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Angela Bullard, PhD

Associate Professor of English
Unit: English
Location: Tigerville, SC

  • Teaching & Education

    You will learn with me when taking courses in literature and composition. 


    B.A., California State University

    M.A., California State University

    Ph.D., Texas Christian University 

  • Professional Experience

    My experience includes teaching at Texas Christian University and the University of Wisconsin Colleges, and now at North Greenville University.

  • Articles Published

    “Tempering the Intemperate in Spenser’s Bower of Bliss.” Spenser Studies, vol. 31, 2016, pp. 165-85.

    “Love-Melancholy and Creative Inspiration in Mary Wroth’s Pamphilia to Amphilanthus.” Sidney Journal, vol. 33, no. 2, 2015, pp. 81-102.

    “Teaching Literature through Film.” The Facts On File Guide to Literary Research: Teacher’s Edition, Facts On File, 2017. Bloom’s Literature.

  • Awards Received

    2014- Grant for Professional Development for Core English Skills Instructors: Using Research-Based Teaching Strategies to Improve Student Retention and Academic Success

    2009 – Ida Green Fellowship

    2009 – The William L. Adams Center for Writing Prize for the Best Essay about Rhetoric and Composition, “Photojournalism in Civic Discourse: Silencing Through Photography”

    2009 – The Australia Tarver Award for Critical Essay, First Prize: “Exploring Ideological Difference Through Silence and Violence”

    2006 – Ida Green fellowship

    1989 – Received the Graduate School Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, Emory University

  • My Story

    I received my doctorate from Texas Christian University with a specialization in Renaissance literature and a Certificate in Women’s Studies. I received my M.A. in English Composition with a Concentration in Literature at California State University. Prior to NGU, I taught at the University of Wisconsin Colleges, Texas Christian University, California State University, a Christian middle- and high school in California, and Upward Bound. I published articles on Edmund Spenser, Mary Wroth, and William Shakespeare. My latest academic passion is reading the works of outspoken Christian women in the Protestant Reformation. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my husband of almost 25 years and my two sons, Christian and Corbin. 

    Favorite Course to Teach: Women’s literature because students often do not realize until they take this course how influential women were in the service of Christianity. 

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