Dr. Laura Dubek

Dr. Laura Dubek


Member, Honors Faculty, Graduate Faculty

Ph.D. (2001), University of Iowa; MA (1993), University of Nebraska, Omaha; BA (1990), University of Nebraska, Omaha; First Year at MTSU: 2002

Office: PH 324; Phone/Voice Mail: 904-8156

Dr. Dubek joined the faculty in 2002 and was tenured in 2006. She teaches required courses in literary study, sophomore literature, and freshman writing; survey courses in African American, Southern, Multicultural, and Black Women's literature; and graduate courses in major African American writers. She also teaches in the Great Books Program for Middle Tennessee prisons. Dr. Dubek's literary criticism has appeared in African American Review, MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Southern Literary Journal, and Mississippi Quarterly. In 2009, Dr. Dubek was appointed Director of Lower Division. She represents the English department on the Faculty Senate and serves on the University Committee for General Education. When she's not in her office, you might find her walking her dog Layla along Middle Tennessee Boulevard.


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