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1 Philip L. Simpson, PhD The PCA/ACA has proven to be a cherished home for many scholars of popular culture at all stages of their careers, including me. Beginning as a graduate doctoral student in 1994, I have attended and presented my scholarly work at the national Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference (PCA/ACA) every year since then. I have also been involved at the PCA/ACA national leadership level in one way or another every year since I have served the membership as Area Chair (in three different areas, 1997-present), member of the editorial board of the Journal of Popular Culture (2003-present), Member-at-Large on the PCA governing board ( ), PCA Vice President ( ), PCA President ( ), and most recently member of the Endowment Board (2011-present). I bring strong leadership experience and skills to all my leadership roles. As provost and chief campus academic officer at Eastern Florida State College in Titusville, Florida, I work congenially with staff and faculty in many diverse academic disciplines. I manage institutional budgets and resources under tight economic circumstances. With this leadership background, I seek to carry forward the principles embodied in the organization s mission since its founding by the Brownes. I will carry forward the leadership vision to reach an even broader audience of popular culture scholars through technology and leveraged partnerships with like-minded scholarly organizations. Finally, I will carry forward the principles of integrity, inclusiveness, open collaboration, and respect for all members viewpoints. Therefore, I hope you will consider me for the office of Vice-President/President Elect.

2 Philip Lockwood Simpson, Ph.D. Provost Eastern Florida State College, Titusville Campus 1311 North U.S. #1 Titusville, FL Office: (321) Education Ph.D., English, Southern Illinois University, 1996 Major Area of Concentration: Twentieth Century American Literature Minor Areas of Concentration: Nineteenth Century American Literature, Modern British Fiction Research Tools: Cinema Theory, French M.A., English, Eastern Illinois University, 1989 Major Area of Concentration: Modern American Literature B.A., English, Eastern Illinois University, 1986 Postdoctoral Education: European History 5249: The Holocaust. Florida State University Holocaust Institute for Educators. Turnbull Conference Center, Tallahassee, Florida. June 22-28, Administrative Service, Eastern Florida State College Provost, Titusville Campus, Eastern Florida State College (formerly Brevard Community College), July 2011-present Provost/Dean of Faculty, Brevard Community College, August 2010-June 2011 Associate Provost, Palm Bay Campus, Brevard Community College, January 2009-July 2010 Vice Provost Northern Region, Brevard Community College, Fall 2007-December 2008 Academic Dean of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts, and Social/Behavioral Sciences, Brevard Community College, Fall 2005-Summer 2007 Chair, Department of Communications, Humanities, and Preparatory Reading and Writing, Palm Bay Campus of Brevard Community College, Summer 2001-Summer 2005 Vice-President, Palm Bay Chapter of Florida Association of Community Colleges, Fall Fall 2000 Service to the Popular Culture Association-American Culture Association Endowment Board, 2011-present Co-Area Chair, Stephen King, 2010-present Co-Area Chair, The Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film, 2010-present President, PCA, Vice President, PCA, Member-at-Large, PCA Governing Board,

3 Page 2 Area Chair, Horror, Teaching Experience Tenured Professor of Communications & Humanities, Brevard Community College, Fall August 2005 AML 2012, American Literature from the Early Period to 1865 AML 2022, American Literature Since 1865 AML 2022, American Literature Since 1865 Online CRW 2000, Creative Writing I CRW 2100, Creative Writing II ENC 1101, Freshman Composition I ENC 1102, Freshman Composition II (literature survey) ENC 1102, Freshman Composition II (literature survey) Online FIL 1002, Appreciation of the Motion Picture I FIL 1002, Appreciation of the Motion Picture I Online FIL 1003, Appreciation of the Motion Picture II FIL 1003, Appreciation of the Motion Picture II Online HUM 2210, Humanities of the Ancient and Medieval World Online HUM 2230, Humanities from the Renaissance to Early Modernism HUM 2230, Humanities from the Renaissance to Early Modernism Online HUM 2740, Study Abroad in Europe PHI 2010, Problems in Philosophy SOW 1051, Human Service Experience I SOW 1052, Human Service Experience II SOW 1053, Human Service Experience III SPC 2600, Fundamentals of Public Speaking Adjunct Instructor, Barry University, Fall A Semester 2005-Fall A Semester 2010 ENG 202, Strategies of College Writing ENG 212, Processes and Strategies for Writing ENG 302, English Composition and Syntax ENG 329, English Composition and Syntax Adjunct Instructor, Eastern Florida State College (formerly Brevard Community College), Fall Semester 2005-present CRW 2000, Creative Writing I Online CRW 2100, Creative Writing II Online ENC 1101, Freshman Composition I ENC 1102, Freshman Composition II (literature survey) Online FIL 1002, Appreciation of the Motion Picture I Online FIL 1003, Appreciation of the Motion Picture II Online HUM 1020, Introduction to the Humanities HUM 2211, Humanities Survey Ancient through Byzantine Culture HUM 2230, Humanities from the Renaissance to Early Modernism HUM 2390, Special Themes in Humanities, The Holocaust IDH 2003, Mythology and Star Wars LIT 2300, Special Themes in Literature: Horror Fiction

4 Page 3 LIT 2300, Special Themes in Literature: The Vampire in Cinema and Fiction Adjunct Instructor, Webster University, Spring 1 Semester 2005 BUSN 6150, Business Communications and Technology Full-Time Temporary Instructor, Iowa State University, Fall Semester 1996-Summer 1997 ENG 105, First-Year Composition II ENG 302,Business Communications ENG 302, Business Communications Adjunct Instructor, John A. Logan College, Spring and Summer Semesters 1996 ENG 101, English Composition I LIT 280, Introduction to Literature Teaching Assistant, Southern Illinois University, Fall Semester 1990-Spring Semester 1995 ENG 290, Intermediate Composition GED 101, English Composition I GED 101, Special Admissions English Composition I GED 101, English Composition I GED 102, English Composition II GEC 122, Appreciation of Literature Adjunct Instructor, Ivy Tech State College, Fall Quarter 1988-Summer Quarter Composition 8111 Business Communications 8113 Oral Communications 8151, Developmental Writing I 8160, Developmental Writing II Graduate Assistant, Eastern Illinois University, Fall Semester 1986-Spring Semester 1987 ENG 1000, Developmental English Publications Monographs Making Murder: The Fiction of Thomas Harris. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, Psycho Paths: Tracking the Serial Killer Through Contemporary American Film and Fiction. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, Edited Book Stephen King s Contemporary Classics: Reflections on the Modern Master of Horror. Eds. Philip L. Simpson and Patrick McAleer. Contemporary American Literature Series. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.

5 Page 4 Book Chapters Morality : Stephen King s Most Disturbing Story? Eds. Philip L. Simpson and Patrick McAleer. Contemporary American Literature Series. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, Born in Sin : Millennial Anxiety in Storm of the Century. Eds. Patrick McAleer and Michael A. Perry. Jefferson, Stephen King s Modern Macabre: Essays on the Later Works. NC: McFarland, James Patterson: An Uncertain Legacy. Ed. Gary Hoppenstand. Critical Insights: The American Thriller. Ipswich, MA: Salem, The Zombie Apocalypse Is Upon Us: Homeland Insecurity. Ed. Dawn Keetley. We re All Infected : Essays on AMC s The Walking Dead and the Fate of the Human. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, There s Blood on the Walls : Serial Killing as Post-9/11 Terror in The Strangers. Ed. Alzena MacDonald. Murders and Acquisitions: Representations of the Serial Killer in Popular Culture. New York: Bloomsbury, Lecter for President... Or, Why We Worship Serial Killers. Ed. Bob Batchelor. Cult Pop Culture: How the Fringe Became Mainstream. Volume One: Film and Television. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, Stephen King s Critical Reception. Critical Insights: Stephen King. Ed. Gary Hoppenstand. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, Whither the Serial Killer Movie? American Horror Film: The Genre at the Turn of the Millennium. Ed. Steffen Hantke. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, Noir and the Psycho Thriller. A Companion to Crime Fiction. Eds. Charles J. Rzepka and Lee Horsley. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, Robert Bloch and His Serial Killers. The Man Who Collected Psychos: Critical Essays on Robert Bloch. Ed. Benjamin Szumskyj. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, Gothic Romance and Killer Couples in Black Sunday and Hannibal. Dissecting Hannibal Lecter: Essays on the Novels of Thomas Harris. Ed. Benjamin Szumskyj. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, Fear of the Assimilation of the Foreign Other in The Exorcist. American Exorcist: Critical Essays on William Peter Blatty. Ed. Benjamin Szumskyj. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, The Lonesome Autoerotic Death of Arnie Cunningham in John Carpenter s Christine. The Films of Stephen King: From Carrie to Secret Window. Ed. Tony Magistrale. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, Designing a General Education Program. Faculty Guidebook: A Comprehensive Tool for Improving Faculty Performance. Eds. Steven W. Beyerlein, Carol Holmes, and Daniel K. Apple. Lisle, IL: Introducing The Little Spielberg : Roland Emmerich s Joey as Reverent Parody. Caligari s Heirs: The German Cinema of Fear after Ed. Steffen Hantke. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, Thawing the Ice Princess. Finding the Force of the Star Wars Franchise: Fans, Merchandise, and Critics. Eds. Matthew Wilhelm Kapell and John Shelton Lawrence. New York: Peter Lang, Foreword. Royer, Carl and Diana. Dark Parades: The Spectacle of Isolation in Horror Films. New York: The Haworth Press, ix-xiv.

6 Page 5 The Horror Event Movie: The Mummy, Hannibal, and Signs. Horror Film: Creating and Marketing Film. Ed. Steffen Hantke. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, Copycat, Serial Murder, and the (De)Terministic Screen Narrative. The Terministic Screen: Rhetorical Perspectives on Film. Ed. David Blakesley. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, Car Crash Cover-Ups: The Deaths of Princess Diana and Mary Jo Kopechne. Car Crash Culture. Ed. Mikita Brottman. New York: Palgrave, Chinatown. Jack Nicholson Movie Top Ten. Ed. Mikita Brottman. London: Creation Books, The Politics of Apocalypse in the Cinema of Serial Murder. Mythologies of Violence in Postmodern Media. Ed. Christopher Sharrett. Detroit: Wayne State UP, Essays Essays in 501 Movie Stars: A Companion Guide to the Greatest Screen Actors. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London: ABC Books, Andy Garcia Jessica Lange Keanu Reeves Sharon Stone Essays in 100 European Horror Films. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London: British Film Institute, City of the Living Dead (Paura nella citta dei morti viventi, aka The Fear) Zombie (aka Zombi 2, aka Island of the Flesh Eaters, aka Island of the Living Dead) Essays in The Encyclopedia of Documentary Film. Ed. Ian Aitken. New York: Routledge, Cooper, Merian C Hiroshima-Nagasaki, August 1945 (US, Barnouw, 1970) Essays in Americans at War: Culture, Society, and the Homefront. Volume 2: Ed. John P. Resch. Detroit: Thomson Gale, Cold War Novels and Movies Literature Oliver Stone. Conspiracy Theories in American History: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Peter Knight. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, Christopher Fowler. Twenty-First-Century British and Irish Novelists. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Ed. Michael R. Molino. Vol Detroit: Gale, Essays in The Guide to United States Popular Culture. Eds. Ray and Pat Browne. Bowling Green, OH: Popular Press, Stephen King H.P. Lovecraft Essays in The St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. Eds. Tom and Sara Pendergast. 5 vols. Farmington Hills, MI: St. James Press, Bigfoot Bundy, Ted Close Encounters of the Third Kind Independence Day

7 Page 6 Jaws Lewinsky, Monica Natural Born Killers Night of the Living Dead Roddenberry, Gene Schindler s List Serial Killers/Mass Murderers Silence of the Lambs, The Simpson Trial Starr, Kenneth Essays in War and American Popular Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Ed. M. Paul Holsinger. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, The Battle of Midway (Documentary) Dances with Wolves (Film) Kent State Massacre (Event) Robert Lowell (Poet) Patton (Film) A True History of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson (Captivity Narrative). 11. Essays in The Encyclopedia of Novels into Film. Eds. John C. Tibbetts and James Welsh. NY: Facts on File, The Collector (1963) Dune (1965) The French Lieutenant s Woman (1969) Kidnapped (1886) Treasure Island (1883) Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (Vingt mille lieues sous les mers) (1870) Journal Articles America s Scariest Home Videos: Serial Killers and Reality Television. Post Script 22.2 (Winter/Spring 2003): Jack the Ripper and the Merry Widow Murderer: Blood Brothers in Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt. Clues 18.1 (Spring/Summer 1997): Mystery Rider: The Cultural Construction of a Serial Killer. CineAction 38 (Fall 1995): The Contagion of Murder: Thomas Harris's Red Dragon. Notes on Contemporary Literature 25.1 (January 1995): 6-8. Reviews Review of Cormac McCarthy and the Ghost of Huck Finn. Journal of American Culture 36.4 (December 2013): Review of Natural Born Celebrities: Serial Killers in American Culture, David Schmid. English Studies in Canada (June/September 2008): Review of True Crime: Observations on Violence and Modernity, Mark Seltzer. College Literature 34.4 (Fall 2007): Review of The Essential Guide to Werewolf Literature, Brian Frost. Journal of American Culture 27.4 (December 2004):

8 Page 7 Reviews of Craven and Lewis, Gore Auteurs. Paradoxa 16 (2002): 1-4. Review of Meat Is Murder! An Illustrated Guide to Cannibal Culture, Mikita Brottman. Journal of Popular Culture 34.4 (March 2001): Review of Of Men and Monsters: Jeffrey Dahmer and the Construction of the Serial Killer, Richard Tithecott. Journal of American and Comparative Cultures 23.1 (Spring 2000): Review of Blood Read: The Vampire as Metaphor in Contemporary Culture, eds. Joan Gordon and Veronica Hollinger. Journal of American and Comparative Cultures 23.2 (Summer 2000): Review of Hearths of Darkness: The Family in the American Horror Film, Tony Williams. Journal of Popular Culture 31.4: Editorships and Reviews Editorial Board, Journal of Popular Culture Studies, 2013-present Editorial Board, Journal of Popular Culture, 2002-present Book Reviewer, Popular Culture/American Culture Association, 1997-present Assistant Editor, Chalklines, Brevard Community College, Summer 2000-Summer 2005 Associate Editor, War and American Popular Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia, Greenwood Press, Editorial Assistant, The Interstate Printers & Publishers, Danville, Illinois, Staff Editor, The Vehicle, Eastern Illinois University, Refereed and Invited Conference Presentations Respondent, Dracula: The Series. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April 18, 2014 Panel Chair and Presenter, Taking Steam: The True Knot and Dan s Turn to Be the Teacher in Doctor Sleep. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April 17, 2014 Roundtable Chair and Respondent, This Sorrowful Life: The Improbable Popularity and Longevity of The Walking Dead. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April 17, 2014 Roundtable Respondent, Under the Dome, Under the Microscope. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April 17, 2014 Roundtable Chair, Teaching the Vampire (Part One). Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., March 29, 2013 Roundtable Chair, I am a Trailer-Trash Werewolf: The Representation of Werewolves and Werewolf Culture in Contemporary Vampire Fiction and Film. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., March 29, 2013 Roundtable Chair and Respondent, Praise Lilith and Peace to All Shifters: Analyzing Season 5 of True Blood. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., March 29, 2013 Roundtable Respondent, Horror in the Classroom: The Triumphs and Challenges of Teaching Horror. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., March 30, 2013

9 Page 8 Roundtable Respondent, Hey Rick, You re Our Man : Life, Love, and Leadership in The Walking Dead. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., March 29, 2013 Panel Chair and Presenter, The Hopeful Apocalypse of Stephen King s The Mist and Dean Koontz s The Taking. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., March 27, Panel Chair and Presenter, The Conniving Man : The Diabolical Double as a Unifying Theme in Full Dark, No Stars. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 14, 2012 Roundtable Panel Chair, Literary, Supernatural, and Gothic Concerns [in the Fiction of Stephen King]. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 14, 2012 Roundtable Respondent, Twilight: The Films. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 14, 2012 Roundtable Respondent, Hey Eric What s Up with the Hoodie? : Analyzing Season 4 of True Blood. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 13, 2012 Roundtable Respondent, Contemporary Readings of Early Horror Television [One Step Beyond, The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, Kolchak: The Night Stalker]. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 13, 2012 Roundtable Respondent, Faith and Factions in The Walking Dead Television Series. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 13, 2012 Roundtable Respondent, Welcome to Our Nightmare... Hangover: Re-Animator Revisited. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 12, 2012 Lead Presenter, Service-Learning 101: Nuts and Bolts. Community College National Center for Community Engagement Twentieth Annual Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, May 2011 Roundtable Respondent and Moderator, True Blood: A Carnal Antidote to the Dreamy Twilight Craze. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, April 22, 2011 Roundtable Respondent, Survivors, Tribal Culture, and Leadership in The Walking Dead Television Series. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, April 21, 2011 Panel Chair and Presenter, Morality : Stephen King s Most Disturbing Story? Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, April 20, 2011 Co-Presenter, Service-Learning 101: Nuts and Bolts. Community College National Center for Community Engagement Nineteenth Annual Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, May 2010 Roundtable Respondent and Moderator, Horror Films That Freak Us Out and How to Teach Them. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, April 3, 2010

10 Page 9 Roundtable Respondent, Paranormal Activity: What s All the Buzz? Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, April 3, 2010 Presenter, Florida Gothic: Stephen King s New Regionalism in the Sunshine State. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, April 1, 2010 Co-Presenter, Service-Learning 101: Nuts and Bolts. Gulf-South Summit on Service- Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education, Athens, Georgia, March 4, 2010 Roundtable Respondent, Pedagogy of Horror Class of the Living Dead: Horror in the College Classroom (and It s Not the Students). Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, April 11, 2009 Panel Chair and Presenter, We re Fundamentally Insane : Religion and Reason Go to War in Frank Darabont s The Mist. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, April 10, 2009 Chair and Co-Presenter, Service-Learning 101. Community College National Center for Community Engagement Seventeenth Annual Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, May 2008 Panel Chair and Presenter, Born in Sin : Millennial Anxiety in Stephen King s Storm of the Century. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, March 19, 2008 Presenter, She s Real Sensitive : The Auto Erotic in John Carpenter s Adaptation of Christine. Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 5, 2007 Co-Presenter, Service-Learning 101: Seeds, Roots, and Blossoms to Build and Rebuild. Fourth Annual Gulf South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement in Higher Education, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 16, 2007 Presenter, Tribalism, Transformation and the Magic Market: An Opportunity for the Humanities in a Time of Uncertainty. Oxford Round Table, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, UK, July 14, 2006 Co-Presenter, Meaningful, Despairing, Disturbing, Overwhelming, Hopeful, Inspirational: Katrina Rebuild Experience. Community College National Center for Community Engagement Fifteenth Annual Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, May 26, 2006 Panel Chair and Presenter, The Consolation of Horror in Apt Pupil, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April 13, 2006 Presenter, Thawing the Ice Princess: The Trauma of Female Sexuality and Heroism in the Star Wars Series, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, February 3, 2006 Presenter, The Strange Attraction of Flann O Brien s At Swim-Two-Birds, Florida College English Assocation, November 4, 2005 Co-Presenter, Institutionalizing Service-Learning: Riding the Waves with All of Your Partners, Community College National Center for Community Engagement Fourteenth Annual Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, May 26, 2005

11 Page 10 Co-Presenter, Institutionalizing Service-Learning: Riding the Waves to the Summit of Service- Learning, Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education, Cocoa Beach, Florida, April 7, 2005 Panel Chair and Presenter, The Horror of Influence: Roland Emmerich s Joey as Reverent Parody, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, San Diego, California, March 25, 2005 Presenter, Introducing the Little Spielberg : Roland Emmerich s Joey as Reverent Parody, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, January 29, 2005 Lead Presenter, A Provocative Dialogue: The Advanced Soul of Service Learning, Community College National Center for Community Engagement Thirteenth Annual Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, May 28, 2004 Presenter, The Consolation of Horror in Cinematic Representations of the Holocaust, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, April 10, 2004 Presenter, The Consolation of Horror in Cinematic Representations of the Holocaust, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, January 30, 2004 Presenter, The Second Wave of Serial Killer Cinema, Anomalia: The Figure of the Serial Killer and the Modern Imaginary Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 31, 2003 Co-Presenter, Service-Learning Basics: From a Faculty, Student, Community, and Staff Perspective, Campus Compact National Center for Community Colleges Twelfth Annual Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, May 22, 2003 Panel Chair and Presenter, Ed Gein, Ted Bundy, and Dahmer: The Return of the Artsploitation Serial Killer Biopic, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 17, 2003 Presenter, The Horror Event Movie: The Mummy, Hannibal, and Signs, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, January 31, 2003 Co-Presenter, Touching All the Bases: Critical Roles for Faculty in Service-Learning, Florida Service-Learning Institute, Orlando, Florida, November 19, 2002 Co-Presenter, Touching All the Bases: Critical Roles for Faculty in Service-Learning, Campus Compact National Center for Community Colleges Eleventh Annual Conference, Woodland Hills, California, May 23, 2002 Presenter, Copycat, Serial Murder, and the (De)Terministic Screen Narrative, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, March 15, 2002 Presenter, Resurrecting Ed Gein, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, January 25, 2002 Presenter, The Wilding One: American Ideology and Economic Violence in the Novel and Film American Psycho, Aizen 10 th International Conference on Emile Zola and Naturalism, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 6, 2001 Presenter, Urban Paranoia in the Horror Fiction of Christopher Fowler, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 13, 2001

12 Page 11 Presenter, Car Crashes and Conspiracy: The Deaths of Princess Diana and Mary Jo Kopechne, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, February 1, 2001 Presenter, Presenting Mr. and Mrs. Hannibal Lecter, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 20, 2000 Presenter, Radicals for Rhetoric: Alfred Hitchcock and Oliver Stone in the Writing Classroom, Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 13, 2000 Presenter, Apocalypse and the Celebration of Capital in the Disaster Movies of the 1990s, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, January 28, 2000 Panel Chair and Presenter, Serial Killers of the Week: The X Files, Millennium, and Profiler, Serial Killers and Slashers, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, San Diego, California, March 31, 1999 Presenter, Fighting Feminism in Kiss the Girls and Copycat, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, January 30, 1999 Presenter, The Politics of Apocalypse in the Cinema of Serial Murder, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, April 9, 1998 Presenter, Women Who Run with the Wolves: Female Writers and Serial Killers, Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, January 31, 1998 Panel Chair and Presenter, Abel Ferrara, Addiction, and the Charnel House of History, Contemporary American Horror Directors, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, March 26, 1997 Presenter, Great White Fathers: Threatened Masculinity and Reluctant Fatherhood in Spielberg's Jaws and Jurassic Park, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 26, 1996 Presenter, The Psychopathic Spectacle in the Works of Quentin Tarantino, Midwest Popular Culture/American Culture Association Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 3, 1995 Presenter, The Serial Killer as Postmodern Vampire, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 13, 1995 Presenter, Bleak Alchemy : The Second Creation in Robinson's Housekeeping, Twentieth Century Literature Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, February 25, 1995 Presenter, Jack the Ripper and Hitchcock's Merry Widow Murderer, Popular Culture/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 6, 1994 Presenter, The Diabolical Baptism in Marlowe s The Jew of Malta, Arkansas Philological Association, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, November 12, 1993 Interviews There s Universal Appeal for Big Screen Superheroes: Hollywood Knows We Love Our Superheroes Especially When Times Are Tough. Pam Harbaugh. Florida Today (Sunday, July 10, 2011). Monsters among Us: Horror Films and Books Reflect What Scares Us. Chris Kridler. Florida Today (Monday, October 25, 2010): C1-2.

13 Page 12 Brevard Fans Will Be in Full Force at Star Wars Convention in Orlando. Jennifer Sangalang. Floridatoday.com (Wednesday, August 11, 2010): TV Viewers Get Selective: Cable, DVR Gives Plethora of TV Options. Pam Harbaugh. Floridatoday.com (Sunday, September 21, 2008): YouTube Can Make Stars Out of Unlikely People. Breuse Hickman. Florida Today (Thursday, October 18, 2007): E1. Beyond Haddonfield: The Legacy of John Carpenter s Halloween. Brian J. McFillen. ids Weekend 8.41 (Thursday, August 30, 2007): Women Wield Power: Ruthless Roles Fill the Screen. Chris Kridler. Florida Today (Friday, August 24, 2007): E1, E3. The King of Popular Culture: BCC Dean/Writer Takes Entertainment Seriously. Chris Kridler. Florida Today (Monday, July 23, 2007): E1. As Seen on TV: Readers Tell Us Which TV Dads Remind Them of Their Own. Breuse Hickman. Florida Today (Saturday, June 17, 2007): E1. Friday the 13 th : What Unfortunate Events Await You Today? Autumn Phelps. Florida Today (Friday, October 13, 2006): E1-2. Victim s Sister Casts Monster Aside Despite Oscar Buzz. Mark Harper. The Daytona Beach News-Journal Online (February 29, 2004): Rubbernecking Evil: Serial Killers As Celebrities. Jeff Stryker. San Francisco Chronicle (Sunday, February 1, 2004): D1. The New Faces of Satan: As the Devil is Ridiculed in Popular Culture, Serial Killers Such As Hannibal Lecter Replace Him As the Embodiment of Evil. Phil Kloer. Atlanta Journal Constitution Online (October 12, 2002): Part One: The Serial Killer. Annabelle Quince. Big Ideas. ABC Radio National (September 15, 2002): Transcript: Chill Factors: Halloween Scares Offer a Little Release. Deborah Martin. San Antonio Express-News (Wednesday, October 31, 2001): 1G, 6G. Anti Christ Superstars: The Moviegoing Public Seems to Have an Irrepressible Fascination with Serial Killers. Chandra Palermo. Wicked 3.1 (Spring 2001): Dr. Hannibal Lecter Ist Zuruck: Serienkiller im Kino. Herbert Krill. Apropos Film. ZDF/ORF. February Kill and Kill Again: Hannibal Exposes Our Forbidden Passion for the Serial Murderer. Vera H-C Chan, The Sunday Times (February 4, 2001): A & E 3-4. Academic and Professional Honors Outstanding Graduate Alumnus Award, English Graduate Program, Eastern Illinois University, Chairperson s Award for Service to the Popular Culture Association-American Culture Association, Spring 2008 Who s Who Among America s Teachers, 11 th edition, 2007

14 Page 13 Felicia F. Campbell Service Award for Outstanding Contributions by an Area Chair, Popular Culture Association-American Culture Association, Spring 2006 Who s Who Among America s Teachers, 10 th edition, 2006 Divisional Faculty Voluntary Incentive Award, Brevard Community College, Fall 2005 Faculty Award, Seventeenth Annual Recognition Event, May 13, 2005, Center for Service- Learning, Brevard Community College Who s Who Among America s Teachers, 9 th edition, 2005 Divisional Faculty Voluntary Incentive Award, Brevard Community College, Fall 2004 Faculty Award, Sixteenth Annual Recognition Event, May 14, 2004, Center for Service- Learning, Brevard Community College Who s Who Among America s Teachers, 8 th Edition, 2004 Collegewide Faculty Voluntary Incentive Award, Brevard Community College, Fall 2003 Faculty Award, Fifteenth Annual Volunteer Recognition Event, May 9, 2003, Center for Service- Learning, Brevard Community College Faculty Award, Fourteenth Annual Volunteer Recognition Event, May 10, 2002, Center for Service-Learning, Brevard Community College Who s Who Among America s Teachers, 7 th Edition, 2002 Collegewide Faculty Voluntary Incentive Award, Brevard Community College, Spring Spring 2003 Staff and Program Development Distinguished Educator Award finalist, Brevard Community College, Spring 2001 Continuing Contract, Brevard Community College, April 2000 Faculty Award, Twelfth Annual Volunteer Recognition Event, May 5, 2000, Center for Service- Learning, Brevard Community College Directory of American Scholars, 10 th Edition, 2000 Who s Who, Millennium Edition Who s Who in the World, 18 th Edition, 2000 Who s Who in America, 54 th Edition, 2000 Faculty Award, Eleventh Annual Volunteer Recognition Event, May 7, 1999, Center for Service- Learning, Brevard Community College Ph.D. Preliminary Exams: High Pass, April 1993, Southern Illinois University Nominee, Alan M. Cohn Research Award, 1993, Southern Illinois University Winnie Davis Neely Award, The Vehicle, 1987, Eastern Illinois University First and Third Place Fiction Awards, The Vehicle, 1987, Eastern Illinois University Magna Cum Laude, May 1986, Eastern Illinois University Erret and Mazie Warner Presidential Award Scholarship, 1986, Eastern Illinois University Isabel McKinney Scholarship, 1986, Eastern Illinois University Lambda Chi Alpha Scholar of the Year, 1986, Eastern Illinois University Nominee, Livingston C. Lord Scholarship, 1985, Eastern Illinois University Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society, 1984, Eastern Illinois University Professional Memberships Popular Culture Association Association of Florida Colleges Horror Writers Association

15 Page 14 Community Memberships Member, Executive Leadership Team, March of Dimes March for Babies Member, Board of Directors of the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce Member, Space Coast Economic Development Commission Member, Taste of Titusville Organizing Committee Member, City of Titusville Service Awards Committee

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