Department of English & Humanities
Dr. Mary Mackie
Baird Hall, Room 215S
Personal Web Page
Hillpost (Student Newspaper)
- Ph.D., English
University of Oklahoma, 2001
American and Native American Literature and Women’s Writing
Dissertation: The Art That Will Not Die: The Story-Telling of Greg Sarris and Thomas King
- B.A., Philosophy
University of Massachusetts, 1995
- M.A., Creative Writing and Literature
Rivier College, Nashua, NH,
- B.A., English
Russell Sage College, Troy, NY,
- Junior Year Abroad
Under the auspices of the British Studies Center in Canterbury
University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, England,
- 2013-Present, Professor
Associate Professor of Creative Writing and Literature
Department of Communications and Fine Arts
Rogers State University, Claremore, OK
Visiting Assistant Professor of English
University of Oklahoma
- Fiction Writing (Spring 2004, Fall 2005, Fall 2007)
- Poetry Writing (Spring 2004, Spring 2005)
- American Literature Colonial-1865 (Spring 2003, Spring 2006)
- Introduction to Literature (Spring 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2006, Summer 2007)
- American Literature Colonial-1865 (Fall 2002)
- Introduction to Creative Writing (Fall 02, Spring 04, Fall 04, Spring 05, Fall 05, Spring 06, Summer 07, Fall 07)
- Honors Composition 1 (Fall 2006, Fall 2007)
- American Literature 1865-Present (Spring 2002, Fall 2007)
- Introduction to Literature (Spring 2002, Spring 2006)
- Fiction (Fall 2001)
- Introduction to Literature (Fall 2001)
- Principles of Freshman Composition 1 (at least two sections per year since 1995)
- Principles of Freshman Composition 2 (at least two sections per year since 1995)
- American Literature: 1865-Present (Spring 2000)
- 1998-1999 Distance Learning
- Introduction to American Literature 1
- Introduction to American Literature 2
- Honors English (Fall 1998)
- College Writing I (six sections) (1993-1995)
- American Literature—19th and 20th century
- Creative Writing (fiction, non-fiction, poetry and autobiographical writing)
- African American literature
- Native American literature
- World literature and Literature in Translation
- Freshman Composition 1 & 2
- Writer-in-Residence. The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow. Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Eight week residency. 2007
- Writer-in-Residence. The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow. Eureka Springs, Arkansas. One week residency. 2006
- Writer-in-Residence. The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow. Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Seven week residency. 2005
- Writer-in-Residence. The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow. Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Five week residency. 2004
- Writer-in-Residence. The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow. Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Five week residency. 2003
Awards & Honors
- Faculty Senate-Sponsored Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching for the School of Liberal Arts. Rogers State University. 2007
- Nominated for Faculty Senate-Sponsored Faculty Teaching Award for the School of Liberal Arts. Rogers State University. 2006
- Most Inspiring Faculty Award: Awarded annually through the University of Oklahoma Athletic Department by a collective vote of the student athletes. 2002
- Most Inspiring Faculty Award: Awarded annually through the University of Oklahoma Athletic Department by a collective vote of the student athletes. 2000
- Nominated for Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award. Awarded annually by the University of Oklahoma’s Office of the Provost. 2000
- Dr. Edward Clark Memorial Scholarship Award. This $1400 award is given to one Graduate English major who has shown outstanding merit in scholarship and excellent teaching performance in English classes. 1999
- "Live at the Cellar Door: Richie Havens.” HeadButler. Edited by Jesse Kornbluth. November 8, 2005. http://www.headbutler.com/music/richie_havens.asp
- "The Outsider in Literature.” Midwest Quarterly. Forthcoming.
- Headnote. Thomas King. The Postmodern Bible Reader: Reading the Bible in the Postmodern World. Edited by Tina Pippin, David Jobling and Ronald Schleifer. New York: Blackwell. 2001.
- "Status, Mixedbloods, and Community in Thomas King’s Medicine River.” JAST: Journal of American Studies of Turkey. Number 8. Fall 1998. pp. 65-71. (Published in 2000)
- "Sara: Relaxed and Reflective.” The Sage. Volume 20 Number 1, Winter 1995. P 10.
- "Mothers and Daughters.” The Sage. Volume 19 Number 3, Fall 1994. pp. 18-19.
- "Visiting Scholar Bringing True ‘Female Experience’ to Sage: Carolyn Heilbrun.” The Sage Volume 19 Number 1, Winter 1993. pp 6-7.
- "across Paterson,” Roux Magazine, Forthcoming 2007.
- "Route 13,” "Beach Princess,” Windmill, Spring 1999.
- "smoke rings,” Windmill, Spring 1998.
- "Lines Written in Sleeplessness,” "Above Wasque,” Windmill, Winter 1996
- "Circular pathways,” Vermont Literary Review Spring/Summer, July 1995.
- "Mother,” "new trees,” and "Across Paterson,” Lowell Pearl Volume 4 Issue 1, Spring 1994.
- "To Autumn,” California Quarterly Volume 20 Number 3, Late Summer 1993.
- "Reach Out and Touch,” Lowell Pearl Volume 4 Issue 1, Spring 1994.
- "Tangled Up in Pink,” Metis Volume 1 Number 9, October 1992.