Arts and Letters Faculty

Marie-Therese C. Sulit

Associate Professor of English
Director of the Honors Program
 

Degrees

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Master of Arts, English, Binghamton University, SUNY
Master of Arts in Teaching, Binghamton University, SUNY
Bachelor of Arts, Binghamton University, SUNY

Office: Aquinas Hall, Room 120-C
Office Hours: MWF 12-1pm; TTh 1-2pm
Phone: 845-569-3230
Email: marie-therese.sulit@msmc.edu

Courses

ENG 1020.05 Forms of Literature - MWF 10:10-11:05 am, Aquinas 307
ENG 4090.01 Literature for Young Adults - TH 9:35-11:00 am, Guzman 002
ENG 4070.01 Contemporary Literature - TH 11:10 am-12:35 pm, Guzman 002

Research Interests

Twentieth-century Asian-American Literature and Studies
Twentieth-century multicultural American literature
Twentieth-century American popular culture

Memberships and Professional Organizations

The Association for Asian American Studies
The American Studies Association
The Filipino American National Historical Society
The Mid-Hudson Association for Women in Higher Education
The Modern Language Association
The Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Publications

(Forthcoming) “9/11 and Islamophobia, 2001-2017.” 25 Events that Shaped Asian American History. ABC-CLIO. Tentative Publication Date: 2017.

“Merlinda Bobis: The Transnational Filipina Woman Warrior Between the Postcolonial Exotic and the Babaylan/Catalonan.” Transnationalism and the Asian American Heroine: Essays on Literature, Film, Myth and Media. Lan Dong, ed. North Carolina: McFarland Press, 2010.

“To Serve, Perchance to Learn: A Pedagogical Play in Four Acts.” [co-authored with Eric Daigre, Elizabeth Hutter, and Mitchell Ogden]. Community-Based Learning and Literary Matters. Danielson & Fallon, eds. Boston, Massachusetts: Anker Publishing, 2007.

“Through Our Pinay Writings: Narrating Trauma, Embodying Recovery.” Pinay Power: Peminist Critical Theory. Melinda de Jesús, ed. New York: Routledge Press, 2005.

“The Philippine Diaspora, Hunger and Re-Imagining Community.” National, Communal and Personal Voices in Asian America and the Asian Diaspora. Contributions to Asian American Literary Studies, a new series. Begoña Simal and Elisabetta Marino, eds. Berlin, Germany: LIT Verlag, 2005.

Encyclopedia Entries for the Following: “Anime/Manga” and “World War II.” The Asian American Society Encyclopedia. Association for Asian American Studies and Sage Publishing. 2016

Encyclopedia Entries for the Following: “Manuel Buaken,” “Carlos Bulosan,” “Jessica Hagedorn,” and “Filipino American Literature.” The Encyclopedia for Asian American Culture. ABC-CLIO. 2016.

Review of An Integrative Analysis Approach to Diversity in the College Classroom, edited by Matthew L. Ouellett. The National Teaching and Learning Forum. Volume 1. Issue 1. (2011): 2 pages. Web. 18 November 2011.

“M. Butterfly.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature. Guiyou Huang, ed. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2009. 671-673.

“Michael Ondaatje.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature. Guiyou Huang, ed. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2009. 789-794.

“To Serve, Perchance to Learn: A Pedagogical Play in Four Acts.” [co-authored with Eric Daigre, Elizabeth Hutter, and Mitchell Ogden]. Volume 6, Issue 3. October 2006. Pedagogy. Duke University Press: North Carolina.

“Theresa Hak Kyung Cha.” The Facts on File Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry. Facts on File, 2005.

“Carolyn Forché.” The Facts on File Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry. Facts on File, 2005.

“Li-Young Lee.” The Facts on File Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry. Facts on File, 2005.

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