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"Students, especially at SCAD, offer diverse backgrounds and interests to enrich any subject we touch on in class. Their insights open my eyes to what I may have overlooked or underappreciated. A classroom of collegial exchange invigorates my research, which always comes out of my classroom experience."
"The More of Myth: A Pedagogy of Diversion is the book I feel is my most significant accomplishment because it combines storytelling, theory, and student work both written and artistic-and this reflects the drive in all my writing and teaching: to be interdisciplinary and to honor the many voices that contribute to my understanding."
SUNY Summer Research Grant; SCAD Presidential Fellowship; Listed in Directory of American Scholars; Who's Who in Religion; Who's Who in the South and Southwest; Sears-Roebuck Teaching Excellence and Campus; Leadership Award, OLHCC; Academic Excellence Award for Teaching, University of Redlands
Modern Language Association, Thomas Wolfe Society, American Educational Research Association
"Myth, the New "M" theory of Education," AERA conference, April 10, 2011.
Classroom experience for over forty years