Jeanne Dubino PhD

RECAPP 2020 Award Winner. Dr. Jeanne Dubino is Professor of English and Global Studies. She has taught classes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and American, women’s, postcolonial and global, and travel literatures. She has taught in these and other areas in her numerous times teaching abroad, most recently in China and Kenya. All of her current teaching is in Global Studies, often cross-listed with Honors. Recent courses include: GLS 2000, Contemporary Global Issues; GLS 3580, Animal Planet; GLS 3750, Global Infrastructures; and GLS 4550, Senior Capstone. She has also taught a number of video-conferencing classes, which link ASU students with fellow students in China, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Austria.

There are 1 included publications by Jeanne Dubino PhD:

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Living With The Lost And Found: The Representation Of Stray Vs. Pet Dogs In Contemporary Global Short Fiction (Abstract Only) 2020 93 The French poet Charles Baudelaire praises homeless dogs over homebound dogs--pets. "Good" dogs are “those whom everyone drives away”; they are intelligent, “marvelously sharpened by necessity.” Kept dogs are fops, narcissistic, and foolish. Whereas ...