-division seminar covering Shakespeare's tragedies and romance plays. <u>1 course</u> Spring 2007.</p>

<p><b>English 430: Shakespeare's Comedies and Histories.</b> An upper-division seminar covering Shakespeare's comedies and histories. <u>1 course</u> Fall 2009.</p>

<p><b>English 230: Introduction to Shakespeare.</b> A new course for non-majors that introduces students to a variety of Shakespeare's plays.</u>1 course</u> Spring 2010.</p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">WORLD LITERATURE AND CORE ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS (9 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>English 242: World Literature from 400-1600 CE.</b> A lower-division survey of the eastern and western literary traditions. <u>1 course</u> Spring 2009.</p>

<p><b>English 240: World Literature to 400 CE.</b> A lower-division survey of the eastern and western literary traditions. <u>6 courses</u> Spring 2007-2003.</p>

<p><b>English 236: Studies in Literary Tradition.</b> A required core course for English majors: concentrates on key texts that have partly shaped the western literary tradition. <u>1 course</u> Fall 2008.</p>

<p><b>Freshman Foundations 100: Western Thought.</b> An interdisciplinary seminar including authors from Homer and Plato to Voltaire, Rousseau, Dostoevsky, Borges, and Camus. <u>1 course</u> Fall 2002.</p>

<h3><font color="black">TEACHING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE 2000-1991</font></h3>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">COMPOSITION (22 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>Writing 39B: Freshman Comp./African-American Theme</b> . <u>16 courses</u> 1991-2000, emphasizing modern American literature and culture. Also served as Assistant Director of Basic Composition, 1999-2000.</p>

<p><b>Writing 139: Victorian Science/Criticism/Colonialism</b>. Upper-division seminar covered nineteenth-century and twentieth-century critics, naturalists, scientists, sociologists, explorers, revolutionaries. <u>6 courses</u> 1995-99. </p>

<p><b><font color="#7800A7">ASSISTANTSHIPS AND OTHER COURSES (7 TOTAL)</font></b></p>

<p><b>Literary Criticism 100A (Wlecke)</b>; <b>E102C Nineteenth-Century British Poetry (Wlecke)</b>; <b>E102 Medieval-Renaissance Drama (Schell)</b>; <b>E102A Medieval-Renaissance Literature (Schell)</b>; <b>E101 Renaissance to 1660 (Toliver)</b>. <u>5 courses</u> 1991-97.</p>

<p><b>English 28A: Introduction to Poetry</b> and <b>English 28B: Introduction to Drama</b> . Literary history and genre studies. <u>2 courses</u> 1993-1994.</p>

<h3><font color="black">CONFERENCE PANELS ORGANIZED 2017-2002</font></h3>

<p><b>California State University Shakespeare Symposium</b>. "Vexing Issues in the Tragedies" Panel Chair. CSU Fullerton. February 23-24, 2017.</p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. The Victorians and Literary Theory Special Session Chair. Riverside, California. October 31 - November 2, 2014.</p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Critical Theory Panel Chair. San Diego, California. November 1-3, 2013.</p>

<p><b>California State University Shakespeare Symposium</b>. "Discoveries," "<i>Macbeth</i> and <i>King Lear,</i>" and "<i>Macbeth</i>" Panels Chair. CSU Fullerton. November 16-17, 2012. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Shakespeare's Roman and Classical Plays Panel Chair. Seattle University in Seattle, Washington. October 19-21, 2012.</p>

<p><b>California State University Shakespeare Symposium</b>. Sonnets Panel Chair. CSU Fullerton. May 7-8, 2010. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Culture Panel Chair. San Francisco SU, San Francisco, California. November 6-7, 2009. </p>

<p><b>ASLE Literature and Environment Conference</b>. Philosophy, Classics and the Island as Place or Trope Panel Chair. University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. June 3-6, 2009. </p>

<p><b>California State University Shakespeare Symposium</b>. "<i>Hamlet</i>" Panel Chair. CSU Fullerton. May 29-30, 2009. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. History of American Literary Criticism 1900-50's Panel Chair. Pomona College, Claremont, California. November 7-8, 2008. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. The New Criticism Panel Chair. Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington. November 2-3, 2007. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Victorian Nature Writing Panel Chair. University of California, Riverside, Riverside, California, November 10-11, 2006. </p>

<p><b>ICR International Conference on Romanticism</b>. Classical Literature and Philosophy Panel Chair. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, November 9-12, 2006. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Critical Theory Panel Chair. Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, November 11-13, 2005. </p>

<p><b>ICR International Conference on Romanticism</b>. Romantic Prose Panel Chair. Paper: "Hazlitt and Carlyle on the French Revolution." University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado, October 13-16, 2005. </p>

<h3><font color="black">CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 2008-2002</font></h3>

<p><b>VISAWUS Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Conference</b>. Paper for Politics of Morality Panel: "Matthew Arnold as Public Intellectual." University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, October 2-4, 2008. </p>

<p><b>ASLE Literature and Environment Conference</b>. Paper for Romantic/ Victorian Panel: "Blake, Shelley, Hopkins, and the Representation of the Natural World." Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina. June 12-16, 2007. </p>

<p><b>PCA-ACA Nat. Popular Culture Association Conference</b>. Paper for Literature and Environment Panel: "Nineteenth-Century British Literature and American Ecocriticism." San Diego, California, March 23-26, 2005. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Paper for Critical Theory Panel: "Shaftesbury, Whig Common Sense, and Wilde as Victorian Aesthete." Reed College, Portland, Oregon, November 5-7, 2004. </p>

<p><b>VISAWUS Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Conference</b>. Paper for Institutional Innovations Panel: "Carlyle, Dr. Alison, and the Poor Law Debate." University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, October 21-23, 2004. </p>

<p><b>ICR International Conference on Romanticism</b>. First paper: "Hopkins and Romanticism." Second paper: "Shelley's Prometheus Unbound and Aeschylus." Texas A & M, Laredo, Texas, October 14-17, 2004. </p>

<p><b>CEA College English Association Conference</b>. Paper for Reading News/Creating Readers Panel: "Digital Archiving and Nineteenth-Century Studies." Richmond, Virginia April 1-3, 2004. </p>

<p><b>CSULB Comparative Literature Conference</b>. Paper for Film Panel: "Burgess, Kubrick, and the Enlightenment Narrative of Progress." California State University, Long Beach, March 18-19, 2004. </p>

<p><b>NEMLA Conference</b>. Paper for Wilde's Short Fiction Panel: "Wilde's Criticism and Children's Tales." Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 4-7, 2004. </p>

<p><b>PAMLA Conference</b>. Paper for Nineteenth-Century British Literature Panel: "Oscar Wilde and the Victorian Secret." Pomona College, Claremont, California, November 7-9, 2003. </p>

<p><b>WCBS Western Conference on British Studies</b>. Paper for Nineteenth-Century British Literature Panel: "Victorian Sage-Writing Revisited." Tucson, Arizona, November 1, 2003. </p>

<p><b>The Film and History Conference</b>. Paper for the Film and History Section's Anti-Western Panel: "Taxi Driver and John Ford's The Searchers." Kansas City, Missouri, November 2002.</p>

<h3><font color="black">LANGUAGES</font></h3>

<p>French and Italian: speak, read; Greek, Latin, Russian, and German: read. </p>

<h3><font color="black">HONORS AND MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS</font></h3>

<p>Regents' Fellow at the University of California, Irvine, 1989-90. </p>

<p><i>Summa cum laude</i> in English literature at the University of California, Irvine, 1989. </p>

<p>MLA, PAMLA, VISAWUS (Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States), and ASLE (Association for the Study of Literature and Environment). </p>

<h3><font color="black">REFERENCES</font></h3>

<p>Upon request to applicant, confidential recommendation letters will be forwarded from UC Irvine's Career Center. Following is school information for more general inquiries:</p>

<p>University of California, Irvine, Department of English, 435 Humanities Instructional Bldg., Irvine, CA 92697-2650. (949) 824-6712, FAX (949) 824-2916. Website: <p><b>English Department</b>. Email: <b><a href="mailto:english@uci.edu">english@uci.edu</a></b>.</p>

<p>English Department, Chapman University, One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866. (714) 997-6750, FAX (714) 997-6697. Website: <p><b>English Department</b>. Email: <b><a href="mailto:engdept@chapman.edu">engdept@chapman.edu</a></b>.</p>

<p>California State University, Fullerton, University Hall 322, Fullerton, CA 92834 (657) 278-3163, Fax (657) 278-5954. Website: <p><b>English Department</b>. Email: <b><a href="mailto:english@fullerton.edu">english@fullerton.edu</a></b>.</p>

<p><b>J. Hillis Miller,</b> UCI Distinguished Professor of English at the University of California, Irvine</p>

<p><b>Robert Newsom,</b> Professor Emeritus of English at the University of California, Irvine</p>

<p><b>Harold Toliver,</b> Professor Emeritus of English at the University of California, Irvine</p>

<p><b>Sheryl Fontaine,</b> Chair of English at California SU, Fullerton</p>

<p><b>Kay Stanton,</b> Professor of English at California SU, Fullerton</p>


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