Donald P. Kaczvinsky 


Professor of English

Dean, College of Liberal Arts


Dr. Kaczvinsky

Director, School of Literature and Language, 2006--2011

Director, Honors Program
2000--2007

George E. Pankey eminent  Scholar  in English, 2008--Present


Louisiana Tech Foundation Professor, 2007

Education

 

Ph.D.  The Pennsylvania State University, English, 1989
 
M.A.  University of Virginia, English, 1984
 B.A.  Providence College, English, magna cum laude, 1982

Recent Publications

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Books:

 

Durrell and the City:  Collected Essays on Place. Madison, Teaneck:  Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2011.

 

Lawrence Durrell's Major Novels, or The Kingdom of the Imagination. Selinsgrove, PA:  SusquehannaUniversity Press, 1997.


Recent Articles:

 

"Introduction." In Durrell and the City:  Collected Essays on Place. ix-xxiv.

 

"'Where the Blue Algonquin Flows":  Durrell, New York,     and the American 'Spirit of Place.'" In Durrell and the City:  Collected Essays on Place. 157-70.

 

"From Alexandria With Love: Durrell, Fleming and the Novel of Espionage, or Durrell in Bondage.”   Deus Loci:  The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 12 (2010-2011):  18-37.

 

"Memlik's House and Mountolive’s Uniform:  Orientalism, Ornamentalism and The Alexandria Quartet." Contemporary Literature 48.1 (2007):  93-118.

 

"What is an Honors Student? A Noel-Levitz Survey" Journal of the National CollegiateHonors Council. 8.2 (2007): 87-95.




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Courses Taught

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 >>English 591:  Introduction to Literary Research and Bibliography
 >>English 583: Joyce
 
>>English 575: Modernism/Postmodernism (compressed video course with ULM)
 
>>English 583: Graduate Seminar--Postmodern British Fiction
 
>>English 583: Graduate Seminar--Yeats, Joyce, & Beckett
 
>>English 456: Contemporary British Literature
 
>>English 455: Modern British Literature
 
>>English 455: Twentieth-Century British Literature
 
>>English 412: Twentieth-Century British Novel
 
>>English 410:  The British Novel
 
>>English 414:  The Victorian Period
 
>>English 413:  The Romantic Period
 
>>Honors 203:  Foundations of Modern Civilization
 
>>English/History 203: Foundations of Modern Civilization (Honors)
 
>>English 201:  Introduction to British Literature
 
>>English 101H and 102H: Honors Freshman English
 
>>English 102:  Freshman Composition--Writing on Literature
 
>>English 101:  Freshman Composition--Rhetoric and Composition

 

Contact Information:

Donald P. Kaczvinsky           Tel #: 257-4805

College of Liberal Arts

GT Madison 102                      Email: dkaczv@latech.edu

Louisiana Tech University

Ruston, LA 71272    

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