Charlie Gleek is a scholar, writer, and teacher working at the interdisciplinary nexus of the History of Books and Reading and American Literature and Culture. Charlie’s recent essays appear in The Chattahoochee Review and Penumbra: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Critical Inquiry.
Charlie’s research explores numerous threads in the late poet Jane Kenyon’s archive at the University of New Hampshire, including the print cultural practices and textual conditions of Kenyon’s ephemera, verse, and prose.
Dr. Gleek earned his Ph.D. in Comparative Cultures, Languages, and Literatures from Florida Atlantic University and holds an Ed.D in Educational Leadership from Lynn University. As an Instructor in the Department of English at Florida Atlantic University, Charlie teaches students taking writing and literature courses, with keen attention towards understanding books as aesthetic, technological, and cultural objects.
EducationPh.D., Comparative Studies: Cultures, Languages & Literatures, Florida Atlantic University.
Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Lynn University.
Work Shared in CORE
Daniella Hernandez and Charlie Gleek, “Manifestations of Faith in Southern Literature
,” Florida Atlantic University Undergraduate Research Journal,
10 (Spring 2021): 25-28.
“This is It: A Review of Larry Brown’s Tiny Love: The Complete Stories,” The Chattahoochee Review
40, no. 1 (Spring 2020).
“Kant We Hegel Our Way Out of This? The Problem of People in Postcolonial Studies.” Penumbra
5, (2018) https://unionpenumbra.org/article/kant-we-hegel-our-way-out-of-this-the-problem-of-people-in-postcolonial-studies/
Robert Murphy and Charlie Gleek. Pearson Baccalaureate Essentials: Global Politics
. Essex: Pearson Education, 2016.
“Understanding Student Engagement During Simulations in IB Global Politics.” i.e.: inquiry in education
, vol. 7, no. 1 (2015) http://digitalcommons.nl.edu/ie/vol7/iss1/6
“To Grade, or Not to Grade,” IB World Magazine
“Teachers as Researchers: Changing the Dynamics of Professional Development.” Education Week: Work in Progress
, 4 February 2015, http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/work_in_progress/2015/02/teachers_as_researchers_changi.html
“Another World Even More Beautiful Than This One,” Creative Nonfiction essay derived from archival research at the Jane Kenyon Papers, 1961-1995, MC 164, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
“Hands In Each Other’s Pockets,” Creative Nonfiction essay derived from archival research at the Jane Kenyon Papers, 1961-1995, MC 164, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
MembershipsMLA: The Modern Language Association