Monday and Wednesday: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
or by appointment or Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Eng 101-000A, 000B & 000C / English Composition
Eng 201-000A / Advanced English Composition
Eng 335-049Y / Non-Western Literature
Eng 101-000C / English Composition
Eng 202-000A / Appreciation of Literature
Eng 301-000A / Traditional Grammar
Dr. Zachary Killebrew came to Peru State College in 2020 after leaving his position
as a Teaching Assistant at Northern Illinois University where he taught courses in
writing, grammar, and literature and supported students through tutoring, conferencing
and study groups. Other courses he has taught include Rhetoric and Composition, Writing
for Publication, and Research Methods.
Dr. Killebrew served as the Executive Officer for the University Graduate Colloquium
Committee and has served as a First-Year Composition Mentorship Program Mentor and
First-Year Composition Program Assessment Assessor. He has been active in publishing
and book reviews and has mentored beginning Graduate Assistants. While at NIU, he
has managed on-line learning communities and analyzed student data.
Dr. Killebrew received his Bachelor of English from Illinois Wesleyan University,
his Master of English and PhD in English from Northern Illinois University.
“‘A Poor, Washed Out, Pale Creature’: Passing, Dracula, and the Jazz Age Vampire.”
vol. 44, no. 3, (Fall 2019), pp.112-28.
“The Souls of White Folk: African American Writers Theorize Whiteness, by Veronica
Book Review. Callaloo, vol. 38, no.5, (Fall 2015), pp. 1180-82.