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CURRICULUM VITAE

JOANNE B. KARPINSKI

Associate Professor

Department of English

Regis University

Denver, CO 80221, U.S.A.

(o) 303-458-4923

(h) 303-938-8195

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EDUCATION

    Ph.D. University of Colorado, Comparative Literature, focus on twentieth century American,                 Russian, French literature and critical theory.

    Dissertation: "Poetics and Polemics: The Relationship of Ideology and Poetic Form in the Works of Ezra Pound and Vladimir Mayakovsky."

    University Fellowship, George Fullmer Reynolds Fellowship (awarded for excellence in research).

    Nominated for teaching excellence award.

    Languages: fluent in French and Russian.

    G.P.A. 4.00

    M.A. University of Colorado, Comparative Literature, focus on literary theory (semiotics,                 structuralism, formalism). University Fellowship.

    B.A. Summa cum laude, Yale University. Major: political science, focus on Russian area studies and political communications. Phi Beta Kappa (top 5% of class). Minor: literature. Articles editor, New Journal.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    1988-Present Associate Professor, Department of English, Regis University, Denver, Colorado.               Courses taught include Cultural History of the United States 1900-1960, Cultural History from the Baroque to Romanticism, Survey of Humanities in the Western World, History of Theater, Introduction to Literature, Introduction to Research Techniques in the Humanities, Women's Literature. Seminars include Comparative Literature (Modern Russian and American Poetry), Romanticism, Modern and Contemporary American Theater, Modern and Contemporary American Poetry, Literary Theory.

    Spring 1994 Fulbright Fellow, Department of Philology (Division of American Literature), Moscow State University.

    Summer 1993 Participating lecturer, NEH Summer Seminar "Quilts in Women's Culture," directed by Cheryl Torsney, University of West Virginia.

    1992-94 Writing Workshop Director and Faculty Consultant, University Without Walls, Regis               University.

    1991-1992 Sabbatical: Visiting Professor, Department of History (Division of Modern and               Contemporary History), Moscow State University.

    1982-1988 Assistant Professor and Director, Honors Program (Interdisciplinary Humanities               Program). Seminars include Survey of Humanities in the Western World; Russian History; Soviet Culture, Counterculture and Dissidence; The Effects of Scientific Thought on Modern Culture; Introduction to Interdisciplinary Study.

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ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

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PUBLICATIONS

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

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