ENG 212 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG 220 British Literature I
ENG 321 British Literature: Medieval Literature
ENG 340 Studies in Drama
ENG 495 Language and Literature (Capstone)
ENG 651 Literary Period Seminar
My research interests include: medieval religious literature, medieval romance (the Arthurian tradition), literature and law, feminist theory, contemporary British and American drama.
Review of Rhiannon Purdie, Anglicising Romance: Tail-Rhyme and Genre in Medieval English Literature. (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer), 2008. Encomia: Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Courtly Literature Society 31 (2009): 56-58.
Pace, Diana G., Laurie A. Witucki, and Kathleen Blumreich. “Benefiting Female Students in Science, Math, and Engineering: The Nuts and Bolts of Establishing a WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Learning Community.” NASPA Journal 45.3 (2008): 373-383.
Review of Helen Cooney, ed. Writings on Love in the English Middle Ages. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan), 2006. Encomia: Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Courtly Literature Society 28 (2006): 35-36. [Issue appeared in print 2008.]
Witucki, Laurie A, Diana G. Pace, and Kathleen Blumreich. “Benefiting Female Students in Science, Math, and Engineering: Establishing a WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Learning Community.” Journal about Women in Higher Education 1 (2008), 227-229.
Harte, Meghan, Diana G. Pace, Kathleen Blumreich, and H. Bart Merkle. “Reflection on Multicultural Issues in Student Affairs Committee Work.” Michigan Journal of College Student Development 12.1 (Fall/Winter 2006): 32-37.
Pace, Diana G., H. Bart Merkle, and Kathleen Blumreich. “Increasing Collaboration between Student and Academic Affairs: Application of the Intergroup Dialogue Model.” NASPA Journal 43.2 (2006): 301-315.;
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Michigan State University