Tuesday and Thursday, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
Kelly M. Cresap, Ph.D., is an instructor at the University of Maryland’s Professional Writing Program, as well as an author, storyteller, workshop leader, and former NPR commentator. He frequently leads workshops on active learning and the kinetic classroom. He earned his English doctorate at the University of Virginia, and coordinated the first Smithsonian conference on storytelling for personal transformation. He has presented workshops at the Pentagon, NASA-Goddard, the Smithsonian Institute, Montgomery College’s Mental Health Department, and as a guest faculty at the National Speakers Association University. His blog postings on the John Fowles novel Daniel Martin appear at fowlesbooks.com/forum.
Pop Trickster Fool: Warhol Performs Naivete (U. Illinois Press, 2004)
“The World-Making Capacity of John Fowles’s Daniel Martin.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 55:2 (Summer 2013): 159-183. Print.
University of Maryland
Department of English, 2119 Tawes Hall, College Park, MD 20742