Amy R. Gilmour

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