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TA Spotlight Archives

The following list celebrates the important academic work of Duquesne University graduate students who have contributed to the scholarship of teaching and learning through both conference presentations and publications.


Conference Presentations

Confer, Shayne (English)
"The Chapbook, the Playwright, and the Devil: Teaching Dr. Faustus."  Miserable Middle Ages and Wretched Renaissance Conference.  Medieval and Renaissance Teaching Association (October 2009)

Feltwell, Dennis (Theology)
"Best Teaching Practices: 30 Ideas in 30 Minutes." Annual Conference for the American Academy of Religion (November 2009)

Gaffey, Michelle (English)
"A Pedagogical Response to 'I'm never shopping at Wal-Mart again!'"  How Class Works Conference. Working Class Studies Association (June 2010)

Gallagher, Maureen (English)
"The Debate Over the Integration of Literature and Freshman Composition." Annual Conference for the College English Association (March 2009)

Taylor, Amy (Psychology)
In collaboration with: T. Bailey, H. Chalk, A. Peck, and A. Bramante
"Introductory Psychology Courses: Gateway, Survey, or Both?"  Annual Convention for the  Eastern Psychological Association (March 2009)

Taylor, Amy (Psychology)
"Brown Bag Teaching Demos." Annual Convention for the Eastern Psychological Association (March 2009)


Phillips, Amy Criniti (English)
"Five Hundred Pages and a Topic of Her Own: Successfully Designing an Advanced Writing Course on 19th Century British Women Novelists." The CEA Forum 38.2 (Summer/Fall 2009).

Rawls, Christina (Philosophy)
"Student Interlude." Teaching Philosophy: Practical Dialogues.  Ed. Andrea Kenkmann. London: Continuum Press, 2009.