My “curriculum vitae,” the academic world’s Latin term (meaning “course of one’s life”) for “resume,” is — as is everyone’s — a work in progress. I like the Latin phrase, first, because it’s not the homograph that “resume” is, but more because it literally reflects the work-in-progress aspect of one’s life, suggesting that only when finished (at death) does the course cease. This CV is my whole enchilada geared to teaching, which is what I’ve been doing full-time for the past eight years, rather than a more general resume or one customized for specific jobs outside of education.

Anyway, click the thumbnail below to see the most recent snapshot of my location along that course.

If you’re interested in my briefer “snapshot” resume geared more specifically to writing, please click on the image below to download a PDF version of that.