Renee Cox

Renee Cox is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English and Humanities at Rogers State University.

Education

M.A., English
B.S., Secondary Education
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff,  AZ

Professional Experience

2013-Present, Assistant Professor
2005-2013, Instructor
Rogers State University, Claremore, OK
Humanities II, Composition II, Composition I, Basic Writing

2002-2005, Instructor
Maricopa Community College District, Phoenix, AZ
Composition II, Composition I

2001-2001, Instructor
1999, Instructor 
Mohave Community College District, Kingman, AZ
Theatre & the Western World, Composition II, Composition I, History of the United States I and II

Professional Affiliations

  • National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)

Highlights of Educations Training

  • Northern Arizona University:  Current Trends and Theories in the Teaching of English, Dimensions of Discourse, English Grammar, English Teaching Methods, NAWP Mini-Institute Writing Workshop, Evaluation of Learning, Communication in the Classroom.

Publications

“Got Myself a Soul? The Puzzling Treatment of the Soul in Buffy.” The Truth of Buffy: Essays on Fiction Illuminating Reality. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008.

Logical Fallacies and A Logical Fallacies Exercise. 7th edition of The Guide to College Writing, 2000.

Paper Presentations/Conferences

Pop Culture Conference, February 14, 2007 in Albuquerque, NM.  Paper and presentation: “Got Myself A Soul: The Illogical Treatment of the Soul in Buffy.”

Whedon Conference, May 28, 2006 in Barnesville, GA.  Paper and presentation: “Got Myself A Soul: The Puzzling Treatment of the Soul in Buffy.”