Dr. John Mercer
Professor of English
Northeastern State University
To learn, and at due times to share what one has learned, is it not after all a pleasure?
Office: Northeastern State University – Broken Arrow, BALA 280
Northeastern State University – Broken Arrow
3100 E. New Orleans St.
Broken Arrow, OK 74014
Fax for faculty in Liberal Arts building: 918-449-6571
Office Hours for Spring 2014
Tuesday & Wednesday 3:00-4:30, 7:10-8:00 p.m.
Thursday 5:00-7:20, 10:00-11:00 p.m.
English Education Project
NSU’s English Education specialist, the contact person for questions about the English Education Project and other English Education requirements, is Ms. Connie Henshaw (email@example.com or 918-444-4502).
Documents for all classes
These documents are also posted in Blackboard in the folder “Documents for All Classes.”
Extra-Credit Submission Form, Version 1
Extra-Credit Submission Form, Version 2 (if you can’t access Version 1)
Fall Intersession 2014 class (July 19, July 26-August 2, 2014)
ENGL 4**3/5**3, THTR 4343, HUM 4003:
Spring 2014 classes
All course documents are posted on Blackboard at https://nsuok.blackboard.com.
Fall 2013 classes
ENGL 4993: English Capstone Experience
Spring 2013 classes
ENGL 4623/5653: Emily Dickinson
Spring 2012 classes
ENGL 3413: World Literature
ENGL 3653: English Literature II
ENGL 4663: History of the English Language
ENGL 4603/5413 & AMST 5833: American Drama
Fall 2011 classes
ENGL 4203: Shakespeare: Histories and Comedies
ENGL 5583: Studies in Shakespeare
Spring 2011 classes
ENGL 4313 / 5583: Shakespeare: Tragedies
ENGL 4693 / 5613 & AMST 5843: Mark Twain
Fall 2010 classes
ENGL 3543: English Literature I
Summer Intersession 2009 class
Study Away: Shakespeare
Spring 2009 classes
ENGL 4603/5613 & AMST 5853: American Drama
Summer Intersession 2008
ENGL 4333/5413: Study Away: Shakespeare
Slide Show of Trip to Oregon Shakespeare Festival
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Trip,” then on
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Spring 2007 classes
ENGL 3033: Types of Literature
ENGL 4123: Advanced Composition I
We never know how high we are
Till we are asked to rise
And then if we are true to plan
Our statures touch the skies”
Emily Dickinson, #1176