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Hutton Honors College

 — Indiana University

  Edward Gubar

Lecturer, Hutton Honors College, Director, Publications and Undergraduate Grant Program, Hutton Honors College;
M.F.A., University of Iowa, Fiction, 1969; M.A., English, 1972

Edward Gubar has taught at IU since 1983, mainly writing and literature, first in the School of Journalism, then in journalism and honors, and, since 2008, entirely for the Hutton Honors College. Recent courses include Ideas & Experiences II; Media, Politics, and Elections; Reading and Writing Short Fiction; Journalists in Fact, Fiction, and Film; 1963-74-Assassination to Impeachment; Transformations & Metamorphoses; and Global Identities.
He also advises Labyrinth, the Honors College literary magazine; oversees the Hutton Honors College Undergraduate Grant Program and the Edward L. Hutton International Experiences Program; and manages most Honors College publications. He has also chaired the Hutton Honors College Scholarship Committee several times and served as acting dean of the Honors College during 2002. His fiction, nonfiction, and journalism have appeared in a variety of small magazines, including the North American Review, Minnesota Review, College English,and Confrontation, and in more than 25 newspapers. He has received an NEH National College Teaching Fellowship, as well as numerous grants from the Indiana Committee for the Humanities.

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