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English educator

Jay Russell Curlin, American English educator. Member Milton Society of America.

Background

Curlin, Jay Russell was born on October 3, 1960 in El Paso, Texas, United States. Son of James Howard Curlin and Mary Laverne Dodd.

Education

Bachelor, Ouachita Baptist University, 1983. Master of Arts, University Arkansas, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1993.

Career

Assistant professor English University Central Arkansas, Conway, 1990-1997, Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, Missouri, 1997-1998. Associate professor English Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, since 1998, chairman department English, 2000—2006, professor, since 2004. Book review editor Publications Arkansas Philological Association, Conway, 1994-1997.

Board readers Slant, Conway, since 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (essays) Arenas of Conflict, 1997 (Ireme Samuel award 1998), English Civil Wars in the Literary Imagination, 1999. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Religion

Baptism, an act of full immersion following Christ’s example, is undertaken by those spiritually mature enough to understand its profound, symbolic significance: resurrection to new life in Christ.

Politics

The separation of church and state has guaranteed the diversity of religious expressions and the freedom to worship God according to each person’s conscience. However, separation of church and state permit interaction.

Views

Every member of a Baptist Church should be delicate to other people and use appropriate language while communicating with others.

Membership

Member Milton Society of America.

Connections

Married Bonnie Dale Kesner, September 1, 1987. Children: Christopher, Adam, Jason, Gideon, Charity, Gabriel, Benjamin.

father:
James Howard Curlin

mother:
Mary Laverne Dodd

spouse:
Bonnie Dale Kesner

child:
Christopher Curlin

child:
Adam Curlin

child:
Jason Curlin

child:
Gideon Curlin

child:
Charity Curlin

child:
Gabriel Curlin

child:
Benjamin Curlin