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Debra Pachucki, Adjunct, English

Debra Pachucki, M.A.

  • Adjunct

Department: English

Office: The Great Hall Annex 11

Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:30-2:30 p.m.; and by appointment.

Phone: 732-923-4548

Email: dpachuck@monmouth.edu


Education

M.A., Monmouth University

B.A., Monmouth University

Research Interests

Research interests include Post-Process Theory of Composition, Rhetoric and Cultism, British Interwar Literature, Gothic Literature, and Gender Studies.

Popular Articles

“Children Writing Sentences for Punishment.” Livestrong, 5 May 2013, https://www.livestrong.com/article/1006545-children-writing-sentences-punishment/.

“Higher Order Level Thinking Skills in Math Grade 5.” Classroom, 26 September 2017, https://classroom.synonym.com/higher-order-level-thinking-skills-math-grade-5-22217.html.

“How to Develop a Research Proposal.” Classroom, 7 July 2011,
https://classroom.synonym.com/develop-research-proposal-4485.html.

“How do Extracurricular Activities Enhance a Child’s Development?” The Bump, 17 October 2011, https://living.thebump.com/extracurricular-activities-enhance-childs-development-10075.html.

“Types of Critical Theories.” Pen & the Pad, 17 April 2017, https://penandthepad.com/types-critical-theories-8636695.html.

Presentations/Invited Talks

“Undressing the Female Plot: Women’s Corporeality in Vera Brittain’s Testament of Youth.” Presented in excerpted form at the Monmouth University Graduate School Spring Symposium, May 2010.

“From ‘Charisma’ to ‘Cultism’: The Rhetorical Dangers of Messianic Language as Symbolic Action.” Presented at the 7th Triennial Conference of the Kenneth Burke Society, June 30, 2008.

“From ‘Charisma’ to ‘Cultism’: The Rhetorical Dangers of Messianic Language as Symbolic Action.” Presented in excerpted form at the Monmouth University Graduate School Spring Symposium, April 11, 2008.

“From Corpses to Canon: Hawthorne, Death and the Collective Unconscious.” Presented at the 1st Annual Monmouth University Department of English Undergraduate Symposium on Nathaniel Hawthorne, December 2006.

Professional Associations

Lambda Sigma Tau

Kappa Delta Phi

Sigma Tau Delta

Awards

Recipient, Certificate of Distinction for graduate thesis.

Recipient, Fellowship Grant, awarded by Monmouth University Graduate School.

Summa Cum Laude Graduate, Monmouth University, 2007.

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • College Composition I – EN 101
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present – EN 202

2022 Spring

  • College Composition II – EN 102
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present – EN 202

2021 Fall

  • College Composition II – EN 102
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present – EN 202

2021 Spring

  • College Composition I – EN 101
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present – EN 202

2020 Fall

  • College Composition I – EN 101

2020 Spring

  • College Composition II – EN 102

2019 Fall

  • College Composition I – EN 101

Frequently Taught Classes

  • College Composition I (EN 101)
  • College Composition II (EN 102)
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present (EN 202)