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English language and literature educator

Catherine Lynn Hobbs, American English language and literature educator. National Endowment for Humanities fellow, 1990, 93. Member American Association of University Women, Modern Language Association, American Society Eighteenth Century Studies, International Society History of Rhetoric, National Council Teachers of English, Rhetoric Society American, Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Hobbs, Catherine Lynn was born on February 13, 1951 in Guymon, Oklahoma, United States. Daughter of Dan Stewart and Betty Jean (Ray) Hobbs.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism, University Oklahoma, 1973. Master of Arts in Modern Letters, University Tulsa, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy in English, Purdue University, 1989.

Career

Instructor, Rogers State College, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1983-1984; visiting lecturer communications, U. Tulsa, 1984-1985; teaching assistant English department, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1985-1989; assistant Professor of English, Illinois State University, Normal, 1989-1992; assistant Professor of English Department, University Oklahoma, Norman, 1992-1995; associate professor, U. Oklahoma, Norman, since 1995. Member board H-Rhetor History of Rhetoric discussion group, since 1993.

Membership

Member American Association of University Women, Modern Language Association, American Society Eighteenth Century Studies, International Society History of Rhetoric, National Council Teachers of English, Rhetoric Society American, Phi Kappa Phi.

Connections

Daughter of Dan Stewart and Betty Jean (Ray) H. m. Cecil L. Peaden, March 23, 1975 (divorced February 15, 1994).

father:
Dan Stewart Peaden

mother:
Betty Jean (Ray) H. Married Cecil L. Peaden

spouse:
Cecil L. Peaden