Faculty and Staff
Mary Hjelm, Ph.D.
|Title:||Professor of English
901 Sumter Street, 604C
Dr. Hjelm holds a PhD in English from Washington State University and has been a member of the USC faculty since 2002. Her academic specialty is in Shakespearean Drama, particularly the comedies. She teaches in Palmetto Programs.
“Not Your Professor’s Hamlet.” London, UK. August 2015. Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies, January, 2016.
“Shakespeare Had a Plan.” Journal of the Georgia Philological Society. Volume 5: June 2015, 52-76.
“Review.”The Psychology of Social Class in the Fiction of Russell Banks, Denis Johnson, and Harry Crews" by David Buehrer.” Journal of the Georgia Philological Society. Volume 5: June 2015, 111.
With Chris Nesmith. “Teaching Democratic Citizenship: Theory versus Practice.” Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference Proceedings. 2011. http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/ijsotl/conference/proceedings/2011/papers.htm
With Ronald L. Baker. “Evaluating Individual Student Learning: Implications from Four Models of Assessment.” Learning Abstracts 4(3). In O’Banion, Terry, and Wilson, Cynthia D., eds. Focus on Learning: A Learning College Reader. Phoenix: League for Innovation in the Community College. 2011.
With Arthur H. Mitchell. Building on a Dream: The Salkehatchie Story, 1965-2006. University of South Carolina, 2006
With Gordon A. Crews and John Purvis. “The Emerging Problem of Preppie Gangs in America.” Handbook of Juvenile Justice: Theory and Practice, Eds. Barbara Sims and Pamela Preston. Marcel Dekker, Inc. 2006.
With Ronald L. Baker. “Evaluating Individual Student Learning: Implications from Four Models of Assessment.” Learning Abstracts 4(3): 2001. Cynthia D. Wilson, ed. League for Innovation in the Community College: Phoenix; 2010.
Review. “Life in Tudor Times: Films for the Humanities and Sciences.” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature. 55:1 (Spring 2001): 93-94.
Review. “Shakespeare’s Promises by William Kerrigan.” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature. 54:2 (Fall 2000): 101-103.
“Community Players Take on The Taming of the Shrew.” The Idaho Falls Chamber News. March 2000 3:2, 4.
Review. “The Art of Shakespeare's Sonnets by Helen Vendler." The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature. 53:1 (Spring 1999): 105-107.
“The Play’s The Thing: Recreation and Re-Creation Games in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew.” A British Studies Sampler: Selected Papers and Proceedings from the Northwest Conference on British Studies Silver Anniversary Meeting 1993, Richard D. Fulton, ed. Cannell Library, Clark College: Vancouver, WA; 149-164.
“TA’s in the Classroom.” The NAU Lumberjack. September 19, 1990, A2.