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Nathan P. Gilmour

Associate Professor of English and Composition Culture Director, Emmanuel College

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, English, University of Georgia (Athens, GA, 2005-2012)

Dissertation: Ethical Succession: Theological Movement in English Renaissance Literature

Director Fran Teague

Defended February 2012

Certificate for Teaching Portfolio

Master of Arts, English, University of Georgia (Athens, GA, 2002-04)

Thesis: Theological Dramatics: Two Case Studies

Master of Arts in Religion, Emmanuel School of Religion (Johnson City, TN, 1999-2002)

Concentration: Old Testament

Thesis: Visionary Imagination

Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, Milligan College (Milligan College, TN, 1995-99)

English and Humanities majors, Bible minor

 

Teaching Positions

Emmanuel College                Franklin Springs, GA

2009-present

Associate Professor of English and Director of Composition Culture

University of Georgia            Athens, GA

2002-03 and 2005-2009

Teacher of Record, Teaching Assistant rank, English Department

Emmanuel College                Franklin Springs, GA

Spring 2005

Adjunct Instructor, English and Communications Departments

Milligan College                     Milligan College, TN

2000-01

Adjunct Instructor, Humanities Department

 

Teaching and Research Interests

Rhetoric and Composition, Ancient Greek and Roman Literature, Medieval English Literature, Theology and Literature, Philosophy, Biblical Studies, Theology

 

Composition Culture

As director of Emmanuel College’s Composition Culture program, I directed the school’s SACS QEP from 2009-2012, securing approval without further monitoring upon first submission and passing SACS’s five-year review process.  As the program continues, I train new faculty at Emmanuel College in the principles and practices of Writing in the Disciplines and provide sessions exploring educational-philosophy questions.

 Courses Taught

 Composition and Rhetoric

EN 370 Advanced Composition

Emmanuel College, Spring 2012 and Spring 2014

EN 102H Honors Freshman Composition II

Emmanuel College, Spring 2011-2014

EN 101H Honors Freshman Composition I

Emmanuel College, Fall 2010-2013

EN 102 Freshman Composition II

Emmanuel College, Spring 2010 and Fall 2012

EN 101 Freshman Composition I

Emmanuel College, Fall 2009

ENGL 1101 Introduction to Composition, Special Topics: The Enlightenment

UGA, Spring 2009

ENGL 1101 Introduction to Composition, Special Topics: Plato and Boethius

UGA, Fall 2006-08

ENGL 1102 Introduction to Composition, Special Topics: Hebrew Bible and/as Literature

UGA, Spring 2006-08

ENGL 1101 Introduction to Composition

UGA, Fall 2003 and 2005

CM 130 Oral Communication

Emmanuel College Associate’s Degree Program, Spring 2005

CM 130 Oral Communication

Emmanuel College, Spring 2005

ENGL 1102 Introduction to Composition

UGA, Spring 2004

HUMN 101-102 Introduction to Humanities, Writing Component

Milligan College, 2000-01

 

Literature

OE 352 Old English Poetry and Scholarship (taught in original)

Emmanuel College, Spring 2014

OE 351 Old English Prose and Verse (taught in the original)

Emmanuel College, Fall 2013

EN 448 Western Authors II (European literature since 1600)

Emmanuel College, Fall 2011 and 2013

EN 447 Western Authors I (European literature from Ancient Athens to the Italian Renaissance)

Emmanuel College, Spring 2011 and 2013, Summer 2013

EN 200 Introduction to Literature

Emmanuel College, Fall 2010

ENGL 2310 English Literature to 1700

University of Georgia, Spring 2009

EN 345 American Literature I

Emmanuel College Associate’s Degree Program, Spring 2005

 

Languages

OE 251 Old English Grammar

Emmanuel College, Spring 2013

  

Other Courses

PH 200 Introduction to Philosophy

Emmanuel College, Summer 2014

HS 400 Honors Senior Seminar

Emmanuel College, Fall 2013

HU 230 Religion and Philosophy

Emmanuel College, Summer 2013

EN 210 Literary Publication Workshop

Emmanuel College, Fall 2012-Spring 2014

SS 400 Senior Seminar

Emmanuel College, Spring 2010-2014

 

Publications

“The Genealogy of the Stoop Kid.”  In An Academic Love Affair: Teaching The Wire in the College Classroom.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland Books.  Forthcoming.

Ethical Succession: Theological Movement in English Renaissance Literature.  Lambert Academic Publishing, 2013.

Review of Good News for Anxious Christians: 10 Practical Things You Don’t Have to Do by Phillip Cary.  Imaginatio et Ratio: A Journal of Theology and the Arts 1.1 (2012).

“Dante and Desire, or What an Evangelical Youth Group Kid Stands to Learn from a Walk through Purgatory.”  Essay in Faith in Writing: Essays in Honor of Jack Knowles.  Xlibris Corporation, 2012.

Theological Dramatics: Two Christological Case Studies.  Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011.

“Suspicion and Sisterhood.”  Essay in Out of the Ooze: Love Letters to the Church.  Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress, 2007.

 

Conference Presentations

“’Where Do I Sign?’: Seymour’s Missing Aria and its Marlovian Echoes in Little Shop of Horrors.  Paper presented at SAMLA Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2011.

“The Dangerous Digital Lives of Post-Evangelicals.”  Paper presented at Evangelicalism: Then and Now Conference, Toccoa, GA, 2009.

“Of Devils and Mirrors: Michael Radford’s Merchant of Venice.”  Paper presented at Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2006.

“Ezekiel’s Temple Visions as Survival Literature.”  Paper presented at American Comparative Literature Association National Conference, San Diego, CA, 2003.

 

Academic Service

Co-Chair, Undergraduate Seminars Committee, Emmanuel College, 2013-Present (Committee Member 2010-Present)

SACS Subcommittee for QEP, Emmanuel College, 2013

Faculty Sponsor, Emmanuel College Christian Humanists, 2013-Present

Composition Culture Director, Emmanuel College, 2009-Present

Faculty Senate, Emmanuel College, 2011-Present

Honors Committee, Emmanuel College, 2012-2013

QEP Director (Composition Culture), Emmanuel College, 2009-2012

Mentor Teacher, Teaching Practicum, English Department, UGA, 2009.

Workshop Leader, New TA Orientation, English Department, UGA, 2007 and 2008.  Topic: Grading as a Teaching Practice.

Guest Speaker, ENGL 2310, University of Georgia.  Topic: English Bibles and Protestant Reformations.

Founding Member, Early Modern Union of Scholars (EMUS), University of Georgia, Spring 2007-present.

Guest Speaker, ENGL 6911: Teaching Practicum, University of Georgia, Fall 2006.  Topic: Teaching Philosophical Texts in Composition Classes.

 

Public Intellectual Projects

Contributing Writer and Webmaster, The Christian Humanist Blog, 2010-present
(http://www.christianhumanist.org)

Co-Host and Webmaster, The Christian Humanist Podcast, 2009-present
(available free at iTunes)

Free Sunday School materials available at http://www.nathangilmour.com under “Church Teaching” tab

 

Church Service

Preacher, Webmaster, Deacon, Adult Sunday School Teacher, Teen Bible Study Teacher, Athens Christian Church, October 2007-2015

Educational Minister and Interim Choir Director, Bogart Christian Church, January-August 2007

Deacon, Adult Sunday School Teacher, Pulpit Service, Adult Bible Study Teacher, Bogart Christian Church, 2003-07

Adult Sunday School Teacher, Galilee Christian Church, Jefferson, GA, 2002-03

Assistant Preacher, West Main Street Christian Church, Johnson City, TN, 2000-02

Teen Sunday School Teacher, Pulpit Service, Youth Group Sponsor, West Main Street Christian Church, 1995-2002

 

Awards and Honors

Lee H. and Lucille Firebaugh Memorial Faculty Award, Emmanuel College, 2012

University of Georgia English Department Outstanding TA Award, 2009

Member, Theta Phi Theological Studies Honor Society, 2002-present

American Bible Society Academics and Ministry Award, 2001

Research Assistantship, Emmanuel School of Religion, 2000-02

English Department Award, Milligan College, 1999

Humanities Department Award, Milligan College, 1997

 

Languages

Old English, Koine Greek, Biblical Hebrew, Latin, Modern Spanish