Jun 19, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

English Department


College of Arts and Humanities
Ellensburg
Language and Literature Bldg., room 423
Mail Stop 7558
509-963-1546
www.cwu.edu/english
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Faculty and Staff
Chair

Christopher Schedler, PhD

Professors
Bobby Cummings, PhD, rhetoric, English education, computer composition
Charles X. Li, PhD, linguistics, TESOL, linguistic approaches to literature
Christopher Schedler, PhD, American and multicultural literature
Katharine Whitcomb, MFA, creative writing, interdisciplinary projects, poetry

Associate Professors
M. Eliatamby-O’Brien, PhD, postcolonial lit, critical race, interdisciplinary gender, and transnational/transpacific literary studies
Cynthia Pengilly, PhD, rhetoric and technical communication
Joshua Welsh, PhD, rhetoric, scientific and technical communication
Maya Zeller, MFA, creative writing

Assistant Professors
Paul Daniel Martin, PhD, writing studies, rhetoric
James Seth, PhD, early modern literature, Shakespeare
Sarah Sillin, PhD, American Indian oral and nonfiction literature, English studies, literature and history
Ali Ünal, PhD, creative writing

Senior Lecturers
Melissa Brouwer, MA
Pedro Xavier Cavazos, MFA
Seanse Ducken, MFA
Sonya Dunning, MFA
Ruthi Erdman, MA
Colin Hester, MFA
Marisa Humphrey, MA
Kevin Leaverton, MA
A.I. Ross, MA
Emma Saucedo, MA
Travis Tad Smith, MA
Shannon Wilson, MA

Lecturers
Joshua Aubol, MA
Taneum Bambrick, MA
Paula Collucci, MA
Kerry O’Connor, MA

Emeritus Professors
Liahna Armstrong, PhD, American literature, popular culture, film
Patricia Callaghan, DA, rhetoric, world literature, English education
Toni Culjak, PhD, American, world and multicultural literature, film
George Drake, PhD, British literature, literary theory
Karen Gookin, MA, general education, technical writing
Loretta Gray, PhD, applied linguistics, composition, TESOL
Lila Harper, PhD, 19th-century British literature, natural history writing, research methodologies
Karen Hull, MA, Expository writing, first-year writing, science writing
Virginia Mack, PhD, general education, Irish literature
Teresa Martin, PhD, English education, women’s literature
Lisa Norris, MFA, creative writing
Steven Olson, PhD, American literature, film
Paulus Pimomo, PhD, British literature, post-colonial studies
Joseph Powell, MFA, creative writing, modern poetry
Robert Schnelle, MA, Grammar, the Essay, general education
Gerald J. Stacy, PhD, English Renaissance literature
Christine Sutphin, PhD, British literature

Staff
Rhonda Muller, secretary supervisor
Krislon Rhynes, office assistant III

Department Information
The Department of English offers undergraduate and graduate courses in American, British, and world literature, English language and linguistics, English education, film study, and professional and creative writing. The study of English helps students to develop and enhance skills in critical analysis and written and oral communication. English program graduates pursue a variety of careers, including business, education, government, law, publishing, and writing.

Departmental Honors in English
The honors program in English recognizes the superior scholarship of qualified majors. To qualify for the program, students must have a minimum GPA of 3.4 overall and 3.7 in English and be recommended by three faculty members. In addition to their regular course of study, qualified students complete an individual study course culminating in an honors paper. A student whose honors paper is accepted will graduate with departmental honors in English. For additional details, consult the department website.

Course Offerings
Frequency of course offering information can be found at the department website: www.cwu.edu/english or by contacting the department directly.

Programs

    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)CertificateCertificate ACertificate BMinor

    Courses

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