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Jason Faulkner
Teaching Instructor


Office: Erwin 318
Phone: 252-328-5177
E-mail:
faulknerj@ecu.edu

Jason Faulkner from Malvern, Pennsylvania, received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from East Carolina University. He received his undergraduate degree in Secondary English Education from East Carolina in May of 2006 and in May of 2008 Jason earned his master's degree in English with a concentration in American Literature. In 2005, spring semester, Jason was the recipient of the Thomas River's Scholarship to study abroad at Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester, England.

Degrees
B.A. East Carolina University
M.A. East Carolina University


Primary Areas of Research/Teaching
American Literature
Gender Studies in America
Film Studies

Courses Taught
1100: Composition I
1200: Composition II


Selected Publications and Presentations
Presentation, Monmouth University
October 2009
From the "Badlands" to "The Promised Land": How Past and Present America Has Affected the Lives of Springsteen's Characters

Presentation, University of Montreal – March 2007
“Cold Hearted Woman Killers – The Identity and the Breaking of Stereotypes of Women Killers in Films”

Presentation, University of Loyola-Marymount – March 2007
“The Heroism of Charlotte Von Mahlsdorf in Doug Wright’s “I Am My Own Wife”