James Freeman

James Freeman
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  • Professor, composition and literature, Language & Literature
  • Academic Credentials: M.A. in English, emphasis in Teaching Writing, Humboldt University, Arcata, CA, 1980; BA in Philosophy, Reed College,Portland, OR, 1978; AA Shasta College, Redding, CA, 1976.
  • Office: Penn Hall 127
    Phone: (215) 968-8155 Ext: 8155
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Courses Taught

  • COMP107: Introduction to Academic Writing
  • COMP111: English Composition II
  • COMP115: Creative Writing I
  • COMP116: Creative Writing II
  • LITR232: American Literature from 1865
  • LITR246: Children's Literature
  • LITR255: World Literature II
  • LITR273: Introduction to Poetry
  • LITR277: Introduction to Short Fiction

Biography

James A. Freeman is a transplanted Shasta County, Californian, who, for thirty years, has taught Language & Literature at Bucks County Community College in Newtown, PA. Won the Alumni Association's Faculty Professional Development Award, 2006. The author of seventeen books, Mr. Freeman’s own favorite fiction titles are "Ishi’s Journey, from the Center to the Edge of the World" (Naturegraph), "Never the Same River Twice" (Charles B. McFadden), and "Irish Wake:In Loving Memory of Us All" (amazon.com).

"Philadelphia Inquirer" Books Editor Frank Wilson, in his Jan., ’06 review of the reissued "Ishi’s Journey" as his Sunday “Editor’s Pick,” said: “If this novel doesn’t make you smile and occasionally move you to tears, then you are in need of a heart transplant. It is a wise and wonderful book.”

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TEACHINGS

Bucks County Community College: Professor of Language and Literature, Newtown, PA, August, 1982-present. Teach Basic Writing, Introduction to Rhetorical Skills, English Composition I and English Composition II (Western American Literature theme), Creative Writing I and Creative Writing II. Also taught or teach American Literature II, Intro. to Poetry, Children’s Literature, Short Fiction, and World Literature II.

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