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Scott Pollard


Scott Pollard

Professor

McMurran Hall 229
(757) 594-7953
spollard@cnu.edu

Education

  • Ph D in Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine
  • MA in Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine
  • BA in English, Santa Clara University

Teaching

Although initially trained as a comparatist in modern Latin American literature, at CNU I have continued to expand my teaching interests (world literature in general, Asian literatures, Middle Eastern literatures, Don Quixote). Because of my training at UC Irvine, I also teach literary theory.

Research

World Literature, Translation, Latin American Literature, Food Studies, Food in Literature, Food in Children's Literature, Don Quixote.

Biography

Born, raised and educated in California, I came east to CNU and the English Department in 1992. Since then, I have filled various roles as teacher, scholar, and colleague.

  • Book, Scholarly-New
    Tablelands: Food in Children's Literature. The University Press of Mississippi.
  • Book Review
    (2018 ). Margaret Mackey, One Child Reading: My Auto-Bibliography. Children's Literature.
  • Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
    (2018 ). Utilizing Food Studies with Children's Literature and its Scholarship: Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House Books as Case Study. Cambridge UP.
  • Book, Scholarly-Revised
    (2017 ). The Spanish Knight Among the Soviet People: Dramatic Re-accentuations of Don Quixote as a Doomed Performer; You do not have access to modify this field.The Spanish Knight Among the Soviet People: Dramatic Re-accentuations of Don Quixote as a Doomed Performer. Bucknell University Press. Pages, pp. 221-36..
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2016 ). Privilege and Exploitation: Food as Dual Signifier in Pamela Muñoz Ryan’s "Esperanza Rising". The Lion and the Unicorn. Pages, 280-299.
  • Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
    The Spanish Knight Among the Soviet People: Dramatic Re-accentuations of Don Quixote as a Doomed Performer.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2014 ). Gazing Forward, Not Looking Back: Comfort Food without Nostalgia in the Novels of Polly Horvath. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Culture. Volume, 6. Issue, 1. Pages, 56-76.
  • Book, Scholarly-New
    (2014 ). Don Kikhot: A Dramatic Adaptation. Modern Language Association. Volume, 1. Issue, 1. Pages, 132.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2012 ). The Key Is in the Mouth: Food and Orality in Coraline. Children's Literature. Volume, 40. Pages, 1-27.
  • Book, Scholarly-Revised
    (2011 ). Critical Approaches to Food in Children's Literature. Routledge. Pages, 300.

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