MICHAEL DELAHOYDE
Résumé

MICHAEL DELAHOYDE

Pullman, Washington 99163
509-335-4832
delahoyd@wsu.edu

 

EDUCATION

1989      Ph.D.      University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Specialization: Medieval Literature
 
1985      M.A.       University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Specialization: English Literature
 
1983      B.A.        Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
cum laude English
cum laude Music
 
1983      Secondary School Teaching Certification: English
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
 
 
TEACHING

1992-2021           Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
          Professor of English

  • Humanities in the Ancient World
  • Mythology
  • Bible as Literature
  • Medieval Arts and Humanities (Honors)
  • Middle Ages and Renaissance
  • Chaucer (Canterbury Tales, Minor Poems)
  • Shakespeare [& for non-English majors]
  • Edward de Vere Studies
  • Love in the Arts
  • Introduction to Literature (Honors)
  • Survey of Early English Literature
  • Monsters in Literature and Film
  • 20th-Century Humanities
  • Science Fiction
  • Popular Culture (Cougar Quest)
  • Food Studies (Honors Seminar)
  • Domain of the Arts [Honors]
  • Research and Writing (Honors)
  • Composition (Computer Assisted, Honors)
  • Expository Writing

1990-1993           Cesspoool University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
          Visiting Assistant Professor of English

  • Chaucer
  • Middle English Literature
  • Renaissance Sonnet Cycles
  • Horror Literature and Film
  • 19th-Century Novel
  • Survey of British Literature
  • Survey of World Literature (Honors)
  • Critical Approaches to Literature
  • Composition

1989-1990           Millikin Cesspool University, Decatur, Ill
          Assistant Professor of English

  • Medieval and Renaissance Poetry
  • Introduction to Literature
  • Composition
  • Film

1984-1988           University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
          Graduate Student Teaching Assistant

  • Composition (Introductory, Intensive)
  • Introduction to Short Story and Novel

          Course Assistant/Grader

  • Film
  • Survey of British Literature

1981-1982           Arlington Middle School, Poughkeepsie, New York
          Student Teacher and Substitute Teacher

  • Secondary School English

1979-1981           Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
          Course Assistant/Grader

  • Old and New Testament Studies

 

PUBLICATIONS

Twelfth Night. [Oxfordian edition of the Shakespeare play.]
        2021.

“Rant to the Editor.”
        The Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter 56.2 (Spring 2020): 4-5.

“‘Shakespeare’ Revealed: The Collected Articles and Published Letters of J. Thomas Looney, Edited by James A. Warren.” [Review.]
        The Oxfordian 21 (2019): 255-260.

“The 17th Earl of Oxford in Italian Archives: Loves’ Labours Found.”
        The Oxfordian 20 (Fall 2018): 27-48.

“Vanishing Vere in Venice.”
        The Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter 53.2 (Spring 2017): 26-28.

“On Being Wrong.” Reprint in Secret Whispers: Searching for the Truth of Shakespeare.
        Ed. David Gowdey. San Rafael: Traveller Books, 2016. 68-76.

“New Evidence of Oxford in Venice.”
        The Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter 52.1 (Winter 2016): 1, 29-32.

Anthony and Cleopatra. [Oxfordian edition of the Shakespeare play.
        CreateSpace, 2015.

“Subliminal Chaucer in Shakespeare’s History Plays.”
        The Oxfordian 17 (2015): 153-162.

“Lyric Poetry from Chaucer to Shakespeare.”
        Soul of the Age: Building the Case for Edward de Vere
        as Shakespeare, Vol. 9. Ed. Paul H. Altrocchi. iUniverse, 2014. 365-402. Rpt.

Foreword.
        Soul of the Age: Building the Case for Edward de Vere
        as Shakespeare, Vol. 9. Ed. Paul H. Altrocchi. iUniverse, 2014. xv-xix.

“Lyric Poetry from Chaucer to Shakespeare.”
        Brief Chronicles: An International Journal of Authorship Studies 5
        (2014): 69-100.

“Preface: On Being Wrong.”
        Brief Chronicles V (2014): 1-10.

“Shakespeare’s Perspective Art.”
        The Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter 50.3 (Summer 2014): 1, 13-16.

“Edward de Vere and The Two Noble Kinsmen.”
        The Oxfordian 15 (2013): 117-148.

Preface: Alan Green’s I Shakespeare: The Holy Trinity Solution.
        Los Angeles: Shakespeare Publishing, 2011. vii-ix.

“Charles Beauclerk’s Shakespeare’s Lost Kingdom.” [Review.]
        Brief Chronicles: An International Journal of Authorship Studies 2
        (2010): 237-244.

“Pissing on Delia Bacon’s Grave.” [Note.]
        Shakespeare Matters 9.2 (Spring/Summer 2010): 12.

“Edward de Vere’s Hand in Titus Andronicus.”
        Brief Chronicles: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Authorship Studies 1
        (2009): 186-204.

“Oxford’s Railing Muse.”
        Shakespeare Matters 8.1 (Winter 2009): 1, 20-22.

“Edward de Vere’s Antony and Cleopatra.” Discovering Shakespeare: A Festschrift in Honour of Isabel Holden.
        Portland: Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre, 2009. 13-22.

“Chaucer: General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales.”
        The Literary Encyclopedia  http://www.litencyc.com/.
        August 2008.

“The Ending of Edward de Vere’s Othello.”
         Shakespeare-Oxford Newsletter 44.2 (Spring 2008): 17-20.

“More Recent Publications in Oxfordian Studies.”
        Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 61.1
        (Spring 2007): 112-120.

“De Vere’s Lucrece and Romano’s Sala di Troia.”
        The Oxfordian 9 (2006): 50-65.

“Recent Publications in Oxfordian Studies.”
        Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 60.2
        (Fall 2006): 52-59.

“Music and Monkeys in de Vere’s Venice.” [Note.]
        Shakespeare Matters 5.4 (Summer 2006): 12-13.

Damon and Pithias: Oxford Juvenilia?” [Note.]
        Shakespeare Matters 5.1 (Fall 2005): 8, 12.

“Thinking with Shakespeare.” Chapter contributed to the
        Visible Knowledge Project’s proposed book:
        Georgetown University.

“A Perfume Advertisement as a Teaching Tool.”
        The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 58.1
        (Spring 2004): 49-54.

The Shakespeare Enigma.”
        Media Review for The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature
        58.1 (Spring 2004): 60-62.

Jurassic Park,” “Stop-Motion Animation,” “E.T.,” “Back To The Future,” “Sha Na Na,” “Boston,” “Scott Joplin,” and 9 other encyclopedia articles.
        The Guide to United States Popular Culture. Ed. Ray B. Browne
        and Pat Browne. Bowling Green, Ohio: Popular Press, 2001.

“‘Heryng th’effect’ of the Names in Troilus and Criseyde.”
        The Chaucer Review 34.4 (2000): 351–371.

“#7: Medieval Humor.” Gladly Lerne and Gladly Teche: A Festschrift
        by Students, Colleagues and Friends of Thomas J. Garbàty
        in Honor of his Retirement
. Ed. Adam Brooke Davis. Fall 2000.

“Medieval Dragons and Dinosaur Films.”
        Popular Culture Review 9.1 (February 1998): 17–30.

Chaucer: Life and Times. CD-ROM.” Media Review for The Rocky
        Mountain Review of Language and Literature 52.2 (1998): 75–77.

“Creating Meat-Eaters: The Child as Advertising Target.”
        Collaborative with Susan C. Despenich.
        Journal of Popular Culture 28.1 (Summer 1994): 159-174.

“Games for Girls: Girl Land Reconstructed.”
        Collaborative with Susan C. Despenich.
        Proteus: A Journal of Ideas: Special Issue–Gender in America
        10.2 (Fall 1993): 49-54.

“Toys for Girls: The New Sexism (‘We girls can do anything, right Barbie?’)”
        Co-Authored with Susan C. Despenich.
        Popular Culture Review 4.2 (June 1993): 23-36.

The Barnhart Dictionary of Etymology. Ed. Robert K. Barnhart.
        New York: H.W. Wilson Company, 1988. (Editorial Assistant to
        Professor Emeritus Sherman M. Kuhn.)
 


PRESENTATIONS

“Epiphanies whilst Editing the Oxfordian Twelfth Night.”
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference.
        Zoom, October 2021.

Invited Speaker: “Writting and It’s Impotence Everyday.”
        Pullman High School, AP English.
        Zoom, January 2021.

Invited Speaker: “Shakespeare’s Worms.”
        Oberon (Michigan) / SSOS (Seattle) Joint Meeting.
        Zoom, December 2020.

Invited Speaker: “Bardcast #1.”
        A Shakespeare Podcast by Alan Green.
        Zoom, October 2020.

Invited Speaker: “Twelfth Night Epiphanies.”
        Oberon (Michigan) / SSOS (Seattle) Joint Meeting.
        Zoom, September 2020.

Invited Speaker: “The Shakespeare Fraud.”
        Distinguished Lecturer.
        Honors Student Advisory Council.
        WSU, February 2019.

Invited Speaker: “Shakespeare in Italy.”
        Shakespeare Authorship Mystery Day Conference.
        Seattle Shakespeare Oxford Society.
        Seattle-based (online); November 2018.

“De Veres di Venezia.”
        In collaboration with Coleen Moriarty, Independent Researcher.
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference.
        Oakland, California; October 2018.

Invited Speaker: “Shakespeare in Italy.”
        Shakespeare Authorship Roundtable.
        Skype; September 2018.

Film Interview: “The Shakespeare Authorship.”
        Bardcode, documentary written by Alan W. Green.
        Los Angeles; April 2018.

Invited Speaker: “Diversity Tongue-Tied by Authority in The Merchant in Venice.”
        Folio Atheneum. Seattle; March 2018.

“Loves’ Labours Lost and Found in the Italian Archives.”
        In collaboration with Coleen Moriarty, Independent Researcher.
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference.
        Chicago; October 2017.

“Vanishing Vere in Venice.”
        In collaboration with Coleen Moriarty, Independent Researcher.
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference.
        Boston, Massachusetts; November 2016.

Instructor: The Winter’s Tale, Twelfth Night, “Shake-speare” in Italy, et al.
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Symposium.
        Ashland, Oregon; August 2016.

“‘Shake-speare’ in Italy and Archival Spritzatura.”
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference.
        Ashland, Oregon; September 2015.

“Oxford’s Anthony and Cleopatra Beyond Doubt.”
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference.
        Ashland, Oregon; September 2015.

“Oxford’s Early Errors.”
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference.
        Madison, Wisconsin; September 2014.

“Chaucer Hidden In Shakespeare.”
        18th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2014.

“Shakespeare’s Perspective Art.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Vancouver, Washington; October 2013.

“Shakespeare’s Perspective Art, Railing, and Subliminal Chaucer.”
        Department of English Colloquium Series.
        WSU; October 2013.

“Oxford’s The Two Noble Kinsmen.”
        17th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2013.

“Oxfordian Twelfth Night Epiphanies.”
        17th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2013.

“The Meaning of Coriolanus.” A Panel Discussion.
        17th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2013.

“Oxfordian Twelfth Night Epiphanies.”
        16th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2012.

“Oxford Wrote Richard II, Know Ye Not That?”
        14th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2010.

“Lyric Poetry from Chaucer to Shakespeare.”
        13th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2009.

“Edward de Vere’s Hand in Titus Andronicus.”
        12th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2008.

“Oxford Throughout Shakespeare.”
        Department of English Colloquium Series.
        WSU; November 2007.

“Shake-speare’s The Winter’s Tale as Tudor Family Allegory.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Calgary, Alberta; October 2007.

“The Ending of Edward de Vere’s Othello.”
        11th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2007.

“Edward de Vere’s Antony and Cleopatra.”
        10th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2006.

“The Mantuan Art of ‘Shake-speare’s’ Lucrece.”
        Department of English Colloquium Series.
        WSU; September 2005.

“Visible Knowledge in the Shakespeare Classroom.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; October 2005.

Keynote Address: “Implications of Oxford as Shakespeare.”
        9th Annual Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2005.

“Some Chaucer Gimmicks.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Boulder, Colorado; October 2004.

The Winter’s Tale as Tudor Allegory.”
        8th Annual Edward de Vere Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2004.

“Visualizing Shakespeare.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Missoula, Montana; October 2003.

“The Vital Balance: Achieving Career Goals while Maintaining a Healthy, Holistic, Personal Life.” Panel discussion.
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Missoula, Montana; October 2003.

“Thinking with Shakespeare.”
        American Association of Higher Education.
        Seattle, Washington; June 2003.

“Edward De Vere’s Lucrece.”
        7th Annual Edward de Vere Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2003.

“Shakespeare and Visual Knowledge.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Scottsdale, Arizona; October 2002.

“Dinophobia.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Scottsdale, Arizona; October 2002.

“De Vere’s Treasonous (Self-)Examinations.”
        6th Annual Edward de Vere Studies Conference.
        Portland, Oregon; April 2002.

“Medievalism in Contemporary Popular Culture.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Vancouver, BC; October 2001.

“Panel Discussion on Technology in the Classroom.” [Chair]
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Vancouver, BC; October 2001.

“What Science Fiction Films Keep Telling Us.”
        Visual, Performing, and Literary Arts “Future Visions” Lecture.
        Washington State University; October 2000.

“Detoxing Your Bucket: A Panel Discussion on Today’s Job Market.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference. Boise, Idaho; October 2000.

“The Curse of the Mummy’s Text.”
        Popular Culture Association Conference.
        San Diego, California; April 1999.

“What Was Chaucer’s Book of the Lion?”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Salt Lake City, Utah; October 1998.

“Soaps’ Sinister Sisters.”
        Popular Culture Association Conference.
        San Antonio, Texas; March 1997.

“All My Bastards: Paradoxical Child-Worship on the Soaps.”
        Popular Culture Association Conference.
        Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; April 1995.

“Boys’ Toys: Perpetuating the ‘Ultimate Conflict.’”
        Popular Culture Association Conference.
        Chicago, Illinois; April 1994.

“Daytime Drama: The Cult of Communication.”
        Popular Culture Association Conference.
        New Orleans, Louisiana; April 1993.

“1990s Dance Music: Glamorizing the Inorganic.”
        Pacific North West Popular Culture Conference.
        Bellevue, Washington; April 1993.

“Medieval Dragons and Dinosaur Films.”
        General Conference on Medievalism.
        Tampa, Florida; October 1992.

“Ravaging Reptiles and Paranoid Speciesism in Dinosaur Films.”
        Pacific North West Popular Culture Conference.
        Vancouver, British Columbia; April 1992.

“Cavemen and Dinosaurs: The ‘Eat or Be Eaten’ Myth.”
        Popular Culture Association Conference.
        Louisville, Kentucky; March 1992.

“Creating Meat-Eaters: The Child as Advertising Target.”
        Popular Culture Association Conference.
        San Antonio, Texas; March 1991.

“Toys for Girls: The New Sexism.”
        Popular Culture Association in the South Conference.
        Montgomery, Alabama; October 1990.
 

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

Interview: “Tea with a Professor.”
        Honors Students Advisory Council.
        WSU, April 2021.

Film Interview: “The Shakespeare Authorship.”
        Prometheus Studios, for the History Channel.
        Los Angeles; September 2019.

Radio Interview: “Shakespeare’s Tour.”
        Podcast: “Don’t Quill the Messenger.”
        Dragon Wagon Radio. August 2019.

Guest Speaker: “Shakespeare.”
        Lincoln Middle School, Pullman, Washington.
        January 2016, November 2013, October 2014, October 2011,
        October 2010, October 2008, September 2007, January 2005, September 2003, September 2002.

Pianist.
        Whitman County Humane Society Fur Ball 2018,
        Green Frog Café in Palouse, Bishop Place Assisted Living Community,
        Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Pullman Regional Hospital.
        January 2007 — .

Invited Speaker: “The Grain-Merchant in Venice.”
        Department of English Colloquia Series.
        December 2016.

Invited Speaker: “‘Shake-speare’ and Perspective Art.”
        Department of English Undergraduate Colloquia Series.
        November 2016.

Invited Speaker: “The Shakespeare Authorship Question.”
        History Club, WSU.
        March 2016.

Invited Speaker: “’Shake-speare’ in Italy & Archival Spritzatura.”
        Seattle Shakespeare Oxford Society.
        October 2015.

Live Interviewer: Actors from Antony and Cleopatra.
        Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference.
        Ashland, Oregon; September 2015.

Invited Speaker: “’Shake-speare’ in Italy & Archival Spritzatura.”
        Department of English Colloquia Series.
        September 2015.

Invited Speaker: “The Shakespeare Authorship Question.”
        High-school English language classes in Mantua, Italy.
        June 2015.

Invited Speaker: “The Shakespeare Conspiracy.”
        WSU Retirees Association. Senior Center, City Hall.
        January 2015.

Webinar Lecturer: “Forbidden Shakespeare Studies.”
        School of Night. The Shakespeare Underground.
        Three interactive, online classes.
        November 2014.

Speaker: “The Shakespeare Authorship Question.”
        English Undergrad Colloquia Series.
        October 2014.

Invited Speaker for Classes Without Quizzes:
        “The Shakespeare Authorship Question.”
        WSU Alumni Association Fall Leadership Conference. 
   October 2014.

Master Class Lecturer: “The Shakespeare Hoax.”
        California Shakespeare Theater. 
July 2014.

Invited Speaker: “Being Wrong with Shakespeare.”
        Common Reading Lecture Series, WSU.
        April 2014.

Film Interview: Last Will. & Testament.
        1604 Productions. Portland, Oregon. April 2010.
        Showing on PBS stations November 2013 — .

Editorial Consultant: Monster Books for Children.
        Red Line Publishing. August 2013.

Instructor: “Shakespeare.”
        Cougar Quest: academic week-long summer camps
        for high school and junior high school students. July 2013.

Invited Speaker: “Shakespeare’s Perspective Art.”
        The Seattle Shakespeare Oxford Society. Kirkland, Washington. May 2013.

Panel Participant: “Approaches to Teaching Literature.”
        WSU English Graduate Organization Workshop.
        8 March 2013.

Workshop Presenter: “Motivating Students.”
        WSU Graduate School and Teaching Academy.
        January 2013.

Talk Radio Interview: “Zombies and Other Monsters.”
        AM 900 CHML, Hamilton, Ontario.
        31 October 2012.

Newspaper Interview: “Zombie craze mirrors modern-day anxieties.”
        WSU News  29 October 2012.

Invited Speaker: “Giant Insect Films.”
        WSU Entomology Department Film Marathon. March 2012.

Invited Speaker: “The Shakespeare Authorship Controversy.”
        Potlatch Public Library. February 2012.

Invited Speaker: “The Oxfordian Thesis.”
        Introduction for Kenworthy Theater showing: Anonymous.
        Moscow, Idaho. January 2012.

Workshop Instructor: “Assigning and Assessing Writing.”
        Graduate Student Workshop.
        WSU. January 2012.

Film Interview: Last Will & Testament.
        1604 Productions. Shown at the Globe Theatre, London,
        and various conferences. November 2011 – .

Television Interview: “Shakespeare and Anonymous.”
        KLEW Channel 3 News. Lewiston, Idaho.
        November 2011.

Newspaper Interview: “A Monster Mash of Culture.”
        Moscow-Pullman Daily News 31 October 2011: 1, 10A.

Newsletter Interview: “Prof in Documentary about ‘Anonymous’ Film.”
        WSU Today. October 2011.

Film Interview: On Literature and Science.
        Maya Lessov Productions. Moscow, Idaho.
        October 2011.

Invited Speaker: “The Oxfordian Borderlands.”
        The Seattle Shakespeare Oxford Society. Kirkland, Washington. May 2011.

Instructor: “Shakespeare.”
        Cougar Quest: academic week-long summer camps
        for high school and junior high school students. July 2010.

Invited Speaker: “Editing the Oxfordian Antony and Cleopatra.”
        The Seattle Shakespeare Oxford Society.
        Kirkland, Washington. May 2010.

Film Interview: Soul of the Age.
        1604 Productions. Portland, Oregon. April 2010.

Film Interview: Alan Green’s Holy Trinity Solution.
        Portland, Oregon. April 2010.

Instructor: “Shakespeare for Teens.”
        Cougar Quest: academic week-long summer camps
        for high school and junior high school students. July 2009.

Invited Speaker: “Edward de Vere’s The Tempest.”
        Pre-production lecture before the Seattle Shakespeare Company’s
        performance. Seattle Center, Washington. June 2009.

Magazine Interview: “The Wolves Are at the Multiplex Door.”
        by David Hiltbrand. Philadelphia Inquirer 8 February 2009: 1,3.

Newspaper Interview: “Monstrous Manifestations.”
        WSU Today 31 October 2008: 1,3.

Invited Speaker: “The Curse of the Mummy’s Text.”
        Common Reading Lecture Series, WSU.
        October 2008.

Invited Lecturer: “The Shakespeare Hoax.”
        Honors Student Advisory Council, WSU.
        April 2008.

Poster Designer: “The Oxfordian Edition of ‘Shake-speare’s’ Antony and Cleopatra.”
        Collaborative Project with English M.A. Student Jacob Hughes.
        WSU Academic Showcase Poster Session.
        March 2008.

Workshop Presenter: Graduate Teaching Workshop Series.
        WSU Graduate School and Teaching Academy.
        Spring 2008.

Consultant: “Résumés and Cover Letters.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conferences.
        Calgary, Alberta; October 2007.
        Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; October 2005.
        Boulder, Colorado; October 2004.
        Missoula, Montana; October 2003.
        Scottsdale, Arizona; October 2002.
        Vancouver, BC; October 2001.

Time Magazine Online Citation: “The Mystery of Shakespeare’s Identity.” http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/
        0,8599,1661619,00.html. 13 September 2007.

Newspaper Interview: “Shakespeare stirs age-old debate at WSU.”
        The Argonaut  2 October 2007: by Alfredo Barnaby.

Newspaper Interview: “WSU Prof takes ‘heretical’ view.”
        WSU Today Online  9 September 2007: by Robert Strenge.

Workshop Instructor: “Leading a Classroom Discussion.”
        Getting Connected: New Graduate Student Orientation.
        WSU; August 2007, August 2006.

Instructor: “Monsters in Literature and Film.”
        Cougar Quest: academic week-long summer camps
        for high school and junior high school students. July 2007.

Guest Speaker: “Editing Antony and Cleopatra and Teaching Shakespeare.”
        Seattle Oxford Society, Kirkland, Washington. June 2007.

Presenter: “The Shakespeare Authorship Controversy,” “Dinofilms.”
        Sample class demonstration for WSU recruitment of Libby School students.
 May 2007.

Poster Designer: “Shake-speare’s The Winter’s Tale as Tudor Family Allegory.”
        Collaboration with Honors undergraduate C. Watts.
        WSU Academic Showcase. March 2007.

Senior Project Advisor, Pullman High School.
        For Running-Start students.
        2007, 2006.

Honors Senior Thesis Advisor.
        Including students awarded with distinction:
        Chris Wang, Nate Hettick, etc.
        WSU, 2005.

Lecturer: “The Shakespeare Authorship Controversy.”
        Sponsored by the English Club and Sigma Tau Delta.
        October 2006, April 2006.

Instructor: “Shakespeare.”
        Cougar Quest: academic week-long summer camps
        for high school and junior high school students. July 2006.

Poster Designer: “The Mantuan Art of ‘Shake-speare’s’ Lucrece.”
        Washington State University Academic Showcase.
        March 2006.

Guest Speaker: “Lucrece.”
        Shakespeare Oxford Society of Seattle, Kirkland, Washington.
        August 2005.

Speaker: “Academic Success.” — Alive! at WSU.
        Summer Orientation sessions with parents of new students.
        June & July 2005.

Presenter: WSU Preview/Showcase.
        Sample class demonstrations for WSU recruitment.
        May 2005; March 2004; May 2003; April 2002, 2001, 1999.

Workshop Instructor: “Résumés and Cover Letters.”
        Rocky Mountain MLA Conference.
        Boulder, Colorado; October 2004.

Presenter: Discover Exceptional Academic Opportunities.
        Sample class demonstration for WSU recruitment
        of local high school students. June 2004.

Designer: Holland Library Atrium Display.
        Nine-panel display of the Shakespeare Authorship
        Controversy. March-April 2004.

Workshop Instructor: “Résumés and Cover Letters.”
        University of Idaho, Human Resource Development.
        February 2004, February 2003, March 2002.

Workshop Instructor: “Business Writing.”
        University of Idaho, Human Resource Development.
        January 2004; October 2002.

Instructor: “Popular Culture Studies.”
        Cougar Quest: academic week-long summer camps
        for high school and junior high school students. July 2004, July 2003.

Instructor: “Shakespeare.”
        Honors College Freshman Orientation sample classes.
        August 2003.

Lecturer: “The ‘Eat or Be Eaten’ Myth in Dinosaur Films.”
        Campus Involvement lunchtime lecture series.
        July 2003.

Presenter: “Inquiry Exercises” & “Making PowerPoint Interactive.”
        WSU Faculty Development Institute, Teaching Technologies.
        June 2003, October 2002, June 2002.

Instructor: “Shakespeare,” “Popular Culture.”
        Libby Honors Program at WSU: middle school students.
        May 2003.

Presenter: “Thinking with Shakespeare.”
        WSU Critical Thinking Project brown bag lunch talk.
        March 2003.

Panelist: “Page to Stage — On the Verge“; “Page to Stage — Front.
        University of Idaho Theatre Department Panel Discussion.
        February 2003, October 2002.

Speaker: “Visual Literacy, Popular Culture, and the University.”
        Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology Brown Bag.
        November 2002.

Guest Speaker: “Monsters.”
        WSU McCroskey Hall Coffee Hour.
        October 2002.

Newsletter Interview: “Michael Delahoyde: From the Island of Misfit Toys.”
        Skew 1.3 (Fall 2002): 4-5.

Guest Speaker: “Principles of Successful Monsters.”
        WSU Office of Campus Involvement Luncheon Series.
        May 2002.

Invited Lecturer: “Macbeth Dialogue.”
        Undergraduate English Club Lecture Series.
        November 2001.

Workshop Instructor: “Writting and it’s Impotance Everyday.”
        University of Idaho Organizational Development and Training.
        September 2001.

Workshop Instructor: “E-Mail Essentials.”
        University of Idaho Organizational Development and Training.
        September 2001.

Guest Speaker: “The ‘Eat or Be Eaten’ Myth in Dinosaur Films.”
        WSU Alumni, Inland Empire District, Spokane, Washington.
        February 2001.

Radio Interview: “Science Fiction Film.” KMAX–AM, Colfax, Washington.
        Saturday, 7 October 2000; 10:00 am. Prompted by my WSU/VPLAC
        Art a La Carte lecture on science fiction film.

Newspaper Interview: “Pullman film festival portrays dark visions for man.”
        Moscow-Pullman Daily News 10 October 2000: A1, 10.
        Prompted by my WSU/VPLAC lecture on science fiction film.

Newspaper Interview: “Sci fi guy: WSU prof shows films often were pretty good gauge of future.”
        Lewiston Morming Tribune
        6 October 2000: D1+. Report of my lecture on science fiction film
        for WSU/VPLAC Art a La Carte event.

Web-Published Interview: “Mummies: keeping taboos under wraps.” Discovery Channel Website. 13 April 2000.
        Web-published interview prompted by my “Monsters” website
        for the network to promote their mummy programming on tv.

Guest Speaker: “The ‘Eat or Be Eaten’ Myth in Dinosaur Films.”
        Moscow High School A.P. English Class, November 1999.

Guest Speaker: “The ‘Eat or Be Eaten’ Myth in Dinosaur Films.”
        Lewiston Rotary Club, Lewiston, Idaho, October 1997.

Guest Speaker: “Chaucer and Chaucer Studies.”
        Moscow High School, October 1995.

Speaker: “Designing Assignments for English 101.”
        Presentations to Washington State University composition instructors.
        1994-1995.

Guest Speaker: “Studying Popular Culture.”
        Troy High School, October 1992.

Humane Society of the Palouse Board of Directors.

  • Director, 1991-1992.
  • Chair, Education and Legislation Committee, 1992.
  • Fundraiser, Lentil and Pea Festival, 1991.

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Managing Editor, Brief Chronicles:
        Journal of the Shakespeare Fellowship, 2012 – .

Editorial Board Member, Brief Chronicles:
        An International Journal of Authorship Studies. 2008 – .

Editorial Board Member, The Oxfordian.
        The Shakespeare Oxford Society, 2006 – .

President’s Teaching Academy, WSU.
        Vice-Chair, 2008 – 2011.
        Elected Board Member, 2007 – .

Member, Department of English Contingent Faculty Committee.
        WSU, 2013 – 2014.

Chair, Department of English Scholarships and Awards
        Committee. WSU, 2005 – 2013.

Senior Editor, Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature and Rocky Mountain E-Review (RMMLA),
        1997– 2013.

Washington State University Faculty Senate.
        Representing non-tenured College of Liberal Arts
        and International Programs, 2008 – 2011.

Academic Advisor, Department of English.
        20+ English majors with teaching emphasis, 2005 – 2009.

Member, Department of English Scholarships and Awards
        Committee. WSU, 2001 – 2005.

Participant, Critical Thinking Project.
        WSU, 2002 – 2005.

Course Development: Honors English 298 — Research and Writing.
        Commissioned by Dean of Honors, Summer 2004.

Invited Editor/Reviewer for freshman composition readers,
        McGraw-Hill, West Publishing Co., others, 1995– .

Tutor, Washington State University Writing Lab: walk-ins, tutorial sessions, on-line.
        Summer 1998, Summer 1997.

English 101 Compact: Washington State University.
        Served on small committee writing the handbook
        for new teachers of composition. 1993-1994.

Correspondence Course: English 201.
        Co-revised correspondence course packet
        for writing research essays. 1994.

Millikin University’s Composition Handbook.
        Edited and wrote the department’s first handbook for future distribution to all composition students, 1989-90.
 

GRANTS & AWARDS

2019 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Research Grant.
        Oxfordian archival research in northern Italy.

2018 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Research Grant.
        Oxfordian archival research in northern Italy.

2018 Quarter-Century Club, WSU.

2017 Exceptional Professor Award, College of Arts & Sciences, ASWSU.

2017 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Research Grant.
        Oxfordian archival research in northern Italy.

2016 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Research Grant.
        Oxfordian archival research in northern Italy.

2015 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Research Grant.
        Oxfordian archival research in northern Italy.

The Michael Delahoyde Award for Distinguished Contributions in Editing.
        Established by the Rocky Mountain MLA, 2015.

2014 Department of English Contingent Faculty
        Summer Research Fellowship.

2010  Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference
        Award for Scholarship.

2007  Eagle Scout Mentor Award: from Walter Sheppard.

2005  Outstanding Thesis Advisor, Honors College, WSU

2005  Distinguished Teaching Award, English Department, WSU

2001– 2005.  Visible Knowledge Project Grant.
        Georgetown University.Research and publication on improving learning outcomes.

2001 – 2004. CO-TEACH Grant: Collaboration for Teacher Education Accountable to Children with High Needs.
        Development of web site for teachers of
        Humanities in the Ancient World and Mythology.

1996      Honors Student Advisory Committee’s Invited Lecturer

1996      Distinguished Teaching Award, English Department, WSU

1989      Rackham One-Term Dissertation Fellowship

1988      Patrides Memorial Dissertation Fellowshi

1983      Michigan English Teaching Apprenticeship

1983      Phi Beta Kappa