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McInnes, Marion K. (Marnie), Ph.D.

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Professor of English and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Marnie McInnes teaches courses on a range of topics at DePauw University.  This fall, she’s teaching a first-year seminar called “Reflections on Photography,” an upper-level literature course on Walt Whitman, and two workshops for students who are applying for the Fulbright, Gates-Cambridge, Goldwater, Udall, and Truman Scholarships.  Other special topics courses that Marnie has designed and taught recently include an Honor Scholar humanities seminar on Haiti, and a women and literature course titled “Science, Nature, Environment.” 

In January 2015, Marnie will join Kevin Kinney in the Biological Sciences department to offer one of DePauw’s new Extended Study courses.  The course will take place in the Galapagos Islands, where students will study, explore, and write about their experiences. 

 This fall, Marnie has joined the Environmental Fellows Steering Committee, and continues her term on DePauw’s Internal Grants Committee.  She also continues work on essays that bring together her eclectic interests in photography, poetry, and geology.

Marnie received her B.A. from Stanford University and her Ph.D. in English Literature from Yale.