Amy N Bangerter

Amy N Bangerter

Amy N Bangerter

Adjunct Faculty

Asian American Literature and Culture, American Studies, Teaching Pedagogy

Selected Publications

Bangerter, Amy.  “The New Englandization of Yung Wing: Family, Nation, Region.”  Asian Americans in New England: Culture and Community, edited by Monica Chiu, University of New Hampshire Press, 2009, pp. 42-65. 

Courses Taught

ENGH 302N, 302M, and 302M online 

Education

Ph.D., American Literature, The George Washington University, 2005

Field of Study: Asian American Literature

Dissertation:  Chinese Youth and American Educational Institutions, 1850-1881 (Advisor: Dr. Patricia P. Chu)

M.A., English, Brigham Young University, 1998

Emphasis: Folklore

Thesis: Cross-Cultural Conversion Narratives: An American Missionary in Taichung, Taiwan (Advisor: Dr. Philip Snyder)

B.A., English, cum laude, Brigham Young University, 1995

A.A., English, summa cum laude, Ricks College, 1994

A.A., Russian, summa cum laude, Ricks College, 1994

Recent Presentations

Bangerter, Amy.  "Get Kahoot! the Pedagogical Utility of a Game-Based Learning Platform."   Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference, vol 9: Learning in a Digital World, September 22, 2017, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. 

Nelson, Amy.  “You’ve Got Mail!: The Personal Letter, the Act of Writing, and Japanese American Female Subjectivity.”  Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian American Studies, March 28 - April 1, 2001, Toronto, Canada.