Mark James Morreale

Senior Lecturer of English


Mark James Morreale, a Senior Lecturer in the English Department and Marist History alumnus (class of ’77), began teaching at Marist as an adjunct in the fall of 1984 and has been teaching full-time in the English Department for the last 20-plus years, including stints as Writing Center Director, and a six-year term as department chair.  He has taught a variety of writing and literature courses, including Capping, Research Methods, Western Classics I and II, Eighteenth-Century England and the Colonies, Victorian Literature, The Rise of the Novel, Creative Writing, Literature and Gender, as well as First-Year Seminars entitled Gender in Crisis: The American Civil War, and From Uncle Tom to Jim Crow: Race, Gender, Slavery and the American Civil War.  Mark has published several articles on pedagogy, Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British literature, and the American Civil War, including performing in a variety of venues as a living historian on the Civil War.  His presentations also reflect the diversity of these interests.


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School of Liberal Arts


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