Arts & Science Rm. 219
Monday 11-12; Wed 11-12 and 6-7; Thursday 1-2; Also by appointment
Department of English
|Vita(PDF): R. McDonald Vita
- Ph.D. in English Language and Literature, University of Michigan, April 2007
- M.A. in English Language and Literature, University of Michigan, December 2002
- B.A. in English (with distinction) and Classical Studies, minor in Latin, University of Washington, June 2001, Summa Cum Laude
- “Revision and Competing Voices in D. H. Lawrence’s Collaborations with Women,” Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation 4.1 (Spring 2009): 1-25.
- “Who Speaks for Fergus? Silence, Homophobia, and the Anxiety of Yeatsian Influence in Joyce,” Twentieth-Century Literature 51.4 (Winter 2005): 391-413.
- EN326: Contemporary British Literature
- EN201: Introduction to Literary Study
- EN114: American Literature II
- EN111: Academic Writing and Research I
- British, Irish, and American Modernism (especially W. B. Yeats, James Joyce, D. H. Lawrence, and Marianne Moore); textual scholarship; collaboration studies
Service to the University
- Panel Moderator, Georgian Court University 3rd Annual Undergraduate Research Conference, October 2009
Why I Love GCU
- As a relative newcomer to GCU, I can honestly say that I'm thrilled to join this community of dedicated students, faculty, administrators, and staff who inspire one another daily not only to advance the content knowledge of our respective fields but also to reflect on how we might lead more balanced lives and become more responsible citizens. Students and faculty go about their activities seriously yet in a refreshingly unpretentious fashion, and I love that the intimacy of the campus fosters regular discussion between members of different schools and departments.