Stephen Evans

Senior Lecturer
Primary office:
3119 Wescoe Hall


A Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, Stephen Evans (Ph.D., Kansas) has published numerous articles and reviews in the fields of Medieval and Renaissance literature, American Indian literature, and gender studies. While pursuing his graduate studies he served as Graduate Research Assistant to renowned Shakespearean textual scholar Charlton J. K. Hinman. Twice winner of the Department of English award for Outstanding Instructor, since 1989 Dr. Evans has taught a wide range of introductory and upper-level courses, including Foundations of Technical Writing, Advanced Composition, Shakespeare, American Indian literature, and virtually all of the first- and second-year English courses, including special topics and Honors courses. To date, Dr. Evans’ students have won twenty-nine Excellence in Writing Awards (First- and Second-Year English), numerous departmental writing honors for English majors and graduate students, and, in 2009-10, the prestigious Chancellor’s Writing Prize (Undergraduate Division).

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