Suzanne McClure

Thesis Title: Oppositional language as thematic signals in the novels of D.H. Lawrence: A corpus-based examination

Research Interests: Corpus Stylistics; Oppositeness; Modernist Literature


2016, MA Applied Linguistics, University of Liverpool

1991, MBA Information Technology, University of Toledo

1986, BBA Information Technology, University of Toledo

Teaching Experience:

September 2017 to January 2021: University of Liverpool, Seminar Tutor, Engl101, Engl105, Engl110, and Engl116

1995 to 2000: Bowling Green State University, College of Business, Dept. of Management Information Systems, University Instructor

Selected Publications:

Test Guide to Accompany Introduction to Information Technology, New York: John Wiley and Sons, June 2000

Bringing Senior Citizens into the Information Age,, May 2000

Convertible Bond Calls and the Institutional Demand Hypothesis, Co-Author, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 1992 Professional Network:

Supervisors: Dr. Paul Simpson and Dr. Victorina Gonzalez-Diaz