Dr. Colin Marlaire is an assistant professor in the Arts and Humanities Department at National University in San Diego California and has also been the Online Coordinator for National’s College of Letters and Sciences since 2005. He teaches courses in the English Masters program… Critical Theory, authors and works of the English Romantic and Victorian periods, and Hypermedia. He received his Ph. D. in English from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His research focuses on two areas: one, the evolution of the novel both within and without European civilizations is connected to his teaching, the other, changes in classroom, student, and professor in an elearning environment, stems from his experience overseeing a School as it moves ever farther into online education. He has presented at many conferences such as those held by WASC, The International Charles Dickens Society, Western Organization of Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies, and the International Romantics Organization.
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