Natalie Serber, English faculty, published a review of Eliza Robertson's Wallflowers in The New York Times' Book Review section in October 2014.
Department of English
Ph.D. in English Studies, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
MA in Writing, Portland State University
BA in English, Portland State University
Academic Writing: The Research Paper
Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture: Secrets and Lies
Tiffany Kraft teaches English Composition and Literature at Marylhurst University. She earned a Ph.D. in English from University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. Her particular expertise is in 19th-Century British Literature, Rhetoric and Composition, and New Media. She advocates for Open Educational Resources (OER), adjunct faculty, and students. She co-teaches Writing 323 with a librarian and stresses the significance of multi-modal composition. She's on Twitter @TiffanySKraft and you can find more at tiffanykraft.me.
- 'Oscar Wilde and Music': A Lecture by Merlin Holland at the William Andrews Clark
Memorial Library, 14th October 2007
- Adjunctification: Living in the Margins of Academe
- Re-Authoring the Adjunct Experience: 5 Talking Points
- The Rise of Moocs and the Myth of Mass Exodus in Higher Ed
- The Spahi as Scapegoat: The 'Little Death' transgressed in Teleny
- Tradition, Multimodal Composition and Oscar Wilde