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English language educator

Gina Diane Peterman, American English language educator. Member American Culture Association of the South, Eudora Welty Society, Philological Association of Carolinas, Society for Study of Southern Literature, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Phi Kappa Phi, Omega Rho Alpha.

Background

Peterman, Gina Diane was born on August 30, 1957 in Harriman, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of James Stanley and Ann (Adkins) Peterman.

Education

Bachelor in French cum laude, Tennessee Technology University, 1979. Master of Arts in English, Tennessee Technology University, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in 20th Century American Literature, University South Carolina, 1992.

Career

Teacher Gallatin (Tennessee) Public Schools, 1980-1981. Graduate teaching assistant Tennessee Technology University, Cookeville, 1981-1984. Instructor English Abilene (Texas) Christian University, 1984-1987.

Graduate teaching assistant University South Carolina, 1987-1989. Copy editor Bruccoli Clark Layman Public, 1990. Assistant editor Bibliography of America Fiction: 1919-1988, 1991.

Editorial assistant department English University South Carolina, 1988-1991. Associate professor English Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina, since 1992. Conductor writing workshops.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Culture Association of the South, Eudora Welty Society, Philological Association of Carolinas, Society for Study of Southern Literature, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Phi Kappa Phi, Omega Rho Alpha.

Connections

father:
James Stanley Peterman

mother:
Ann (Adkins) Peterman