Dallas B. Boggs
Professor, English Department
Dallas B. Boggs, Ed.D., has been a member of the faculty since 1990. He is an adjunct assistant professor of English. Boggs teaches the composition and literature course, as well as a variety of other lower division courses including poetry, drama, the epic, and the gothic novel. He also teaches courses in travel literature, the literature of war, and a course in linguistics titled "The Development of the English Language."
Ed.D., University of San Diego, Educational Leadership
M.A., American University, Classical Literature
B.S., United States Naval Academy, Marine Engineering
Boggs served for thirty years as a naval aviator, achieving the rank of Captain.
Boggs' teaching interests are eclectic. They range from a strong interest in classical literature, with emphasis on Homer and on Greek drama, to Shakespeare, to modern British novelists such as George Orwell, Graham Greene, and Ian McEwan.