Angela Bullard, PhDAssociate Professor, English
Unit: English, College of Humanities and Sciences, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Teaching & Education
You will learn with me when taking courses in literature and composition.
BA, California State University
MA, California State University
PhD, Texas Christian University
My experience includes teaching at Texas Christian University and the University of Wisconsin Colleges, and now at North Greenville University.
“Tempering the Intemperate in Spenser’s Bower of Bliss.” Spenser Studies, vol. 31, 2016, pp. 165-85.
“Love-Melancholy and Creative Inspiration in Mary Wroth’s Pamphilia to Amphilanthus.” Sidney Journal, vol. 33, no. 2, 2015, pp. 81-102.
“Teaching Literature through Film.” The Facts On File Guide to Literary Research: Teacher’s Edition, Facts On File, 2017. Bloom’s Literature.
2014- Grant for Professional Development for Core English Skills Instructors: Using Research-Based Teaching Strategies to Improve Student Retention and Academic Success
2009 – Ida Green Fellowship
2009 – The William L. Adams Center for Writing Prize for the Best Essay about Rhetoric and Composition, “Photojournalism in Civic Discourse: Silencing Through Photography”
2009 – The Australia Tarver Award for Critical Essay, First Prize: “Exploring Ideological Difference Through Silence and Violence”
2006 – Ida Green fellowship
1989 – Received the Graduate School Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, Emory University
I received my doctorate from Texas Christian University with a specialization in Renaissance literature and a Certificate in Women’s Studies. I received my M.A. in English Composition with a Concentration in Literature at California State University. Prior to NGU, I taught at the University of Wisconsin Colleges, Texas Christian University, California State University, a Christian middle- and high school in California, and Upward Bound. I published articles on Edmund Spenser, Mary Wroth, and William Shakespeare. My latest academic passion is reading the works of outspoken Christian women in the Protestant Reformation. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my husband of almost 25 years and my two sons, Christian and Corbin.
Favorite Course to Teach: Women’s literature because students often do not realize until they take this course how influential women were in the service of Christianity.