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Professor
English
Chair, Department of English and Communications

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Lea M. Williams received her BA in comparative literature from the American University of Paris and her MA and PhD in comparative literature from the University of Oregon.

Professor
Communications

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Narain D. Batra joined the faculty of the Department of English and Communications in 1986.

Professor
Communications

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Kenneth W. Bush joined the faculty of the Department of English and Communications at Norwich University in 1986.

Professor
English

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F. Brett Cox, PhD, received a BA in English and philosophy from the University of South Carolina-Coastal Carolina College, an MA in English with emphasis in creative writing from the University of South Carolina-Columbia, and a PhD in English with emphasis in American Literature from Duke University. 

Professor
Communications

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William Estill joined the faculty of the Department of English and Communications at Norwich University in 1987.

Professor
English

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Patricia J. Ferreira's intellectual focus is race, culture, and ethnicity, and her courses in American literature, world literature, and writing usually address and seek understanding through difference.

Professor
English

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Andrew “Bud” Knauf received his BA at St. Bonaventure, his MA at the University of Maine (Orono), and his PhD at the University of Detroit.

Professor
English

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Daniel Lane joined the faculty of the Department of English and Communications at Norwich University in 2000.

Professor
Philosophy
Philip A. Gauss Chair in Philosophy

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Robert McKay earned a BA in philosophy from Swarthmore College and an MA and PhD in philosophy from the University of Chicago. 

Associate Professor
English
Director, Center for Writing

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Dalyn Luedtke received her BA in literature and writing with an emphasis on writing from California State University-San Marcos and her PhD in rhetoric, composition, and the teaching of English from the University of Arizona.

Associate Professor
Associate Professor

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Carl G. Martin joined the English faculty at Norwich in 2010, and specializes in Medieval, British, and world literature.

Associate Professor
English

Portriat of Kathleen McDonald

Kathleen McDonald joined the English faculty at Norwich in 2005, and specializes in early American literature, crime literature, and film studies.

Assistant Professor
English

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Kyle Pivetti joined the Norwich faculty in 2012. He teaches courses in Shakespeare, British Literature, Literature of Sea, and the Literature of Leadership, among others.

Associate Professor
English

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Sean Prentiss is a professor of creative writing. He is the author of Finding Abbey: a Search for Edward Abbey and His Hidden Desert Grave, an award-winning memoir about Edward Abbey and the search for home.

Associate Professor
English
Director, Undergraduate Research Program

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Amy Woodbury Tease earned her BA in English from Boston College and her MA and PhD from Tufts University.

Assistant Professor
Theater

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Jeff Casey, PhD, studied English literature and philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin, where he later earned an MA in creative writing. 

Assistant Professor
Philosophy

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Brian Glenney joined the Norwich faculty in 2015. He holds a PhD from the University of Southern California, an MLitt from St. Andrews University in Scotland, and a BS in Philosophy from the University of Washington.

Adjunct Faculty
English

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Jeanne Beckwith received her PhD in dramatic criticism from the University of Georgia in 1994. Her dissertation, Deviancy on the Stage, critically examined the works of David Mamet and Peter Barnes.

Lecturer
English
Coordinator, International and Multilingual Curriculum

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Kate M. Donley is pleased to serve Norwich as a Lecturer in English and ESL.

Lecturer
English

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Jessica Kuskey earned her master's degree in English at New York University and her PhD in English at Syracuse University. Her dissertation won the All-University Doctoral Prize at Syracuse.

Lecturer
English
Associate Director, Center for Writing

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Michan Myer, MA, received her undergraduate degree in English and Creative Writing from Regent University and her graduate degree from Old Dominion University.

Adjunct Faculty
English

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Megan Cannella teaches English Literature & Composition I and II in the Department of English at Norwich University.

Adjunct Faculty
English

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Zoe Fowler joined the Norwich faculty in August 2016, teaching English Composition and Literature I and II.

Adjunct Faculty
English

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Gina Logan has worked as a learning specialist since 1980 in Norwich University's Academic Achievement Center, tutoring students in the social sciences and humanities. She has a keen interest in developmental writing and reading issues and in helping students at all levels become more effective learners.

Adjunct Faculty
Philosophy

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Daniel Morris received his PhD religion and ethics from the University of Iowa in 2012.

Adjunct Faculty
English

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Jay Petrillo holds a BFA from the University of Hartford, an MA from Dartmouth College, and a MEd from the University of Vermont.

Adjunct Faculty
English

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Robert Piasecki earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Connecticut in 1978 and a master's degree from Boston University in 1983.

Adjunct Faculty
English

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Kimberley Reynolds received her BA in English from the University of Vermont and earned her MFA in creative writing from Emerson College.

Adjunct Faculty
English

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L. Dan Richards, MA, received his undergraduate degree from Muskingum College and his graduate degree from the University of Akron, both in Ohio.

Adjunct Faculty
English

Portrait of Susan Romans

Susan Romans, PhD, graduated from the College of William and Mary with a BA in English and from the University of Maryland with graduate degrees in communication education.

Adjunct Faculty
English

Portriat of Glennie Sewell

Glennie Sewell, MA, MEd, MFA, grew up in Maryland and began writing as a cartoonist in his early teenage years, proceeding to write science-fiction and school-based comedy during high school.

Adjunct Faculty
Communications

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Doug A. Smith earned his BS in communications arts and sciences from Lyndon State College and his MA in telecommunications from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 

Adjunct Faculty
English

Portrait of Kim Ward

Kim Ward completed her bachelor’s in fine arts at Johnson State College with a focus in poetry in 1989 and received her MFA in performance poetry at Goddard College in 1998.

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