About Dominic Meo
Dominic Meo earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Language, Literature, and Writing from Eastern Michigan University—where he double-majored with an Interdisciplinary Major in Children's Literature and Drama/Theatre for the Young. He continued at EMU to get his Masters of Arts in Literature. While pursuing his MA, Dominic served as President of the English Graduate Student Association and as the Editorial Intern for the Journal of Narrative Theory's Volume 48.3.
Dominic recently joined WCC and currently teaches Composition II, using his experience from instructing courses in Children's Literature, Composition, and Writing.
BA (University Honors), Language, Literature, and Writing — Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, Michigan)
- Editorial Intern: “Women’s Experimental Forms." Journal of Narrative Theory: Volume 48.3 (2018), https://journalofnarrativetheory.wordpress.com/volume-48-3-womens-experimental-forms/.
- Co-author (with Dr. Elisabeth Däumer): “T. S. Eliot Bibliography: 2015 and 2016.” The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual: Volume 2 (December 2018), Clemson University Press, https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-t-s-eliot-studies-annual-9781942954545.
- Author: “‘A Merrier World’: Small Renaissances Engendered in J. R. R. Tolkien’s Legendarium.” Senior Honors Theses, (2017), http://commons.emich.edu/honors/555.