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Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences
Department of English

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Gabrielle Freeman
Teaching Instructor

Office: Bate 2120
Phone: 252-328-6695

Gabrielle Freeman's poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Clockhouse Review, Chagrin River Review, The Emerson Review, The Germ, MiPOesias, Mixitini Matrix, Poetry in Plain Sight, Red Rock Review, and Shenandoah. She was the 2013 recipient of the Mary Belle Campbell scholarship for poets who teach from the North Carolina Writers' Network. She has taught high school, community college, and university English since 1993.  While poetry, writing, and American Literature are her specialties, she enjoys reading, researching, and teaching in many areas.  Her major area of interest is in exploring identity theory.


B.A. University of San Diego
M.A. East Carolina University
M.F.A. Converse College

Primary Areas of Research/Teaching
American Literature
Creative writing: poetry
Identity Theory
Multicultural Literature

Courses Taught
2200: Major American Writers
1100: Composition I
1200: Composition II