Sandra Coyle (Associate Professor & Department Chair)
B.A., Augusta College; M.A. & Ph.D., University of South Carolina
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Julie S. Brannon (Associate Professor)
B.A., Rollins College; M.A. & Ph.D., Florida State University
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Raymond H. Clines (Professor)
B.A., University of Washington; M.A., Central Washington University; Ph.D., University of Rhode Island
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Janet Morgan Haavisto (Professor & Director of the Honors Degree Program)
B.S. & M.A., Middle Tennessee State; Ph.D., University of Florida
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Edward McCourt (Assistant Professor & Director of the Writing Center/WAC Program)
B.A., Assumption College; M.A., Salem State University; MFA, Stonecoast MFA, USM.
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Patrick G. McLeod (Professor)
B.A., Loyola University – New Orleans; M.A. & Ph.D., Rice University
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Sarah Murphy (Associate Professor)
B.A., University of California at Santa Cruz; M.F.A., University of Oregon; Ph.D., Indiana University
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Sarah E. Parker (Visiting Assistant Professor)
B.A., M.A., UNC; M.A., Middlebury College & Universite Sorbonne Nouvelle; Ph.D., University of North Carolina.
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Mary DeFalco (Visiting Instructor)
B.G.S. & M.A.T., Jacksonville University
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Richard J. Gibson (Professor (Emeritus))
B.A., Stetson University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina
Recent Faculty Accomplishments
Dr. Julie Brannon led a group of English majors in a panel presentation at the 2012 National PCA/ACA (Popular Culture Association) Conference in Boston MA. Dr. Brannon also presented her own recent work titled “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein? Kenneth Branagh and Keeping Promises” at the conference.
Dr. Ray Clines published the new 7th Edition of his book, Research Writing Simplified for the Fall of 2011. The edition includes the most recent updates to both the APA and MLA guidelines and is available through the bookstore, on Amazon.com, or through Pearson directly.
Prof. Ed McCourt’s essay “Watching Rocco” was published in the 2011 Bacopa Literary Review and received honorable mention in its nonfiction contests. His poem “Salt Life” also appeared in the magazine.
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Murphy, assistant professor of English, whose poem, "Letter to the Past After Long Silence," was given the honor of being included in the 2010 edition of The Best American Poetry. For more information, visit www.bestamericanpoetry.com.
Dr. Julie Brannon, associate professor of English, has forthcoming entries in the Encyclopedia of Popular Culture—a biography of J. K. Rowling; Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone; and an entry on Dan Brown’s Angels & Demons. These entries were accepted and will be published this year. This spring, Dr. Brannon served as a jurist for the Rollins College McKean Grant, which awards $15,000 to Rollins faculty for significant research in a field of study. Rollins alumni who have achieved academic distinction are chosen to serve on the jury each year.