Carrie Duke

Carrie Duke

Lecturer in English

Phone: 260.422.5561, ext. 3476

Email: CXDuke01@indianatech.edu

Office: Snyder Academic Center, Room 262


Office Hours:

MW: 8:00-9:00, 12:00-1:00
TR: 8:00-9:30
F: 8:00-9:00

Appointments Available upon Request


Class Information

ENG 1100: Introduction to College Writing
ENG 1250: English Composition
HUM 3310: Interpretation of Fiction


College/School

College of Arts and Sciences


Academic Degrees

Ph.D., English, Ball State University (2017)
Masters, English, Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne (2007)
Bachelor’s, English, University of Saint Francis (2000)


Professional Experience

Ball State University, Doctoral Assistant in the Learning Center


Selected Publications/Presentations

Publications:

“Recovering John Muir’s Wild Gardens.” Writing the Environment in Nineteenth-Century American Literature, edited by Steven Petersheim and Madison Jones, Lexington, 2015.

“Narrative Nostalgia and Embodied Gender Inversion in My Ántonia.” Willa Cather Newsletter and Review, vol. 56, no. 3, 2013.

Presentations:

“The Ecology of African American Conjure Gardens.” Midwestern Conference on Literature, Language, and Media. NIU, Dekalb, IL 2018

“Restoring Our Students’ Neural Resources.” Fort Wayne Teaching Conference. Fort Wayne, IN 2018

“Cultivating Subversive Plots: Sharing Spiritual Kinship in Native American Women’s Gardens.” Eleventh Native American Symposium. Durant, OK 2015

“Re-imagining the Unimagined through the Space of the Garden: Karen Tei Yamashita’s Tropic of Orange and Leslie Marmon Silko’s Gardens in the Dunes.” MMLA. Detroit, MI 2014

“John Muir’s Wild Gardens.” SAMLA. Atlanta, GA 2014

“Commodification in Oroonoko.” Early Atlantic Reading Group Colloquium. Purdue, 2013

“Consuming Gender: The House of Mirth.” Purdue University Graduate Student Symposium. 2013

“Thoreau and the Tactics of Poverty.” Practical Criticism Midwest. Ball State, 2013

“’The Waste Land’ in Dialogue with Parallax.” SAMLA. Durham, NC 2012

“Reassessing the Shadow of Nature: Feminist Responses to Walden.” PAMLA. Seattle, WA 2012

“Figures in the Flood: Finding a Human Nature from Walden to Housekeeping.” International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture. Malibu, CA 2012

“Marilynne Robinson’s Ecocritical Discourse.” John Burroughs Conference. Oneonta, NY 2012

“Repercussions of Commodified Genre: Barry Lopez’s River Notes.” Conference on the Sowell Family Collection. Texas Tech, 2012

“Reconfigured Bodies in My Ántonia.” The 38th Interdisciplinary Symposium by The Center of Great Plains Studies. Lincoln, NE 2012


Additional Information

NIU Founders’ Award for Best Conference Proposal, 2018
Nomination for Alumni Association Distinguished Dissertation, 2017-2018
Certificate of Achievement, Ball State University, 2013-2016