Miriam Windham

Miriam Windham

Professor of English and TESOL

Office: Timothy Hall, Office 29
Extension: 2292
Email: mwindham@lincolnchristian.edu

  • PhD, Illinois State University, residency completed
  • Graduate Academic TESOL Certificate
  • MS, Illinois State University
  • BS, Elizabeth City State University
  • TESOL Program Director
  • Illinois TESOL Bilingual Education(ITBE)
  • TESOL, Inc. (international)
  • Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA)
  • Christian Community Development Association
  • Observed and participated in ESL/EFL classes in Dallas, TX; Seattle, WA; Chicago, IL; Boston, MA;Manchester, NH; Champaign, IL; Bloomington/Normal, IL; Springfield, IL and Luang Prabang, Laos.
  • Taught summer courses for families of international students at Lincoln Christian University
"Longings, Departures and Hope in The Wild Iris: A Cognitive Reading." Delivered at the International Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA) Annual Conference, New York University, July 26, 2004.
  • ID 201 Ancient Civilizations
  • ID 202 From Early Church to the Medieval World
  • ID 301 The Emerging Modern World
  • ID 302 The Modern and Postmodern World
  • ES 620NET Theoretical Foundation of TESOL
  • ES 622NET Introduction to Linguistics
  • ES 623NET Cross-Cultural Aspect of TESOL
  • ES 700NET TESOL Practicum
  • Married to R. Neal Windham, Professor of Spiritual Formation, Lincoln Christian University
  • Two children: Luke and Charis
  • One grandchild: Whittaker Neal Windham