Hamlet Haven

Characters
Claudius
Gertrude
The Ghost
Hamlet
Horatio
Laertes
Ophelia
Polonius
Yorick

Subjects
Art
Carnival
Duel
Eye & Ear
Final Scene
Friendship
Law
The Mousetrap
Music
Ophelia's Murder(er)
Parenthood
Proverbs
Texts
"To be" Soliloquy

Approaches
Audience Response
Bibliographic
Deconstruction
Feminism
Genre
History of Ideas
Jungian

Marxism
Metadrama
Metaphysics
Mythic Criticism
New Historicism
Performance
Philosophical
Psychoanalytic
Queer Theory
Reception Theory
Rhetorical
Theological

 



Harmonie Blankenship

        Department of English                                                                          
        J.W. Mitchell High School
        2323 Little Road
        New Port Richey, FL 34655                                                               
        (727) 774-9228
        hloberg@pasco.k12.fl.us
        h.blankenship@hamlethaven.com

EDUCATION

        University of South Florida
        M.A. in English Literature
        (December 2002)
        Thesis: Hamlet Haven: An Online, Annotated Bibliography
        Thesis Director: Sara Munson Deats

        University of South Florida
        B.A. in English Literature
        (December 1998)
        University Honors Program
        Honors Thesis: Edna’s Free Will Versus the Narrator’s Fate in The Awakening
        Honors Thesis Director: Rosalie Murphy Baum

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Faculty, J. W. Mitchell High School (August 2003 to Present)

Teaching English I, English Honors I, English III, English Honors III, English IV, and English Honors IV.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of South Florida (1999 to 2002)
Taught Composition 1101 and 1102.

TEACHING INTERESTS

Drama, Shakespearean Drama, Popular Cultures, and Technology in the Classroom.

PEDAGOGICAL TRAINING

        Practice in Teaching Composition, University of South Florida (Fall 1999)

        Guidance and preparation for the teaching of composition.

Problems in College English Instruction: Composition, University of South Florida (Spring 2000)

Examination of objectives and methods in first-year writing courses.

PUBLICATIONS

Queen Gertrude: Monarch, Mother, Murderer. Atenea 24.1 (June 2004): 59-71.

Hamlet Haven: An Online, Annotated Bibliography. 2002. <http://www.hamlethaven.com>.

Book Review: Shakespeare and the Bible by Steven Marx. Criticism 43.3 (2002): 355-58.

PRESENTATION

The Cloning of Prince Hamlet: Marshall “Eminem” Mathers, Central New York Conference on Language and Literature, SUNY—Cortland, October 2004.

AWARDS AND HONORS

        University Award for Outstanding Master’s Thesis (2002/2003)

Nomination for Departmental Award for Teaching Excellence (2001/2002)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

            Head of the English Department (2005 to present)

        Member of the Leadership Committee (2005 to present)

Member of the Senior Projects Committee (2004 to present)

Member of the Media and Technology Committee (2004/2005)

Research Assistant (Fall 2004)

Student Representative to the Status of Women Committee (2001/2002)

MEMBERSHIPS

Modern Language Association, National Education Association, National Council of Teachers of English, American Federation of Teachers, United Faculty of Florida.

REFERENCES

        Available upon request.

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All information Copyright © 2002-2007 Harmonie Blankenship
Contact the author at h.blankenship@hamlethaven.com