Amy R. Gilmour

Lecturer Department of English Office Location: AD 314 Phone: (210) 835-7225

University English instructor of Composition, Rhetoric, World Literature, American Literature, and Literary Theory.

  • University of Texas at San Antonio, Doctoral Program in Rhetoric and American Literature, ABD
  • St. Mary's University, San Antonio, Texas, Distinguished Graduate, English, Summa Cum Laude, M.A.
  • University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, Distinguished Undergraduate in the Study of English, The Bernard O’Halloran Prize for English, B.A.
  • University of the Incarnate Word, CHASS and School of Professional Studies
  • Trinity University
  • St. Mary's University
  • University of Texas, San Antonio
  • Alamo Community Colleges
  • Book Review: Elizabeth Harris’s Mayhem. Special to the San Antonio Express-News.
  • Publication: “San Antonio Book Festival Cheat Sheet.” Special to The San Antonio Current.
  • Artist Statement: “Love Letters Lost.” Collaborator/Writer. Refarm Spectacle.
  • Art Criticism: “Reconstructing the Mundane.” Online Review.
  • Book Review: Joyce Carol Oates’ Black Girl/White Girl: A Novel, Special to the San Antonio Express-News.
  • Book Review: Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape, edited by Barry Lopez, Special to the San Antonio Express-News.

2018 recipient, UIW Adjunct Faculty Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Mission of the English Department

  • Cornell University School of Criticism and Theory, Ithaca, New York, Diploma of Completion.
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute: "Traversing Borders: A Southwestern Studies Institute," Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, Diploma of Completion.
  • University College (Ireland), James Joyce Summer School, Dublin, Ireland, Diploma of Completion.

Faculty Sponsor, UIW 's annual Frederick Douglass Day Readathon

  • Classical and Contemporary Rhetoric
  • Composition Pedagogy
  • American Literature
  • Irish literature and James Joyce
  • The literature of landscape
  • The philosophy of space
  • Multicultural literature
  • Issues of Social Justice
  • Composition I, ENGL 1311
  • Composition II, ENGL 1312
  • World Literature, ENGL 2310