St. Cloud State University


Judy Dorn
Professor, Department of English


Table of Contents:

  • Contact information
  • Resources for students
  • Course materials for current term: Engl 490, 402/502, 191
  • Link to this instructor's complete course offerings
  • Policies: grading, attendance, professional standards
  • Projects (External review, etc.)
  • Affiliations/Organizations

Contact information

Office Hours

English Department building B51, office 255

To reach me, look for Riverview, SCSU's landmark building, with its white cupola hovering above the Mississippi River. The English Department has moved to the former Business Building, across the H parking lot from Riverview. If you are coming from the Atwood Student Center, the English building is located behind Stewart Hall, so enter Stewart and look for the doorway just past the elevators, which will take you to the courtyard behind Stewart, where you can see our new building.

  • Office hours for Fall 2012 and Spring 2013:
  • I am on sabbatical leave this year, but am open to make appointments with graduate students, Humanities majors, and past students needing recommendations or special advising.

    Telephone

    • My office: (320) 308-5432
    • English department: (320) 308-3061
    • Fax: 320.308.5524

    Mail

    To practice your democratic citizenship:

  • Where to go to vote--precinct information: http://www.co.stearns.mn.us/    First click on the yellow elections bar and proceed to "Find Your Polling Place."
  • State of Minnesota-- legislature: Allows you to look up your State Representatives and State Senators by city, and to send e-mail letters directly to them.
  • To contact your Representatives and Senators to the U.S. Congress, go to the House of Representatives or to the U.S. Senate. Most have e-mail links, although you need to get to the Senators' personal pages to find those (links are available at this site).  
  • The Congressional Budget Office: Complete National Budget Overview At this site, go to "Current Budget Projections" for an extremely current overview, packaged any way you like.
  • Here is a copy of the U.S. Constitution, in case you wanted to know your rights.
  • United Nations Universal Declaration on Human Rights, go to the United Nations Scholars' Workstation Home Page : http://www.library.yale.edu/un/index.html
    This link connects you to an enormous number of resources in international affairs. Look for the search engine and type in the term "Human Rights," and you will find links to the document itself.
  • The World Factbook - great collection of data on all countries in the world, from the C.I.A. webpage. The CIA webpage also lists all leaders worldwide under cia/publications/chiefs
  • Minnesota legal aid - resources for your legal issues: http://lawhelpmn.org/ 
  • Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting - media watchdog organization
  • To examine our local environmental conditions, access www.scorecard.org
  • Google Earth: http://earth.google.com/

    Links to favorite webpages


    Courses

    ENGL 490: Senior Seminar - "Magic Realism"

    ENGL 402/502: Literary Criticism and Theory

    Qualifying for graduate credit in this course - English 502

    What FAVORITE BOOKS would you recommend to your classmates?  

    ENGLISH 191: Introduction to Analytical and Research Writing in the Humanities

    Course topic: Writing about the 1960s

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