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English Faculty — Carol Lipszyc

Photo of Carol LipszycAssociate Professor

Carol Lipszyc earned a Doctorate of Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Her book of poems, Singing Me Home, was published by Inanna Press, York University, 2010, and a Literacy/ESL Reader with chants entitled People Express was published by Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1996. Select poems, prose and book reviews have been published in Rhythm Poetry Magazine, Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal, Parchment, Midstream, English Quarterly, and Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme. Arts-based educational chapters and articles have been published in English in Aotearoa. New Zealand Association for the Teaching of English, The Quest for Meaning: Narratives of Teaching, Learning and the Arts (Sense Publishers) and The Camp Narratives of Internment and Exclusion (Cambridge Scholars). Dr. Lipszyc has taught ELA content methods courses and creative writing at SUNY Plattsburgh.

 

Education

  • Ed.D. University of Toronto

Teaching Areas

  • ELA content methods courses
  • Creative writing

Recent Publications

  • Singing Me Home, was published by Inanna Press, York University, 2010
  • People Express was published by Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1996
  • Select poems, prose and book reviews have been published in:
    • Rhythm Poetry Magazine
    • Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal, Parchment, Midstream, English Quarterly
    • Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme
  • Arts-based educational chapters and articles have been published in:
    • "Writing Autobiography: Holistic Learning in Pre-Service Teacher Education." English in Aotearoa. New Zealand Association for the Teaching of English. October, 2010. Issue no. 72. 58-68.
    • "Autobiography as Genesis: Linking the Student, Writer and Teacher in Us All." The Quest for Meaning: Narratives of Teaching, Learning and the Arts. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2009. 149-160.
    • “The Anatomy of a Short Story – Reconstructing a Narrative of Trauma.” The Camp Narratives of Internment and Exclusion. Newcastle, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2007. 405-424.

Contact Carol Lipszyc

Office: Champlain Valley Hall 208
Phone: (518) 564-5151
Email: clips001@plattsburgh.edu