Christine Harvey Horning, PhD


NTT Assistant Professor


Office Hours Spring 2019:

Monday 12:00-1:30 Online

Tuesday 4:00-5:00

Thursday 12:30-3:30

Location:  Maaske Hall 226



Christine Harvey Horning is an adjunct assistant professor in the Criminal Justice Department at Western Oregon University, and has also been a member of its English Studies Department.  She has taught in Writing Programs at UC-Davis, the University of Oregon, and UC-Santa Barbara, whose focus was Writing Across the Curriculum.  Bringing that emphasis to Western, she has developed writing courses specifically for CJ majors in professional (workplace) writing and writing about social justice issues.

Ph.D. University of California-Davis:  American Literature

M.A.  University of California-Davis: Literature

B.A., summa cum laude, Michigan State University: English, minor in History


Christine has presented at numerous literature conferences on American naturalist authors and African American authors as well as at the Oregon Rhetoric and Composition Conference (2012) on “Forging a Link: Freshman Writing & Criminal Justice.”  She has published articles on Frank Norris in Resources for American Literary Study and American Literature Realism, 1870-1910, and entries on Gloria Naylor in Identities and Issues in Literature.