- PhD in English
- MA in English
- BA in English
Graduate courses taught at Northwest
- English 532 Hawthorne and Melville
- English 561 The American Short Story
- English 582 Contemporary Poetry
- English 630 American Transcendentalism
- English 634 The American Realists
- English 663 The American Novel from 1920-1945
- English 664 The American Novel Since 1945
- English 690 Methods of Research in English
Special topics Graduate courses taught at Northwest
- English 525 Special Studies (The American Comic Novel)
- English 621 Problems in Scholarship (Twentieth-Century Poetry: Beauty in Ruins)
- English 621 Problems in Scholarship (Imaginary or Real: The Great Divide in Twentieth-Century Poetry)
- English 621 Problems in Scholarship (Modern Poetry and the Long Poem)
Undergraduate courses taught at Northwest
- English 111 Composition
- English 111 Composition (Academy)
- English 112 Composition
- English 112 Composition (Academy)
- English 220 Introduction to Literature
- English 224 Multiethnic Literature of the United States
- English 234 American Literature: 1865 to the Present
- English 363 The American Novel
- Modern American Poetry
- Native American Literature
- Modernism and Postmodernism
- Literary Theory (Bakhtin, Derrida, Barthes, Baudrillard)
Most Recent Publications
- "Writing on Hardscrabble: Walt McDonald's ‘Suddenly Fabulous Desert'" accepted for publication in Southwestern American Literature. (Fall 2005)
- "‘An Orgy of Acquisition': Intellectual and Commercial Ownership in The Professor's House." Teaching Cather 3 (Spring 2003): 4-7.
- "Walt McDonald's Beautiful Wasteland." The Waltz He Was Born For: An Introduction to the Writing of Walt Mcdonald. Ed. by Janice Whittington and Andrew Hudgins. Lubbock, Texas: Texas Tech UP, 2002. 62-79.
Most Recent Presentations
- "‘In the Excitements of Silence': Outliving the Self in Falling Man." The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 (Spring 2009).
- "West of the Imagination: Walt McDonald's ‘Aesthetic du Mal.'" American Literature Association Conference (Spring 2007).
- "Wallace Stevens and Seamus Heaney: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Escapism." Twentieth Century Literature Conference (Spring 2006).
- "‘A Tune Beyond Us': Ideas of Evasion in Wallace Stevens and Mikhail Bakhtin." Twentieth Century Literature Conference (Spring 2005).