- Ph.D. English. Concentration in Modern Britishâ€”Irish Drama. 1994. University of North Texas. Denton, TX
- M.Ed. Secondary Ed/Drama. 1984. North Texas State University. Denton, TX
- B.A. Journalism/Theatre. 1978. Stephen F. Austin State University. Nacogdoches, TX
- INQ 100 Magic of Myth in Literature and Film
- IWC 100
- English 160 Global Literature and the Human Experience
- English 220 Human Values in British and American Literature
- English 300 May Seminar: British Heritage, The Celtic Connection
- English 380 Nobel Winning Literature
- English 346 From Empire to Independence: British Literature, 1837-present
- English 451 Approaches to Texts and Contexts: Postcolonial Literature
- GS 118 Culture, Identity, and Dialogue: An Introduction to Global Studies
- English 439 Film and Literature
Twentieth-century British/global literature, Irish literature, Postcolonial theory, and Drama
Secretary, International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures (IASIL)
Humanities Councilor, Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)
Faculty Secretary and Faculty Executive Council, Concordia College
Recent Projects and Achievements:
Professor Duncan's book on Irish drama, which is titled Language, Identity, and Postcolonial Playwriting, is now available, published by Edwin Mellen Press in 2003. She also published a chapter titled "A Flexible Foundation: Constructing a Postcolonial Dialogue" in the book on Postcolonial Theory, Relocation Postcolonial. The book was published by Blackwell in 2002. In the summer of 2003, she also delivered a paper, "Compassionate Contact: When Irish Playwrights Reach Out for Others," in Debrecen, Hungary, at the International Association for the Study of Irish Literature and served as the U.S. representative to the Executive Council. At that annual conference, participants elected Duncan secretary of the international organization for a three-year term. Also for that organization, Duncan presented at a conference in Sao Paolo, Brazil, in 2002. Duncan's additional presentations include the American Conference for Irish Studies in Milwaukee and the Association of Core Texts and Courses in Montreal.
- Irish Myth, Lore, and Legend on Film. Oxford: Peter Lang, Ltd. 2013.
- Making Brew Matter: A Curriculum for the 21st Century. Co-edited with Gregg Muilenburg. Concordia College, 2010.
- Service-Learning Companion. Co-authored with Joan Kopperud. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 2008.
- “Irish Myth Goes Global In America” published in Ireland in Drama, Film, and Popular Culture. Vienna: University Press, 2011.
- “Reimagining Wilde in the West, or How Irish Miners Refin(e)d an Irish Aesthete” published in A Garland of Words: Festschrift in Honour of Maureen Murphy. Sao Paulo: University Press, 2011.
- “From Beirut to Belfast: Conal Morrison Stages Issues of Justice” published in Irish Studies across Cultures and Continents: Festschrift in Honour of Csilla Bertha and Donald E. Morse. Debrecen: University Press, 2011.
- “A Postcolonial Perspective on Shaw’s Border-Crossing Saint Joan” published in Irish Drama. São Paulo: Asspcoaçāo Editorial Humanitas, 2008.
- “From Contemplation to Commitment: Framing the First-Year Service Learning Experience in a Global Studies Course” published in Civic Engagement in the First Year of College. Co-authored with Joan Kopperud. 2008.