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David Teague is a professor of English at the University of Delaware Associate in Arts Program in Wilmington. Dr. Teague serves on the board of the Delaware Humanities Forum, the Delaware Center for Justice, and is a Fellow in the Yale National Teacher's Initiative. He is currently associate director of the UD Associate in Arts Program, a UD Community Engagement Fellow, and a director of the Just Write! Wilmington initiative, a creative writing program for underserved children in Wilmington. He is a participant in 100 Men Reading, a local literacy collaborative, and developed the New Beginnings Community Garden with the YWCA Home-Life Management Center in Wilmington. Dr. Teague was also one of the founding members of the Wilmington 1968 project, a yearlong reflection on the National Guard's occupation of Wilmington after the riots following Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. Dr. Teague and his students worked with the Wilmington Archives Project to create a digital collection of photos and oral histories from Wilmington residents who had lived through the occupation in 1968.
B.A., Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas
M.A., Literature, the University of Virginia
Ph.D., Literature, University of Virginia
LEAD 100: Leadership, Integrity, and Change
ENGL 227: Creative Writing
ENGL 207: Intro to Poetry
Teague is the author of three books of literary criticism: The Southwest in American Literature: The Rise of a Desert Aesthetic, The Secret Life of John C. Van Dyke: Correspondence, 1890-1932, and The Nature of Cities.'
He is also the author of six books for children: Franklin’s Big Dreams, The Red Hat, Saving Lucas Biggs, Connect the Stars, Henry Cicada’s Extraordinary Elktonium Escapade, and How Oscar Indigo Broke the Universe and Put It Back Together Again.
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