Anthony M. Dotterman
Post Hall Annex Room 7
Post Hall Annex Room 7
PhD, Stony Brook University (2015)
MA, Oregon State University (2001)
I teach writing, research and philosophy in the General Studies Program--a freshmen year program dedicated to helping students build strong critical reading and writing skills as they transition from high school to college
Art & Craft Of Writing
Critical Reading And Writing
Expository Writing And Research
World Of Ideas I
World Of Ideas II
Writing From A Global Perspective
Modernism (British, Irish, and American), Disability Studies, American literature (19th and 20th Century), and Victorian Literature.
Author/Presenter (2015). "Embodied Time in To the Lighthouse". In Virginia Woolf and Time (Panel). Pacific and Modern Languages (PAMLA) Conference, Portland, OR.
Author/Presenter (2015). "The Aesthetic Politics of Tito Mukhopadhyay". In Disability and Poetics (Panel). North East Modern language Association (NeMLA), Hartford, CT.
Presenter and Organizer/Chair (2014). Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching: General Studies Learning Communities in a Post Humanities World. North East Modern Language Association (NeMLA), Harrisburgh, PA.
Author/Presenter (2014). "Respecting Difference: Intersections of Theory and Practice". In Speaking in Two Voices: Academics Parenting Children with Disabilities(Panel). North East Modern Language Association (NeMLA), Harrisburgh, PA.
Author/Presenter and Organizer/Panel Chair (2014). “Pathology and Social Conditioning: Degenerate London in Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent”. In The Ugly Laws and Beyond: Beholding and Regulating Disability in an Urban Landscape (Panel). North East Modern Language Association (NeMLA), Toronto, Canada.
Organizer/Panel Chair (2013). Beyond Mad Men: Personal and Collective Nostalgia in British and American Period Dramas. In South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA). Atlanta, GA.
Presenter and Chair (2013). In Creating "Contact Zones" for General Studies' Learning Communities (Roundtable). North East Modern Language Association (NeMLA), Boston, MA.
Author/Presenter (2012). "A New National Bard: Whitman's "Body Politic" Reimagined in Bruce Springsteen's Magic and Wrecking Ball". In Bruce Springsteen and the American Soul: Songs of Conscience on His Three Albums The Rising, Magic and Wrecking Ball. South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA), Raleigh, NC.
Author/Presenter (2012). " Spectacles of Neuro-Diversity in the New York City Novel: Autistic Individuals and their Environment in Motherless Brooklyn and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.". In Great Works Symposium. Drexel, Philadelphia, PA.
Organizing Roundtable (2017, March). Literature and the First Year Experience. North East Modern Language Association (NeMLA), Baltimore, MD.
Organizing Panel (2017, March). Literary Maryland in the American Imagination. North East Modern Language Association (NeMLA), Baltimore, MD.
Served as AP Seminar table-leader in Salt Lake City, Utah (June 2016).
Serving on "Missions and Goals" Working Group for Middle States Self-Study Steering Committee.