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Hello Current and Prospective Honors Students! My name is Emily Hill and I work as an Honors Program Lecturer. My academic background is from the University of North Dakota (English and Honors Bachelors of Arts and Political Science Minor 2008; English Masters of Arts 2011). Although I am a new lecturer to the program as of August 2013, I have a long history with Honors. I was a member of the program throughout my undergraduate career as well as served as an Honors Resident Assistant in Johnstone/Fulton Hall (2005-2008) and a student member of the Honors Program Committee (2007-2008).
Some of my academic interests include: composition and rhetoric studies, creative fiction/nonfiction writing, modern and postmodern American literature, medieval women's literature, film, politics, music, religion and women, and feminist theory. Along with my teaching commitments, I also assist the Honors Program with student advisement, prospective student recruitment, student orientation, co-advise the Honors Program Student Organization (HPSO) and advise the Honors Forum (our student literary publication).
Honors Program Lecturer
Grand Forks Master Chorale: Executive Director and Choir Member
Courses Developed and Taught:
Honors 102: "The American Experience"
English 110: "Reading Culture", "Politics and Propaganda"
English 120: "Academic Writing: Politics and Propaganda", "Academic Writing: Fame Junkies"
English 125: "Business and Technical Writing"
English 225: "Introduction to Film: The American Musical"
English 227: "Introduction to Fiction: Romance Revisited"
Feature article on the UND Concert Choir in the Arts and Sciences Alumni Magazine (Summer 2013)
Masters Portfolio: "An Exploration of Women's Influence in the Roman Catholic Church: A Medieval and Modern Perspective" (2011)
Co-authored an entry in SAGE Publications: "Roman Catholic Priesthood" (2011)
Honors Undergraduate Thesis: "Not Made of the Right Matter: The Ordination of Women into the Roman Catholic Church Priesthood" (2008)
Dakota Student Opinion Columnist (2008-2011)
Published in The Forum (Honors Program Literary Journal, 2007 & 2008)
"St. Juliana and her Quest for Corpus Christi", UND Graduate Scholarly Forum, Spring 2010
"St. Juliana and her Quest for Corpus Christi", Manitoba Linguistic Circle Conference, Fall 2009
Emily D. Hill
UND Honors Program Faculty
370 Oxford, Stop 7187
Grand Forks, ND 58202-7187
Robertson/Sayre Hall, Room 12
Grand Forks Master Chorale