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Kristi Barker

Susannah Mary Chewning received her M.A. in Medieval Studies at the University of Bristol and her Ph.D. in English Literature from Drew University. Susannah has taught British literature, Writing, Gender Studies, and College Success at Union County College in New Jersey since 2002. She has presented papers and published articles on a variety of topics, ranging from early English devotional poetry to Chaucer to Shakespeare to teaching theory and best practices in both English and College Success. She is the editor of two collections of essays, The Word Made Flesh: Intersections of Sexuality and the Divine in Medieval Culture (Ashgate 2005) and The Milieu and Context of the Wooing Group (Wales 2010). Susannah has served as an officer in several organizations, such as the New Jersey Association for New Student Advocates; the MLA Community College Committee; the New Jersey College English Association; the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship; and the International Anchoritic Society. She is currently working on a college success textbook that focuses on the needs of students in college and in the workplace.     [ Click for More ]