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Brenda S Wright

English
wrighbre@msudenver.edu
CAMPUS BOX 032
KC453
303-556-3211

Vita File


Personal Biography Statement

Hi, I'm Brenda Wright, and I've been teaching and tutoring at Metro State for over twenty years. I'm a Denver native who went to East High and then on to the University of Colorado at Boulder. I did my graduate work in English and philosophy at CU Denver. I've been at the Auraria campus for many years because I LOVE TEACHING not simply because I have to work. I love talking about ideas and language. Most of all, I love empowering students to speak, write, and think on a level they never thought possible. Students who want to become more articulate and who want to express themselves better enjoy working with me. I love to laugh. It's a must to have a sense of humor on this academic journey. I look forward to working with you soon!

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Professional Affiliations

Member of the Bronte Society.

Conference Participation

Attended 3-day Bronte Conference (August, 2009) at the University of York, (York, England) on "Men in the Lives of the Brontes."

Research Areas/Interests

Graduate thesis explored Objectivist philosophy in the poetry of Emily Bronte and Emily Dickinson. I love 19th century poetry. I would love to work with anyone who is composing/revising poetry as well as any other form of academic writing.

Educational Biography

I have taught English 1010 and 1020 for many years. I have also taught
Art & Craft of Writing; Advanced Composition; Myth, Symbol, & Allusion; Classical Mythology; Writing Tutor

Courses Taught

ENG-1010,ENG-1020,ENG-190G

Office Hours

Tuesday - [08:45 to 09:15]
Thursday - [  :   to   :  ]

Photo of Brenda S Wright

Current Semester Schedule

CRN COURSE TITLE DAYS TIME
32163 ENG-1010-034 Composing Arguments TR 0930-1045