Faculty

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(603) 427-7721
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Room 423

Emily M. Hinnov

Bio

Emily M. Hinnov holds degrees in English and Theatre, and has been an active scholar since graduate school. Specializing in literary modernism, women’s literature, and visual culture, Hinnov has published several journal articles, has written two books and contributed to nine others, and frequently presents papers at regional and national conferences. She taught at the University of New Hampshire, Bowling Green University, Southern New Hampshire University, Boston University, and Granite State College before coming to Great Bay, where she is currently the English Program Coordinator.

Courses Taught

ENGL099GDeveloping College Writing II
ENGL110GCollege Composition I
ENGL115GIntroduction to Film Studies
ENGL117GIntroduction to Literature
ENGL127GIntroduction to Literary Analysis
ENGL212GWomen's Literature
ENGL213GCreative Writing
ENGL222GMajor Writers
ENGL223GBritish Literature to 1800
ENGL224GBritish Literature from 1800 to the present
ENGL 289G Internship in the Humanities

Education

B.A., Allegheny College, 1995
M.A., Simmons College, 1999
Ph.D., University of New Hampshire, 2005