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Anne McCrary Sullivan

Professor Emeritus - Curriculum & Teaching / Qualitative Research Methodologies at Interdisciplinary Studies, NLU, Chicago (Emeritus) | Florida , United States of America

Subjects:
Creative Arts and Design, Education, Environmental Studies
Spoken languages:
French
Status:
Not currently available for mentoring.
Support Offered:
Article planning, Dealing with the publishing process, Language polishing/light editing, Medium/heavy editing, Presentation planning

Work

Subjects:
Creative Arts and Design, Education, Environmental Studies
Research Keywords:
Qualitative Research, Action Research, Education, Pedagogy, Environmental Education, Poetry, Poetic Inquiry, Literacy, National Parks, Relations of Art & Science, Arts Based Research
Biography:
Anne McCrary Sullivan holds an MFA in Poetry, a PhD in English Education, and a BA in French Language and Literature. She has extensive experience as a teacher (secondary, undergraduate, post-graduate), editor (National Council of Teachers of English), writer, and researcher. She specializes in qualitative research methodologies and has particular interest in arts-based methodologies and the epistemological intersections of art and science. She has a substantial publishing and presentation record in both academic and literary venues, including Harvard Educational Review (academic) and the Gettysburg Review (literary). She is a Florida Master Naturalist and is engaged with conservation issues, including issues related to national parks. During the 2012-2013 academic year, she was a Fulbright Scholar teaching qualitative research at the University of Calabar in Cross River State, Nigeria.
Profile website:
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Curriculum Vitae:
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