Department of English

Douglas Bradburd

Part-time Assistant Professor of English

Contact Information

Office: Kennesaw Campus
English Building (EB 440), Room 155
Phone: 470-578-6297


Part-Time Assistant Professor of English

Teaching at Kennesaw State since 2016

Education: MFA: Writing (University of New Orleans), MA: Cross-Cultural Myth and Story (Vermont College/ Norwich University), MS: English Education, BA: English (Syracuse University). NEH/CBE Study Grants for W.B. Yeats, Myth & Archetype in Western Literature, and Chaos Theory in the Arts, Math and Science.

Specializations: Writing & Composition, World Literature, Poetry, Myth & Archetypes

Courses Regularly Taught: World Literature 2110, Composition 1101 & 1102

Most Recent or Most Important Publications: include poems and articles in, among others, The Berkshire Review, Wild Things: Domestic and Otherwise, Under Construction: The Role of the Arts and Humanities in Postmodern Schooling, and English Journal. Presentations: Something’s Rotten in Denmark; Turning the Contemplative Good Eye to Lesson Creation and Evaluation.

See also Mr. Bradburd’s primary website 


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