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English Program

Dr. Robert Kibler

Chair, Division of Humanities, Literature and Language, Professor of English

Office: 149 W Hartnett Hall
Phone: 701-858-3876
- Personal Website

BA, MA: University of Maryland at College Park
PhD: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

Courses Taught:
English 110 & 120 (Composition 1 and 2)
Engl 251, British Lit I
Engl 252 British Lit II
Engl 303 History of the English Lang
Engl 355 Age of Shakespeare
Engl 241 Early World Lit
Eng 242 World Lit
Engl 351 British Novel I
Engl 352 British Novel II
Engl 354 Studies in British Poetry
Engl 435 Major Writers
Eng 515 Professional Issues and Methods
Engl 526 Practical Approaches to Teaching Writing
Engl 536 Enriching Reading I Content Area
Humanities 251, 252, 253, all literature, art, and music of the West
Humanities 254, literature, music, and art of China
Hum 296 and 496 Study Abroad
Special interest in teaching Dante, Milton, and international literatures.

More about Dr. Kibler:
Dr. Kibler believes that literature and the humanities are the wellspring of all that which we consider rich and beautiful and important in the human condition, so he seeks to inspire students to this same belief, while helping them to acquire the knowledge base and the intellectual habit of mind necessary for advanced study. He also knows that those with the ability to write well and to analyze the texts of others to good effect become empowered through those actions, so he is committed to helping students strengthen their talents in these ways. The pen (or word processor), after all, is mightier than the sword. For more info, see his web page.