Additional Faculty

Kate Gaudet
Affiliate Assistant Professor

Andrew Ntapalis
Adjunct Faculty, Modern Greek
319 Murkland Hall
Voice Mail: (603) 862-0558

B.A., University of New Hampshire, 2014
M.A., ibid., 2016

Ancient and Modern Greek political history, Modern Greek literature, Classical and Byzantine reception, Greek diglossia, and translation 

Courses Taught
GREK 403: Elementary Modern Greek I
GREK 404: Elementary Modern Greek II
GREK 505: Intermediate Modern Greek I
GREK 506: Intermediate Modern Greek II
GREK 635: Third Year Modern Greek I
GREK 636: Third Year Modern Greek II
GREK 795/796: Special Studies: Spoken Greek

Catherine Peebles
Affiliate Assistant Professor

Paula Salvio
Affiliate Faculty in Italian Studies
105A Morrill Hall

B.A., Fordham University, 1981
M.A., Wesleyan University, 1983
Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1989

Courses Taught
Curriculum Theory/Foundations of Education (Doctoral Level)
EDUC 991: Curriculum Theory I
EDUC 992: Curriculum Theory II
EDUC 985: Philosophy of Education
EDUC 905: Critical Inquiry in Educational Studies
EDUC 897: The Literature Review in Educational Research: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
EDUC 902: Doctoral Pro-Seminar
EDUC 897: Socio and Historical Studies on Adolescence in Education
EDUC 998: Readings in Psychoanalysis and Education

Literacy Studies (Undergraduate and Masters Level)
EDUC 7/833: Teaching Writing in the 21st Century
EDUC 7/806: Introduction to the Teaching of Reading and Writing
EDUC 907: Foundations of Literacy
EDUC 700: Education Structure and Change
EDUC 834: Children’s Literature
EDUC 500: Exploring Teaching

Curriculum theory and philosophy of education, teaching and learning in the context of transitional justice, public pedagogy and feminist theory, the impact of traumatic historical events on teaching and learning, aesthetic responses to war and conflict.

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