Dr. Michelle Collins-Sibley

Teaching Area(s): English

Orville Hartshorn’s original vision of liberal arts education for people who work is the foundation of what makes Mount Union unique; that’s what attracted me to Mount Union.

Faculty Bios and Selected Publications

Michelle Collins-Sibley, Ph.D.

AB, Stanford University (1977); MA, Monterey Institute of International Studies (1980); PhD, State University of New York at Binghamton (1990)

  • “Who Can Speak? Authority and Authenticity in Olaudah Equiano and Phillis Wheatley.” Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 5.3 (2004): n.p. Web. 11 Apr. 2011.

Danielle A. Cordaro, Ph.D.

BA, Western Michigan University (2003); MA, Western Michigan University (2005); PhD, Purdue University (2010)

  • “Practical Uses for Session Reports among Faculty: A Case Study.” Writing Lab Newsletter 38.9/10. (2014): n. pag. Print.
  • Bergman, Linda, Danielle Cordaro, Morgan Reitmeyer. Academic Research: Inquiry and Argument Instructor’s Manual. New York: Pearson/Longman, 2010. Print. http://tinyurl.com/pearson-cordaro
  • “Composition, Deafness and Access in the Mainstream: Rhetoric and One Student’s Reality.” Open Words: Access and English Studies 3.2. (2009): 19-37. Web. http://www.pearsoncomppro.com/open_words_journal/index.php

Rodney F. Dick, Ph.D.

BA, Gonzaga University (1996); MA, University of Louisville (2000); PhD, University of Louisville (2005)

  • “Does Interface Matter? A Study of Web Authoring and Editing By Inexperienced Web Writers.” Business Communications Quarterly. (2006): 205-215. Print.
  • “The Writing Major As Shared Commitment.” What We Are Becoming: Development In Undergraduate Writing Majors. Eds. Greg A. Giberson and Thomas A. Moriarty. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2010. 98-129. Print.

Katherine McMahon, Ph.D.

BA, Oberlin College (1971); MA, Northern Illinois University (1976); PhD, Northern Illinois University (1985)

Michael Olin-Hitt, Ph.D

BA, Otterbein College (1986); MA, The Ohio State University (1989); PhD, The Ohio State University (1993)

  • “Prodigal.” The Other Side (Sept/Oct 2000): 42-47. Print.
  • “Norm Denton’s Kid, 1972.” Notre Dame Review Winter (2001): 80-93. Print.
  • The Word of God Upon My Lips: A Messenger Speaks. San Francisco: Council
  • Oak Books, 2007. Print.
  • The Homegoing: A Novel. Huron: Bottom Dog Press, 2012. Print.

Andrew Price, Ph.D.

BA, St. Anselm College (1982); MA, University of Notre Dame (1985); PhD, University of Notre Dame (1988)

Gwen Gray Schwartz, Ph.D.

BA, Occidental College (1990); MA, Morehead State University (1994); PhD, University of Arizona (2006)

  • “Coming to Terms: Generation 1.5 Students in Mainstream Composition.” The Reading Matrix 4.3 (2004): 40-57. Print.
  • “Subtexting Mainstream Generation 1.5 Identities: Acculturation Theories at Work.” Reinventing Identities in Second Language Writing. Eds. Michelle Cox, et al. Urbana: NCTE, 2010. 29-50. Print.

Frank Tascone, M.A., M.F.A.

BA, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (1985); MA, Bowling Green State University (1989); MFA, University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1998)

  • “Priscilla Gload.” Chautauqua 7(2010): 218-228. Print.

David Thiele, Ph.D.

BA, Kenyon College (1991); MA, Boston College (1995); PhD, Boston College (2003)

  • “Dracula and Whitmania: the Pass-Word Primeval.” English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 48.2 (2005): 188-205. Print.
  • “Ruskin, Authority, and Adult Education.” Ruskin’s Struggle for Coherence: Self-Representation through Art, Place, and Society. Eds. Rachel Dickenson and Keith Hanley. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006.138-153. Print.
  • “That There Brutus: Elite Culture and Knowledge Diffusion in the Industrial Novels of Elizabeth Gaskell.” Victorian Literature and Culture 35.1 (2007): 263-285. Print.
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