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|Fall 2012: ENGL394 1101 1302|
|Spring 2012: ENGL394 1102 1302|
|Fall 2011: ENGL394 1103 1302|
|Spring 2011: ENGL394 1103 1302|
|Fall 2010: ENGL394 1101 1301|
|Spring 2010: ENGL394 1102 1302|
Fall 2009: ENGL394 1102
|Spring 2009: ENGL 394 1102 1201|
|Fall 2008: ENGL 394 1101 1201|
Throughout her long career as a writer, educator, and editor, Clare Parsons has been fascinated by languages and global cultures. In 1986, Dr. Parsons began her doctoral studies in comparative literature at Harvard, choosing a concentration in European literary and cultural history. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the experience of urban public space in art and literature. She completed her doctoral research in France, where she lived for 8 years in Paris, Dijon, and Aix-en-Provence. During this time, Dr. Parsons held positions at French universities and grandes écoles teaching English grammar, translation, as well as rhetoric and textual analysis.
After spending two years as an assistant professor of Modern Languages at Muskingum College, Dr. Parsons left academe to work as a researcher, consultant, and editor in Washington, DC. Special research interests include issues related to distance learning and cyber-administration. Dr. Parsons currently also teaches English Composition and Business Writing at Strayer and the University of Phoenix Online. [Rev. 9/2011]