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Peter M. Coogan

Communication Lab Coordinator

Washington University

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Washington University

One Brookings Drive

St. Louis, Missouri,63130

United States

Company Description

Washington University in St. Louis is a medium-sized, independent research university dedicated to challenging its faculty and students alike to seek new knowledge and greater understanding of an ever-changing, multicultural world. The university is counted am... more.

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Employment History

Editor

Academic Coaching and Writing LLC


Director of Internal Operations

Institute for Comics Studies


Affiliations

San Diego Christian College

Moderator of the Comics Arts Conference


Justice League

Member


CAC

Co-Founder


APA

Member of the Electronic References Advisory Committee


Education

MA

popular culture

Bowling Green State University


PhD

American Studies

Michigan State University


Web References(87 Total References)


ACW Coaches | ACW Consultants

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Peter Coogan
Peter Coogan Peter has read approximately 10,000 pieces of student writing as a college teacher, writing center coach, and writing consultant, and he has worked for Academic Coaching and Writing as an editor since 2008. He specializes in helping students enter and succeed in the academic discourse community and has a particular expertise in the American Psychological Association's formatting and referencing style. He served as a member of the APA's electronic references advisory committee and provided feedback on the 2008 revision of the APA electronic references style guide. He specializes in working with faculty and students on assignment literacy-writing, reading, and understanding assignments and the assignment process-and has given talks and conducted workshops on assignment literacy at colleges in the Midwest. Peter originated two pedagogical techniques that have markedly improved student performance when applied-assignment templating and color-coded commenting. In addition to working with ACW clients, Peter is the Communication Lab Coordinator for the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. He earned his MA in popular culture at Bowling Green State University and his PhD in American Studies at Michigan State University. He is a nationally known expert on comics and superheroes.


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"Superman in the 1930s was idealistic - a super New Dealer," says Peter Coogan, who teaches a course in comic book studies at Washington University in St. Louis.
By the 1950s the last son of Krypton was a stolid, dependable establishment figure, says Professor Coogan, who adds that the hero in "Superman: The Movie" in 1978 served as an antidote to the disillusionment of the 1970s. This latest "Man of Steel" movie positions Superman as a realistic figure, he says.


www.csmonitor.com

"Superman in the 1930s was idealistic - a super New Dealer," says Prof. Peter Coogan, who teaches a course in comic book studies at Washington University in St. Louis.
By the 1950s the caped crusader was a stolid, dependable establishment figure, says Professor Coogan, who adds that in "Superman: The Movie" in 1978 he served as an antidote to the disillusionment of the 1970s. This latest Man of Steel positions Superman as a realistic figure, he says.


academiccoachingandwriting.org

Peter Coogan
Peter Coogan Writing Consultant and Editor Peter has read approximately 10,000 pieces of student writing as a college teacher, writing center coach, and writing consultant, and he has worked for Dissertation Doctor as a dissertation consultant since 2008. He specializes in helping students enter and succeed in the academic discourse community and has a particular expertise in the American Psychological Association's formatting and referencing style. He served as a member of the APA's electronic references advisory committee and provided feedback on the 2008 revision of the APA electronic references style guide. He specializes in working with faculty and students on assignment literacy-writing, reading, and understanding assignments and the assignment process-and has given talks and conducted workshops on assignment literacy at colleges in the Midwest. Peter originated two pedagogical techniques that have markedly improved student performance when applied-assignment templating and color-coded commenting. In addition to working with ACW clients, Peter teaches at Webster University and Washington University in St. Louis, including the graduate theory and methodology course for the American Culture Studies Program at Washington University. He earned his MA in popular culture at Bowling Green State University and his PhD in American Studies at Michigan State University. He is a nationally known expert on comics and superheroes.


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Peter Coogan, Washington University, USA


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