Dr. Marianna Krejci-Papa
campus phone: 3832
- Dr. Krejci-Papa has been teaching at ENC since 1999, but has been instructing in higher education virtually since graduation, at colleges including Yale, Stanford, the University of Maryland, and National University. At ENC she teaches courses such as Shakespeare, Foundations of Literature in English, and European Renaissance. She also offers “Theory to Practice: The Teaching of Literature” to English majors who have decided on a career in secondary or higher education. Dr. Krejci-Papa has given conference papers at the Modern Language Association Convention in Washington, D.C. and has conducted a number of interviews and written book reviews for Science and Spirit . She has also given workshops to other faculty on pedagogy at the Teaching Professor conference in New Orleans and Atlanta, seminar papers on Linguistics and Poetry at the Association for Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers conferences at Princeton University and the University of Georgia, and most recently a panel presentation on Thomas More at the Association of Core Texts and Courses annual meeting in Plymouth, MA. She lives in Wollaston, MA with her three children. Her oldest is a member of the class of 2019 at ENC.
- Ph.D in Renaissance Studies, Yale University
- A.B. in Classics and Comparative Literature, Brown University
- TESOL (Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certificate, College of Notre Dame