Scott Hicks

Dr. Scott Hicks

Scott Hicks

Professor and Teaching and Learning Center Director

Dr. Joseph B. Oxendine Administrative Building, 324

910.775.4032

About

Scott Hicks is professor of English and member of the Esther G. Maynor Honors College faculty at the University of North Carolina, Pembroke. A graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and Vanderbilt University, he teaches classes in African American literature, environmental literature, and first-year composition. With Jane Haladay, he is the co-editor of Narratives of Educating for Sustainability in Unsustainable Environments (Michigan State University Press, 2017). His research on African American and environmental literatures, teaching, and service-learning appears in American Literary HistoryArizona QuarterlyCallalooEnvironmental Humanities; Alan G. Braddock and Laura Turner Igoe's A Greene Country Towne: Philadelphia, Ecology, and the Material ImaginationIJEP: International Journal of ePortfolioISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature & EnvironmentJournal of American StudiesJournal on Excellence in College Teaching; Deborah Plant's New Critical Essays on Zora Neale HurstonNorth Carolina Literary ReviewResilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities; Laurie Grobman and Roberta Rosenberg's Service Learning and Literary Studies in EnglishStudies in Oral HistorySustainability & Climate Change; Amy Schrager Lang and Cecelia Tichi's What Democracy Looks Like: A New Critical Realism for a Post-Seattle World; and Christina Robertson and Jennifer Westerman's Working on Earth: Class and Environmental Justice. He has won awards at UNCP for excellence in teaching and service-learning, and he served as chair of UNCP's faculty senate from 2014 to 2016.