|Name:||Dr. Victor Hitchcock|
|Department:||College of Arts and Sciences|
Born in Southeastern Montana, Hitchcock attended colleges and universities in Montana, North Dakota, and Illinois. He served in the United States Navy during the closing year of our involvment in Vietnam, and has been involved in writing, music, and education throughout his life.
|Courses:||ENG 0110 I;
ENG 0110 II;
ENG 0320 II;
ENG 0326 I;
ENG 0326 II;
Two entries in the Encyclopedia of Novels into Film (Gale Research): Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange/Stanley Kubrick's production of A Clockwork Orange and H. Rider Haggard's She (Merriam Cooper 1935 film/ Hammer Studios 1965 film). This work was published in 1998.
"Teaching Postcolonial Issues in Introductory Literature Courses." Journal of Commonwealth and Post-Colonial Studies 3.1 (Fall 1995): 113-20.
|Presentations:||Hitchcock presented papers at approximately ten conferences during his graduate study.|
|Awards:||Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities (May 1989); Who's Who Among American High School Students (March 1970); nominated for teaching (1995) and research (1992) awards while at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; inducted into Phi Sigma Pi (national academic honor fraternity) in October 1971; inducted into Sigma Tau Delta (internation English honor society) in March 1987; past memberships in Modern Language Association; American Culture Association; National Council of Teachers of English|