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Darrell Bourque, Ph.D.
 
Professor Emeritus
 
Ph.D., Florida State University, 1981
 
Teaching and Research Areas
 
Creative writing, twentieth-century literature.
 
Noteworthy
 
Some of Dr. Bourque’s recent publications include: “Teaching Tennessee (with Robert Bray, George Crandell, Philip Kolin, and Colby Kullman),” in The Tennessee Williams Annual Review 4 (2001); “Louisiana Maples in Late Spring,” poem, in Connecticut Review Fall 2001; “Embarkation,” “Posing for Our First Communion Picture,” “Mary in The Small Crucifixion,” “My Mother’s Memory, Portrait,” and “Claire, Sonnet After Surgery,” poems, in Louisiana Literature 18.1 (2001); and “Fishing Off Belle Isle,” poem, in The Louisiana Review 3 (2001). His recent presentations include: Lecture on Louisiana Literature--Chopin, Dubus, and Gautreaux, at Peninsula College, Port Angeles, WA, Feb. 28, 2001; “The Sonnet:  Traditions, Applications, Innovations,” at Peninsula College, Port Angeles, WA, Feb. 28, 2001; “The Jefferson Notebook,” at National Association for Humanities Education, Portland, OR, March 2001; Lecture on Islam, in Mathe Allain’s Humanities 300 class, March 6, 2001; “Teaching Tennessee, A Panel Discussion,” at the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival, March 19, 2001; “The Creative Writing Workshop: Process, Pedagogy, and Practice,” lecture/reading, at the College English Association Meeting, Memphis, TN, Apr. 5, 2001; “Romantic Aesthetic and Verdi’s Rigoletto” and “Drawings from the Cincinnati Museum: Classicism and Romanticism,” for the Friends of the Humanities, Houston, October 24-25, 2001; and “Theater of Imagination:  An Interdisciplinary Humanities Approach to Teaching Tennessee Williams,” at SCMLA, Tulsa, OK, November 2, 2001.
 

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