Graduate Teaching Associate
Anne Breyer is a doctoral student with a concentration in Medieval literature.
- Anglo-Saxon Language and Literature
- Middle English Literature
- Renaissance Literature
- M.A. English Literature, University of Missouri, St. Louis, 2014
- A.A. Communication Arts-Foreign Languages, French and German, Meramec Community College, 2012
- B.A. Theatre Arts, St. Louis University, 1982
- Assignment Guidelines -- Appendix B, "Sample Qualitative Research Paper." Rhetoric of Inquiry, 4th Ed. Eds. Kirsten Benson, Jeff Moody, and Robin Nicks. Boston/New York: Bedford Martin, 2016,. 411
- Contributor to "Some Current Publications." Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 39:1-2 (Fall 2015): 205-225.
- Graduate Teaching Associate, 2014-19
- Editorial Assistant, Restoration Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700, 2015-2016
- First Year Composition Mentor, University of Tennessee, 2015-2016
- Tutor for First Year Composition /Writing Center Tutor, University of Missouri, St. Louis, 2013-2014
Awards, Honors & Grants
- Richard Beale Davis Editorial Research Assistantship, 2015-2016
- Chancellor's Fellowship, University of Tennessee, 2014-2019
- John C Hodges Fellowship for New Graduate Students, University of Tennessee, 2014-2015
- A2S Tutoring Grant for First Year Composition, University of Missouri, St. Louis, 2013-2014
- E. Lynn and Connie Suydam Endowed Scholarship, St. Louis Community College, Fall 2010.
- National Merit Scholarship, St. Louis University, 1975.
Associations & Organizations
- Sigma Tau Delta -- Alpha Beta Alpha Chapter, University of Missouri, St. Louis, May 2014
- Phi Theta Kappa -- Xi Lamda Chapter, St. Louis Community College, Meramec, April 2010
- "The Clerk's School for Aristocratic Wives: Grisilde's Failure as a Public Figure." "Models: Building and Breaking" session, Second Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, St. Louis University, June, 2014
- "A New Century, A New Salvation," a comparative study of George Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan and Bertold Brecht's Die heilige Johnanna der Schlachthofe. Saint Louis Community College Honors Symposium. Fall 2010.