• Sharon Alker

    Sharon Alker

    Mary A. Denny Professor of English and General Studies

    Olin Hall 246
    509-527-5244 (phone) 509-527-5039 (fax)
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  • Theresa M. DiPasquale

    Theresa M. DiPasquale

    Gregory M. Cowan Professor of English Language & Literature; Professor of English

    Olin 226
    509-526-4710
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  • Scott Elliott

    Scott Elliott

    Professor of Creative Writing and English

    Olin Hall 247
    509-527-5892 (phone) 509-527-5039 (fax)
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  • Adam Gordon

    Adam Gordon

    Associate Professor of English

    Olin Hall 223
    509-527-5416
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  • Christopher Leise

    Associate Professor of English; Chair, Department of English

    Olin Hall 224
    509-527-5121
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  • Gaurav Majumdar

    Gaurav Majumdar

    Professor of English

    Olin Hall 245
    509-527-5209 (phone) 509-527-5039 (fax)
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  • Mary L. Raschko

    Mary L. Raschko

    Associate Professor of English

    Olin 248
    509-527-5289
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  • Katrina C. Roberts

    Mina Schwabacher Professor of English/Creative Writing and Humanities

    Olin Hall 225
    509-527-5186 (phone) 509-527-5039 (fax)
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  • Kisha Lewellyn Schlegel

    Kisha Lewellyn Schlegel

    Assistant Professor of English

    Olin Hall 217
    509-527-5289
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  • Johanna Stoberock

    Johanna Stoberock

    Senior Adjunct Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Writing and Public Discourse

    Olin Hall 244
    509-527-5847 (phone) 509-527-5039 (fax)

    Senior Adjunct Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Writing and Public Discourse Johanna Stoberock is the author of two novels, “Pigs  (Red Hen Press) and “City of Ghosts  (W. W. Norton). She has an M.F.A in Fiction from the University of Washington. Her work has appeared in the Chicago Review of Books, Lit Hub, the Best of the Net Anthology and elsewhere. She has extensive experience in both magazine and book publishing.

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  • Jenna Terry

    Senior Adjunct Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Writing and Public Discourse

    Olin 262
    509-527-5998

    Senior Adjunct Assistant Professor Jenna Terry earned a B.A. with honors in history from Wesleyan University and an M.F.A. in fiction from the University of Houston. In addition to teaching writing at Whitman, Professor Terry is the rhetoric, writing and bublic discourse 170 course coordinator.

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