Name: James  Kirkpatrick
 
Department: English
Title: Instructor, English
Office Location:
Cato I, 262
Cato Campus
Phone Number: (704) 330-4844
Fax Number: (704) 330-6644
Email Address: James.Kirkpatrick@cpcc.edu
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Responsibilities:
Full-Time English;
other duties as dictated by the college (these vary).



 
Educational Background:
Central Piedmont Community College

B.A., English, UNC-Charlotte
Minor: Communications (theory)

M.A., English, UNC-Charlotte
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Studies in Victorian literature, Elizabethan literature, composition, women's literature, early American literature, creative writing, and linguistics.
 
Educational Experience:
I have taught at: Central Piedmont Community College, Florence-Darlington Technical College, Pfeiffer University-Charlotte.
 
Publications:
I support Service Learning activities at CPCC and have attended the annual service learning conference (Campus Compact) since 2006.

Presented paper on plagiarism and academic integrity at the 19th Annual International Conference on Literature, Visual Arts, and/or Cinema, sponsored by the State University of West Georgia, 2004. Conference Theme: Truth & Mendacity in literature and the arts.

Presented paper on writer William Bartram and the Hudson River School artists at the 17th Annual International Conference on Literature, Visual Arts, and/or Cinema, sponsored by the State University of West Georgia, 2002. Conference Theme: Chaos & Order in literature and the arts.

Presented paper on poet Ezra Pound at the 15th Annual International Conference on Literature, Visual Arts, and/or Cinema, sponsored by the State University of West Georgia, 2000. Conference Theme: Madness & Bliss in literature and the arts.

Presented paper on distance education at the Two-Year College English Association Conference-Southeast, Savannah, Georgia, 2000.

 
Interests:
Poetry, Creative Writing, Linguistics,
Digital composition
 
Other Information:
Active membership in professional and scientific societies:

•Member, American Association of University Professors, 2006-2010;
*Member, South Atlantic Modern Language Association
•Member, National Council of Teachers Of English, 2002-Present



OFFICE HOURS
Office Hours: M, 9:00-2:00 (in class 10:30-11:30); W, 9:00-2:00 (in class 10:30-11:30); F, 9-1---By appointment is advisable. Hours are subject to change.

I meet students at Cato Campus.

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****During the summer, I do not work full time. Thus, I am unavailable to advise June-July.
 

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My Internet Links

National Council of Teachers of English

South Atlantic Modern Language Association

The Two-Year College English Association-Southeast