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Ph.D. Kenneth M. ROEMER Professor, Department of English, University of Texas at Arlington

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1969-1970 Assistant Editor, American Quarterly & Teaching Assistant, American, Civ., University of Pennsylvania
1971-1974 Assistant Professor
1974-1982 Associate Professor
1975-1977 Assistant Dean, Graduate School, University of Texas at Arlington
1982-1983 Visiting Professor, Shimane University, Japan
since 1988 Visiting Professor, International Christian University, Japan & Senior Scientiest Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
since 1982 Professor of English, University of Texas at Arlington
since 1998 Distinguished Teaching Professor, University of Texas at Arlington

Memberships

Association for the Study of American Indian Lit (Vice President), 1998
Society for Utopian Studies (President), 2002-2006
ASA
Melville Society
Modern language Association (PMLA Advisory Board, Publications Comittee, Teaching Comittee)

Publications

The Obsolete Necessity: America in Utopian Writings, 1976
America as Utopia, ed., 1981
Approaches to Teaching Momaday's The Way to Rainy Mountain, ed., 1988
Native American Writers of the United States, ed., DLB, Vol.175, 1997
Michibata de Deatta Nippon (A Siewalker's Japan), 2002
Utopian Audiences: How Readers Locate Nowhere, 2003
The Cambridge Companion to Native American Literature, co-ed., 2005

Awards

Nominated for a Pulitzer in Am History, 1976
Writer of the Year (Reference Category) Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers & Storytellers, 1998
Academy of Distinguished Teachers Award, 1998
Outstanding Organization Advisor (Native American Student Association), 2003
Nominated for the Modern Language Association's Lowell Prize, 2004
Distinguisged Record of Research Award, 2004
Academy of Distinguished Scholars Award, 2005
Writer of the Year (Reference Category) Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers & Storytellers, 2008