Stephanie Gordon, Ph.D.

Education:

University of Georgia, Ph.D.
University of Georgia, MA. 
Queens College, Charlotte, NC. BA. Summa cum laude. 

Areas of specialization:
 
Global Literature, Multiethnic American Literature, Creative Writing. 

Research Interests:

Native American Literature and Culture, Educational Policy.

Courses Taught at UCCS
:
ENGL 190: Introduction to Literary Studies for Majors 
ENGL 204: Introduction to Creative Nonfiction 
ENGL 261: Literature: The Global Perspective II 
ENGL 355: Native American Literature 

Selected Publications:

Keeping Strong in the Spirit: Joe Garcia, President of the National Council of American Indians.” Winds of Change 22.3 (Summer 2007). 48-51. 

“The Making of a National Leader: Nora McDowell-Antone, Chair of Fort Mojave Indian Tribe.” Winds of Change 22.2 (Spring 2007): 34-37. 

“Economic Development on the Gila River Reservation.” Winds of Change 21.4 (Fall 2006): 68-73.  

“A White Buffalo: The Intertribal Information Technology Company and its Alliances.” Winds of Change. 21.3 (Summer 2006). 44-49.

Essay on “Sherman Alexie” (4500 words) for Popular Contemporary Writers. Invited essay. Thomas McCarthy, editor. New York: Marshall Cavendish, 2006. 49-64.

“Nationalist, Assimilationist, Christian: The Uneasy Ideologies of Elias Boudinot.” Humanities in the South (Summer 2004): 50-58. 

“The Palace of Winds” (creative non-fiction), GSU Review. Spring 2002. 126-164.

“’The 7-11 of my dreams’: Pop Culture in Sherman Alexie’s Short Fiction.” Studies in American Culture (October 2001): 29-36.

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