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David Weed

College of Arts and Sciences
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
Degrees & Certifications
The University of Kansas, Bachelor of Science
The University of Kansas, Master of Arts
Syracuse University, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History

Washburn University, Lecturer, 1997 - present.

Washburn University, Adjunct Professor,1996-1997.

Syracuse University, Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1990-1996.

University of Kansas, Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1987-1990.

  • EN 100 B, Developmental English
  • EN 101 B, Freshman Comp
  • EN 101 H, Freshman Comp
  • EN 101 I, Freshman Comp
  • EN 101 L, Freshman Comp
  • EN 190 B, Film Appreciation
  • EN 212 VA, Sexuality and Literature
  • EN 301 A, Literary Criticism and Theory
  • EN 390 B, Aspects Of Film
Scholarly Interests/Activities

Eighteenth-century literature and culture

Composition and composition theory

Literary and critical theory

Gender and sexuality theory

History of the novel

Service Interests/Activities

Online Education Committee, 2008-2012

Career Accomplishments

My articles have appeared in the journals Eighteenth-Century Studies, Novel: A Forum on Fiction, and Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, and in essay collections including The Politics of Manhood: Pro Feminist Men Respond to the Men’s Movement and Miss Grundy Doesn’t Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Writing Classroom.

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