James C. McGillivray
Business Law I
Ph.D. Western Michigan University, Department of English, May 2013
B.A. Grand Valley State University, Michigan, English and Spanish, May 2003
Northwest Missouri State University (2013-present)
Western Michigan University (2003–2007; Graduate Teaching Assistant)
Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Michigan (2005, Adjunct Instructor)
In progress: Shakespeare and the Shaping of Schools, 1607-1900: The Bard’s Historical Role in Shaking up American Education. Anticipated publication in 2020; book proposal draft included in binder.
“‘It is Worth the Listening To’: The Phonograph and the Teaching of Shakespeare in Early Twentieth-Century America.” In Broadcast your Shakespeare: Continuity and Change Across Media. Ed. Stephen O’Neill. Bloomsbury: London, 2018. 123-40.
“United States College Literary Society Shakespearean Afterlives in the Nineteenth Century: James Cadman and the Kalamazoo College’s Sherwood Rhetorical Society.” Acta Jassyensia Comparationis. Special Edition (2017): 53-59.
“As Palpable As This Which Now I Draw: Getting Graphic with Macbeth.” Language Arts Journal of Michigan (2013): 10-15.
“Blending the Bard: Using Canvas to Flip a Shakespeare Class.” Contribution to workshop, “Teaching Shakespeare Online,” Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Washington DC, upcoming in April 2019.