Associate Professor, English
Office: KO 228
Ann Cameron received her B.A. in Humanities and her M.A. in English from Michigan State University and her Ph.D. in English from Purdue University. She has been a faculty member at Indiana University Kokomo since 1977, where she teaches American literature, linguistics, children's and young adult literature, and English composition. She was named a recipient of the Claude Rich Excellence in Teaching Award in 1986 and has received both the Trustees' Teaching Award and the TERA Award for teaching excellence. She served as chairperson of the Humanities department and the Writing Director and is currently the Coordinator of the English program.
Dr. Cameron's book, Sidekicks in American Literature (2002), traces the evolution of companion characters in the 18th and 19th centuries, and she has written articles on, among others, Walt Whitman, Edward Taylor, William Gibson, James Fenimore Cooper, and Harold Frederic. She also has served as a field bibliographer for the MLA International Bibliography.