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English language and literature educator

Mary Libertin, American English language and literature educator.

Background

Libertin, Mary was born on August 31, 1951 in Warren, Ohio, United States. Daughter of George and Ruth Monica (Hiznay) Libertin.

Education

Bachelor in English, Youngstown State University, 1972. Master of Arts in English, Youngstown State University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy in Modern Letters, Tulsa University, 1982.

Career

Teacher English, Howland High School, Warren, Ohio., 1973-1978;lecturer English, U. Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1978-1983;lecturer English, Youngstown (Ohio) State University, 1983-1984;assistant Professor of English, Shippensburg (Pennsylvania) U., 1984-1989;associate Professor of English, Shippensburg (Pennsylvania) U., since 1990. Lecturer Encore Books, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, since 1994.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor journal Proteus, 1986, member editorial board, since 1985. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Leader women's studies discussion Pennsylvania Humanities Council, since 1986. Conference organizer Women's Consortium, Shippensburg, 1990. Member Gay Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, Boston, since 1990.

Advisory Gay and Lesbian Concerns, Shippensburg, since 1992. Consultant Young Women’s Christian Association, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, since 1993. Member Modern Language Association, National Women's Study Association, National Council Teachers English, Semiotic Society of America, Phi Kappa PHi, Kappa Delta Pi.

Connections

father:
George Libertin

mother:
Ruth Monica (Hiznay) Libertin