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English educator

Debrah Raschke, English educator. Member Allied Organization of Modern Language Association, Margaret Atwood Society (executive officer, Modern Language Association liaison), Doris Lessing Society (vice president).

Background

Raschke, Debrah was born on August 20, 1952.

Education

Bachelor, Colorado State University, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, University Massachusetts, 1991.

Career

Instructor Virginia Commonwealth University, 1988-1992, visiting assistant professor, 1992-1994, College William & Mary, 1995, 96-97. Assistant professor English Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, 1997—2000, director graduate studies in English, since 1999, associate professor, since 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Literature Interpretation Theory, Colby Quarterly, European Studies and Journals, The Comparatist, Studies in Contemporary Satire, Cineaste. Author (with others): Queer & Forster, 1997, Virginia Woolf and Her Influences, 1998, Spiritual Exploration In the Works of Doris Lessing, 1999. Contributor essay collection to University Chicago Press, Pace University Press, Greenwood Press, Peter Lang Press.

Membership

Member Allied Organization of Modern Language Association, Margaret Atwood Society (executive officer, Modern Language Association liaison), Doris Lessing Society (vice president).