Lois Feuer, Ph.D
Title: Professor, English
Office: LCH B-320
Phone Extension: x3862
Email Username: lfeuer
- “Hired for Mischief: The Masterless Man In Macbeth.” in Macbeth: New Critical Essays, ed. Nicholas Moschovakis. London: Routledge, 2008.
- Review of Strong Foundations: Twelve Principles for Effective General Education Programs in Exchanges: The On-line Journal of Teaching and Learning in the CSU. Posted February 2003.
- “Joyce the Postmodern: Shakespeare as Character in Ulysses,” in The Author as Character, ed. Ton Hoenselaars and Paul Franssen. Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 1999.
- “Happy Families: Repentance and Restoration in The Tempest and the Joseph Narrative,” Philological Quarterly, Vol. 76, No. 3. Summer 1997.
- “The Calculus of Love and Nightmare: The Handmaid’s Tale and the Dystopian Tradition,” Critique, Vol. 38, No. 2. Winter 1997.
- “Shaping the Multicultural Curriculum: Biblical Encounters with the Other,” American Council of Learned Societies Occasional Paper 23, 1994.
- “The Unnatural Mirror: Bend Sinister and Hamlet,” Critique, Vol. 30, No. 1. Fall 1988
- “Literature as Evidence of Social Values,” Humanities Education, Vol. IV, No. 2. Spring 1987.
- 2005 Panelist on The Handmaid’s Tale, MLA Radio Program on Women in Science Fiction. 2006
- 2004 External Evaluator, General Education Program, CSU Bakersfield
- 2003 Presenter on Embedded Assessment in Upper-division General Education courses, CSU General Education Assessment Conference
- 1999-2004 SHAKSPER Listserv Editorial Advisory Board
- 1997, 2002 Coordinator, CSU Shakespeare Symposium
- 1994-96 Co-director, Joint Project on Cultural Fluency, Mt. St. Mary’s College and CSU Dominguez Hills: Teaching the Pacific Rim
- 1994 Co-director and presenter, Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Program Workshop, California Department of Education
- 1994-96 Manhattan Beach School District Language Arts Advisory Committee
- 1994-96 Academic Advisor, documentary film on the Danish Resistance, Ed Balkan Productions
- 1993-present Presenter and session chair, CSU Shakespeare Symposium and Southern California Renaissance Conference meetings
- 1989, 1990 Co-planner and presenter, In-service Workshop for Teachers, “The Ancient World.” California Humanities Project
- 1975 External evaluator, Humanities Program, Saddleback College
Awards and Honors
- 1995 Sally Casanova Memorial Awards Research Fellowship
- 1992-93 Fellow, American Council of Learned Societies Teacher and Curriculum Development Project
- 1990 CSU Research Award: “Shakespeare, Euripides, and the Manipulated Ending”
- 1988, 1989 CSU Dominguez Hills Foundation Awards: Greek Language Study
- 1983 Meritorious Performance/Professional Promise Award, CSU Dominguez Hills
- 1981-82 Visiting Scholar, Department of History, University of California, Irvine
- 1979-83 Danforth Foundation Fellow
- 1978 Lyle E. Gibson Distinguished Teaching Award, CSU Dominguez Hills
- 1966-67 University of Arizona: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Honors in English