Dr. Chuck Caruso, English faculty, presents at several conferences across the country in 2014 in a relatively new area for academia - video game theory.
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