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    English Faculty

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    Carole Barrowman, Associate Professor of English
    An avid writer, Carole has written screenplays, novels, mystery fiction, and newpaper articles. Carole teaches courses in British literature, world literature, especially Latin American, and creative writing.

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    What I'm reading now:

    Lucy Cromwell, Professor of English
    Lucy's expertise in critical thinking
    What I'm reading now:

    Mimi Czarnik, Associate Professor of English
    Mimi's teaching ranges from advanced courses in 19th and 20th century British Literature to beginning and intermediate courses in children's literature and film studies. She has published an article on the use of studio arts strategies in humanities courses and presents workshops and lectures for graduate students preparing to teach English. Mimi lives on the south side of Milwaukee with her husband, Michael, and three children.
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    What I'm Reading Now: Lemony Snicket's Series of Unfortunate Incidents (Book One: A Bad Beginning).

    Jonathan Little, Associated Professor of English
    Jonathan has published a book on writer Charles Johnson and currently is working on a new book on writer and poet Louise Erdrich. The Coordinator of the English Department, Jon teaches courses in American Literature, including an advanced course on the Harlem Renaissance. In his free time he enjoys creative writing, playing tennis, and riding bikes and rollerblading with his two sons.
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    Georgine Loacker, Professor of English

    Robert O'Brien Hokanson, Associate Professor of English
    Bob's teaching and research interests include African-American literature and culture, poetry, American studies, contemporary literature and multiculturalism, writing, teaching and learning with technology. He has published articles on Langston Hughes and Leslie Marmon Silko and presents workshops on communication and technology across the country. Bob coordinates the Communication courses at Alverno.
    What I'm Reading Now: Adrienne Rich, Dark Fields of the Republic: Poems
    1991-1995; Never Take a Pig to Lunch and Other Poems about the Fun of Eating, Nadine Westcott, ed.

    Judy Stanley, Professor of English

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