Alayne Peterson

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Alayne Peterson

Associate Professor
English

Classroom Building, Room 229

alayne.peterson@uwc.edu
(920) 929-1196
Office Hours / Schedule 

Office Hours are usually in the early morning.

Times after 2:00 pm and on Fridays by prior appointment only.

Spring 2016 Class Schedule:

MW 9:30-10:45 ENG 102 Critical Writing, Reading, and Research
MW 11:00-12:15 ENG 272 American Literature Survey

TR  8:00-9:15 ENG 102 Critical Writing, Reading, and Research
TR 11:00-12:15 ENG 203/204 Creative Writing I and II

Statement 

Alayne Peterson became a faculty member at UW-Fond du Lac in the fall of 2005. Prior to that time she taught for one year as an English lecturer at UW-Fond du Lac and has also taught at Marquette University, UW-Waukesha, UW-Washington County, Columbia College in Chicago, Terra Community College in Ohio, and the University of Toledo.

From 2006 to 2009, Alayne served as the Engaging Students in the First Year (ESFY) coordinator on campus and was one of the faculty who taught the two day LEC 100 seminar class "Frankenstein" in the fall of 2005.

Alayne is interested in technology and its impact on our society--her English 102 class is called "Considering the Future" and is designed to encourage students to consider our technologically mediated lives. She has been the Associate Campus Chair of the English department since 2005.

Alayne has presented regularly at the International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts, and will be giving her paper "Post-Apunkalypse Fury Tales: George Miller, Mad Max, and the End of Childhood" at the 37th meeting in March 2016.

Her poems have appeared in Poetry Quarterly, Verse Wisconsin, the Front Range Review and others.

Alayne lives along the Ice Age Trail and enjoys gardening, swimming, and reading anything William Gibson writes.

Curriculum Vitae 
Education 

MFA, Creative Writing, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1999
MA, English Literature, University of Toledo, 1996
BA, cum laude in Philosophy and English Literature, Hiram College, 1993