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Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1983
M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1979
B.A., College of William and Mary, 1974
Dr. Belsches is a Professor of English who has formerly served in administrative roles such as Department Chair of English, Associate Dean and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Associate Provost. He holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and teaches courses in American literature with a specialty of Southern literature.
Ph.D. (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Professor of English
Twentieth-Century American Literature, Southern Literature, African-American Literature. The Politics of Ernest Hemingway (UMI, 1987). Essays in Studies in Short Fiction, Contemporary Fiction Writers of the South, South Atlantic Review, and Hemingway's Neglected Short Fiction: New Perspectives (UMI, 1989). Member, Modern Language Association, Society for the Study of Southern Literature, and Western Literature Association.
M.Ed. (Troy University)
M.S. (University of Central Arkansas)
Lecturer. Composition, World Literature, Teaching English to Students of Other Languages. Presentation at the Alabama Association for Developmental Education state conference. Member, Association of College English Teachers of Alabama, Alabama Association for Developmental Education.
M.Ed. (Troy State University)
Instructor of English and Teaching English to Students of Other Languages, Director of Developmental English, and English Language Arts Adviser. Editorial Advisory Board Member, Real Writing, by Susan Anker. Presenter at numerous writing workshops. President, Troy University Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. Sponsor, Pi Lambda Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta. Charter Member, Mortar Board and Alpha Lambda Delta. Member, Omicron Delta Kappa. Executive Board Member and Diversity Committee Member, Alabama Association for Developmental Education. Member, Association of College English Teachers of Alabama, Alabama Council of Teachers of English, National Council of Teachers of English, and Troy Council of Teachers of English.
Professor of English
Comparative Literature, Medieval Literatures, Chaucer Studies, Boethian Studies, European Novel, French Literature, German Literature, Western Civilization, Literature of the Trojan War. The Consolation of Queen Elizabeth I: The Queen?s Translation of Boethius? Consolation of Philosophy (Arizona State, 2009); The History of Troy: The University (ATSP, 2007); co-editor, Global Perspectives on Medieval English, Literature, Language, and Culture (Western Michigan, 2007); co-editor, New Directions in Boethian Studies (Western Michigan, 2007); co-editor, Of Remembraunce the Keye: Medieval Literature and its Impact Through the Ages: Festschrift for Karl Heinz Göller (Lang, 2004); co-editor, Conflict in Southern Writing (ATSP, 2006); co-writer, The Mindes Medicine or the Phisicke of Philosophie: John Bracegirdle Translation of Boethius? De Consolatione Philosophiae (Arizona State, 1999); editor, Creative and Critical Approaches to the Short Story (Mellen, 1997); The Medieval Consolation of Philosophy: An Annotated Bibliography (Garland, 1992). Additional publications in Kindlers Neues Literatur Lexikon and Language in Civilization. Member, New Chaucer Society, Medieval Academy of America, Modern Language Association, International Boethius Society, Fifteenth-Century Symposium, and Mediaevistenverband.
Ph.D. (University of California-Riverside)
Twentieth- and twenty-first-century American, Irish, and British literatures, with a particular interest in the intersections of race, power, and technologies in post-World War II narratives. Tomorrow Through the Past: Neal Stephenson and the Project of Global Modernization (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006). Essays published in Extrapolation, Pacific Coast Philology, Quarterly Horse, SFRA Review, Rougaroo, Notes on Contemporary Literature. Memberships: Science Fiction Research Association, Octavia E. Butler Society, NeMLA, Society for Utopian Studies.
Ph.D., Louisiana State University, 2005
M.S., University of Southern Mississippi, 1993
B.S., University of Southern Mississippi, 1991
B.S., University of Southern Mississippi, 1990
Assistant Professor, Speech
Assistant Professor of Communication and teaches courses in Speech Communication, Theater, and Journalism. He has Bachelor's degrees in Speech Communication and Broadcast Journalism, as well as a Master's degree in Speech Communication Theory, all from the University of Southern Mississippi. He worked in television news on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and has extensive experience as an actor and director. He received a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from Louisiana State University.
Ph.D. (Georgia State University)
Associate Professor of English
Colonial and Postcolonial Theory, Contemporary Literary Theory, Feminist Theory, Contemporary Cosmopolitanism, Globalization, Postcolonial Diasporic Literature. Publications in Another Life: Horizons Anglophones (Montpellier: Pulm, 2012), Journal of Postcolonial Cultures and Societies (2013), Language, Literature and Cultural Studies (2011), Revista Atenea (2011), Impressions (2010, Encyclopedia of Alabama (2012), Annotated Bibliography of English Studies (2009-2012), Ingalls Award (2008-2009), Member, Modern Language Association, SAMLA, SALA, British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (2005).
Ph.D. (University of Southern Mississippi)
Professor of English
Contemporary Literature, Creative Writing. Fiction Editor, The Blue Moon Review; Founder, Alabama Literary Review. The Procession and Other Stories (United Kingdom Artists, forthcoming 2005); To Cry Is Not a Sin (Grossmont, 1978). Publications in Southern Writers in the Nineties (1992), Tampa Review, Texas Review, South Carolina Review, Habersham Review, Echoes Magazine, Red Mountain Review, CrossConnect, Blue Moon Review, Alabama Literary Review, The Sniper Review, The Paper, Product, and Three O'Clock at the Pines. Member, Sigma Tau Delta, National Council of Teachers of English, Alabama Council of Teachers of English, Alabama Writers' Forum, American Civil Liberties Union, and Amnesty International.
Office: Smith Hall, Room 242 | 334-670-3382 | Fax: 334-670-3519
Ph.D. (Wayne State University)
Associate Professor of English
Medieval Literature, World Literature, Film/Popular Culture. PEAA Award, Blog that Best Serves the Medieval Community (Unlocked Wordhoard, 2008). PEAA Award, Best Electronic Article on a Medieval Topic (“Valuing Anglo-Saxon-Studies”, 2008). White House Fellow Regional Finalist (2007). Fulbright Seminar, Guatemala (2003). Conflict in Southern Writing (ATSP, 2006), Global Perspectives on Medieval Literature and Culture (MIP, 2007). Publications in Anglo-Saxon England, Old English Newsletter, Medieval English Studies, Carmina Philosophiae, The Heroic Age, Coyote Wild, The JRR Tolkien Encyclopedia, Chaosium Digest, Whatever Remembers Us: An Anthology of Alabama Poetry, Companion to Pre-1600 British Poetry, and Alabama English. Presentations at International Congress on Medieval Studies, Southeastern Medieval Association, Medieval English Studies Association of Korea, Popular Culture Association, Red River International Conference on World Literature, Troy University Mythology Symposium, English Symposium: Celebrating the Western Tradition, Association of College English Teachers of Alabama, Daegu University Humanities Conference, Pusan University of Foreign Studies, National Collegiate Network, Michigan Academy of Science Arts & Letters Conference, Areopagus Lectures (Keynote Speaker, 2008). Popular presentations at InConjunction, Henry F. Schricker Public Library, Dragon*Con. Member, Medieval Academy of America, Medieval English Studies Association of Korea, Modern Language Association, Societas Magica, and Southeastern Medieval Association. Featured in Chivalry Today, Chronicle of Higher Education, Geekerati, Savannah Now.
M.F.A. (University of Iowa Writers' Workshop)
Director of Creative Writing Program, and Professor of English
Creative Writing, World Literature, Composition. Publications in Postmodern Approaches to the Short Story (Praeger, 2003), The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing (Writer's Digest Books, 2002), Alabama Bound: Contemporary Stories of a State (Livingston, 1995), Writer's Guide to Creativity, WD Guide to Novel Writing, Writer's Digest (frequent contributor), Fiction Writer (frequent contributor), The Basics of Writing and Selling Fiction, Iowa Journal of Literary Studies, Prairie Schooner, Alabama Literary Review, and Pulpsmith. Distinguished Artist, Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (1998). President, Association of College English Teachers of Alabama. Current project: Michelangelo in Rome (novel).
Ph.D., University of Louisiana at Lafayette,2004
M.A., University of New Orleans, 1996
B.A., University of New Orleans, 1993
Assistant Professor / Chair
Associate Professor of English who also serves as Interim Chair of the Department of English. He holds a B.A. and an M.A. in English from the University of New Orleans with minors in Classical Studies and American Literature, and a Ph.D. in English from the University of Louisiana – Lafayette. Dr. Ortego teaches courses in Medieval and Renaissance Studies as well as composition; his research interests include textual studies of Shakespeare and Chaucer and cultural and folklore studies of Medieval Icelandic Literature.
Ph.D. (University of Tulsa)
Associate Professor of English
British Romantic Literature, Trans-Atlantic/Transnational Literature, Cultural Studies, Religion in Literature, Women's Studies. Bibliographer, Keats-Shelley Journal. Folger Fellow (2006, 2005). Editor, The Diaries of Elizabeth Inchbald, 3 volumes (Pickering & Chatto, 2007); General Editor, Themes of Conflict in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Literature of the American South: The Proceedings of the 2004 Conflict in Southern Writing Conference (Mellen, 2007) and Conflict in Southern Writing (ATSP, 2006). Publications in Keats-Shelley Journal, The Catholic Church and Unruly Women Writers (Palgrave, 2007), James Joyce Quarterly, South Asian Review, Names: A Journal of Onomastics, South Central Review, South Atlantic Review, Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction (Facts on File, 2006), The University of Tulsa Graduate Review, The Learning, Wit, and Wisdom of Shakespeare's Renaissance Women (Mellen, 1997), Alpha Chi Recorder, and The Rectangle; forthcoming in Students' Companion to American Literary Characters, Companion to Twentieth-Century British Poetry, and Keats-Shelley Journal. Contributing Editor, Annotated Bibliography of English Studies. Member, Modern Language Association, North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, Keats-Shelley Association, Byron Society of America, American Name Society, British Association for Romantic Studies, Wordsworth-Coleridge Association, South Central Modern Language Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Current research, Inchbald, Hawthorne and the Romantic Moral Romance: Little Histories and Neutral Territories (Pickering & Chatto, forthcoming 2009).
Ph.D., Louisiana State University
M.A., University of New Orleans
B.A., University of New Orleans
Assistant Professor, English
Assistant Professor of English and teaches courses in British and American literature. She has a B.A. and an M.A. in English literature from the University of New Orleans. She holds a Ph.D. in English literature from Louisiana State University with specialties in 19th-Century British literature, feminist theory, and gender studies.
Ph.D. (University of Virginia)
Associate Professor of English
Modern and Contemporary Poetry, Creative Writing, World Literature, Composition. Conflict in Southern Writing (co-editor) (ATSP, 2006). Fashioned Pleasures: 23 Poets Play Bouts-Rimés with Shakespeare's Rhymes (Parallel Press, 2005). Publications in Alabama Literary Review, Antioch Review, Atlanta Review, Blink, Chautauqua Literary Review, Cumberland Poetry Review, Drastic Measures, The Gift of Experience, Iron Horse Literary Review, Meridian, Michigan Quarterly Review, Sequoia, Southern Poetry Review, St. John's Review, Western Humanities Review. Presentations at the West Chester Poetry Conference (West Chester University) and American Poetry in the 1950's Conference (University of Maine). Member, Modern Language Association, The Academy of American Poets, and the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics.
M.Ed., University of Tampa, 1980
B.S., Edward Waters College, 1966
Teaches courses in British, American, and world literature. She has a Bachelor’s degree in English from Edward Waters College and a Master’s degree in English from the University of Tampa. She is presently working on her Ph.D in American literature at Auburn University.
M.A. (Central Missouri State University)
Instructor of English
Essays in Publications of the Missouri Philological Association (CMSU Press, 1999 and 2002), Chair Academy Journal (International Chair Academy, 2002). Member, National Council of Teachers of English, Association of College English Teachers of Alabama.
Ph.D., English (Florida State University, 2008)
American Literature, World Literature, Composition, Creative Writing.
Location: Troy University, Columbus Campus, B-15 506 Manchester Expressway, Columbus, Georgia
M.A. (James Cook University)
Writing Center Director – Dothan Campus, English Lecturer
Southern Literature, American Literature, Grit Lit, Women’s Literature, Literature and Adaptation.
Last Updated: 01/31/2018