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2012-2013 Graduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

English Department


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College of Arts and Humanities
Ellensburg
Language and Literature Building, room 423

509-963-1546
Fax: 509-963-1561
www.cwu.edu/english
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Faculty and Staff
Chair

George Drake, PhD

Professors
Laila Abdalla, PhD, English Medieval and Renaissance literature
Liahna Armstrong, PhD, American literature, popular culture, film
Patsy Callaghan, DA, rhetoric, world literature, English education
Toni Culjak, PhD, American, world, and multicultural literature, film
Bobby Cummings, PhD, rhetoric, English education, computer composition
George Drake, PhD, British literature, English novel
Loretta Gray, PhD, applied linguistics, composition, TESOL
Charles Xingzhong Li, PhD, linguistics, TESOL, linguistic approaches to literature
Terry Martin, PhD, English education, women’s literature
Steven Olson, PhD, American literature, film
Paulus Pimomo, PhD, British literature, post colonial studies
Joseph Powell, MFA, creative writing, modern poetry
Gerald J. Stacy, PhD, English Renaissance literature
Christine A. Sutphin, PhD, Victorian literature, English novel, women’s literature

Associate Professors
Lisa Norris, MFA, creative writing
Christopher Schedler, PhD, American and multicultural literature
Katharine Whitcomb, MFA, creative writing

Assistant Professor
Karen Gookin, MA, technical writing, composition

Emeritus Professors
Philip B. Garrison, MA, non-fiction, poetry writing, world, and Chicano literature
Mark W. Halperin, MFA, poetry writing, folk literature, modern poetry
Virginia Mack, PhD, general education, Irish literature
John L. Vifian, PhD 18th century literature, English novel

Senior Lecturer
Lila Harper, PhD

Staff
Theresa Stevens, secretary supervisor
Liberty Gibson, office assistant II

Department Information
The English department offers two options for the master of arts degree: master of arts, English (literature) and master of arts, English (TESOL - teaching English to speakers of other languages).

Programs

    Master of Arts

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