Kevin Henderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
Faculty Coordinator for English
- ENGL 266: Creative Writing I - Fiction
- ENGL 301: Theory and Practice
- ENGL 303: Single Author: William Faulkner
- ENGL 311: Studies in Contemporary Literature
- ENGL 366: Creative Writing II - Fiction
- ENGL 375: Land and Literature
- ENGL 381: Southern Literature
Dr. Kevin Henderson has taught American and British literature, creative writing, genre studies, special seminars, and literary theory at Drury University for many years. In recent semesters, he has also served the Dean's office in an administrative capacity, assisting with assessment and liaison work between Day and CCPS programs. In addition to his professorship, he also serves as Faculty Coordinator for English.
Kevin is the author of several short stories, essays, and feature articles. He has read his fiction and criticism at numerous universities and conferences and will be presenting his scholarship on literature, film, and writing in the humanities at a conference in Washington, D.C. in Spring 2014. He is also a charter member of Drury's online programs and one of an original five to offer courses via this method of delivery. He has been honored as Drury's Outstanding Educator of the Year, serves on the Humanities Steering Committee and Continuing Studies Council, and is currently the Director of the Humanities Film Series at the Moxie. He is also serving Interim Director of the University Writing Center.
B.A., Southwest Missouri State University, 1993
M.A., Southwest Missouri State University, 1995
Ph.D. University of Missouri-Columbia, 2012
Drury University faculty member since 2005
Assistant Professor since 2013