Scot Hinson, Ph.D.
Professor of English
Office: Hollenbeck Hall 120 (937) 327- 7067
D. Scot Hinson, an Americanist, teaches courses in Expository Writing, Basic Writing, and English as a Second Language, as well as Early American Literature and a course in literary value titled "Pulp Fiction." His primary interests are in contemporary American literature, and he has recently written on Toni Morrison and Leslie Marmon Silko (a Native American writer). Hinson also has interests in American film, popular culture, crime and detective fiction, African-American, Native American, and Chicano/a literature.
Other interests include tennis, painting, performance studies, and collecting Mexican folk art, primarily masks.