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Hodapp, William
Hodapp, William
Professor, ENG
English
Office: T4101A
Phone: (218) 723-5947
Email: whodapp@css.edu
 
Howell, Sasha
Howell, Sasha
Suprvsr/Designer, Costume Shop
Theater Productions
Office: CSSTheatre1020
Phone: (218) 723-7039
Email: showell@css.edu
 
 
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McQueary, Amanda
McQueary, Amanda
Coord, Educational Exp, NSG
SON Admin
Office: S3105B
Phone: (218) 723-6795
Email: amcquear@css.edu
 
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Ostrander, Tammy
Ostrander, Tammy
Professor, CTA
Communication, Theater and Art
Office: T4111
Phone: (218) 723-6173
Email: tostrand@css.edu
 
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Robinson, Jesse
Asst AD, Athl Comm & Game Mgmt
Sports Information Director
Office: BWC226
Phone: (218) 723-6643
Email: jrobinso@css.edu
 
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Seime, Kevin
Seime, Kevin
Designer/Director, Theatre
Theater Productions
Office: CSSTheatre2030A
Phone: (218) 723-6632
Email: kseime@css.edu
 


William Hodapp, PhD

William Hodapp is a Professor of English. He holds a Ph.D. in English language and literature from the University of Iowa, an M.A. in English from Minnesota State University, Mankato, and a B.A. in Humanities from Saint Mary's University. He has worked at the College since 1994, teaching a range of writing, literature, linguistics, and honors courses. He has also taught in the College's Irish Studies Program in Louisburgh, Ireland, four times (2000, 2006, 2011, 2018). In 2001 the Student Senate awarded him the Tassie McNamara Award for service to students; in 2001-2002 he was a visiting scholar at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge; and in 2012 he was a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar, participating in a seminar on the early printed book held in Antwerp, London, and Oxford. From January through May, 2015, he was a US Fulbright Scholar to the United Kingdom, working at Durham University, Durham, England. He received the CSS Excellence Award in Scholarly and Creative Activity in 2015.

Bill's research and writing center on medieval and early modern languages, literature, and culture and on cinematic medievalism. Since 1990, he has presented more than ninety papers and lectures at academic conferences and universities in the United States and in Europe and has published thirty journal articles and book chapters and fourteen reviews. In his book The Figure of Minerva in Medieval Literature (Boydell & Brewer, 2019), he examines appearances of the Roman goddess of wisdom in ancient and medieval literary texts. Currently, he is working on two projects: the first dealing with James I of Scotland's narrative poem The Kingis Quair; the second, with connections between liturgy and medieval drama. He serves as referee for several academic journals and has guest-edited issues for three: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching, Enarratio: Publications of the Medieval Association of the Midwest, and Listening: Journal of Religion and Culture. Bill coordinates the College's minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

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Sasha Howell, MEd

Sasha is a Costume Designer with the CTA Department and CSS’s Theatre program. She is also an instructor with the Dignitas program. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre (Costume Design emphasis) with a Minor in Studio Art. She also holds a Master’s in Education.

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Amanda McQueary, MA

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Tammy Ostrander, PhD

Tammy Ostrander is currently the chairperson for the Communication, Theatre, and Art department. She also served as dean of the School of Arts and Letters for 12 years, and the Honors Program Director for 10 years. She holds a PhD in Communication from The University of Missouri-Columbia specializing in persuasion, argumentation, and theatre. She also holds a BA and MA in English from Northeast Missouri State University (currently known as Truman State University) where she focused on dramatic literature and medieval literature. For the CTA Department, Tammy teaches Persuasion, Argumentation, Directing, Film and Literature, and directs one play every academic year. Tammy is also a member of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Before working at The College of St. Scholastica, she worked at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.   In her free time, Tammy is dedicated to the arts: a musician (both a singer and a pianist), a theatre director, and an actor. She also enjoys exercising, quilting, reading, cooking, and the cinema.

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Kevin Seime, MFA

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