Faculty and Staff
Mary Hjelm, Ph.D.
|Title:||Professor of English
|Department:||Palmetto College Columbia
901 Sumter Street
Dr. Hjelm holds a PhD in English from Washington State University and has been a member of the USC faculty since 2002. Her academic specialty is in Shakespearean Drama, particularly the comedies. She teaches in Palmetto Programs.
Review. “Spectrums of Shakespearean Crossdressing: The Art of Performing Women by Courtney Bailey Parker, Routledge Studies in Shakespeare, New York and London, Routledge, 2020.” Shakespeare. 16(2), 219-220. Published online: 29 Mar 2020. Shakespeare, DOI: 10.1080/17450918.2020.1740309.
“Not Your Professor’s Hamlet.” London, UK. August 2015. Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies, January, 2016.
“Shakespeare Had a Plan.” Journal of the Georgia Philological Society. Volume 5: June 2015, 52-76.
“Review.”The Psychology of Social Class in the Fiction of Russell Banks, Denis Johnson, and Harry Crews" by David Buehrer.” Journal of the Georgia Philological Society. Volume 5: June 2015, 111.
With Chris Nesmith. “Teaching Democratic Citizenship: Theory versus Practice.” Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference Proceedings. 2011. http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/ijsotl/conference/proceedings/2011/papers.htm
With Ronald L. Baker. “Evaluating Individual Student Learning: Implications from Four Models of Assessment.” Learning Abstracts 4(3). In O’Banion, Terry, and Wilson, Cynthia D., eds. Focus on Learning: A Learning College Reader. Phoenix: League for Innovation in the Community College. 2011.
With Arthur H. Mitchell. Building on a Dream: The Salkehatchie Story, 1965-2006. University of South Carolina, 2006
With Gordon A. Crews and John Purvis. “The Emerging Problem of Preppie Gangs in America.” Handbook of Juvenile Justice: Theory and Practice, Eds. Barbara Sims and Pamela Preston. Marcel Dekker, Inc. 2006.
With Ronald L. Baker. “Evaluating Individual Student Learning: Implications from Four Models of Assessment.” Learning Abstracts 4(3): 2001. Cynthia D. Wilson, ed. League for Innovation in the Community College: Phoenix; 2010.
Review. “Life in Tudor Times: Films for the Humanities and Sciences.” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature. 55:1 (Spring 2001): 93-94.
Review. “Shakespeare’s Promises by William Kerrigan.” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature. 54:2 (Fall 2000): 101-103.
“Community Players Take on The Taming of the Shrew.” The Idaho Falls Chamber News. March 2000 3:2, 4.
Review. “The Art of Shakespeare's Sonnets by Helen Vendler." The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature. 53:1 (Spring 1999): 105-107.
“The Play’s The Thing: Recreation and Re-Creation Games in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew.” A British Studies Sampler: Selected Papers and Proceedings from the Northwest Conference on British Studies Silver Anniversary Meeting 1993, Richard D. Fulton, ed. Cannell Library, Clark College: Vancouver, WA; 149-164.
“TA’s in the Classroom.” The NAU Lumberjack. September 19, 1990, A2.