ProfCrisis

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    Username : ProfCrisis
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    Gender : male
    Education :

    -PhD in English, major US research university
    -MA with distinguished honors in English, major US research university
    -BA with high honors in English, major US research university


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    Location : Pennysylvania

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    QUALIFICATIONS:

    I am a professor in English, Rhetoric, and Composition at a major research university in the United States. I have published academic articles on literature, and I have years of teaching experience in rhetoric/composition, literature, and business communication. I have a deep familiarity with excellent undergraduate and graduate writing in the humanities, with an emphasis on clean, concise prose. My research focus is anglophone literary modernism, but I have ample writing and research experience in a broad range of disciplines at a general-education level.



    WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE MY BID: You'll be happy you did.

    My bid may not be the cheapest, but it is the most honest and the most bang for your buck. Unfortunately, not all writers will practice the utmost attention to detail and thoroughness that I dedicate to every single project. I always try to price my work fairly, based on the amount of time that will be necessary to give you EXACTLY what you need for the assignment.

    Think of it like buying a car. A used car will be cheaper at first, but it is bound to hit you with stressful, potentially costly problems sooner rather than later. In the end, it could cost more just to fix all the problems. I am selling you a brand new car: a stress-free joyride that does exactly what you want it to without any ugly surprises.


    SOME AREAS OF EXPERTISE (a non-exhaustive list)
    Rhetoric/composition, argument essays
    Literary history
    Literary theory
    American history
    Political science
    Human geography
    Film studies
    Cultural studies
    Anthropology
    Psychology
    Feminist criticism / gender studies
    African-American studies / race theory
    Philosophy of language
    Ethics
    Admissions essays