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AUBG Faculty Bibliography: Mullen, John

John Mullen

Adjunct Assistant Professor (LAT)

Office: MB 228

Phone: +359 73 888 412



Krotev, H. (2011). Bulgarian folk music for foreigners. (John W. Mullen & Filitsa Sofianou-Mullen, Eds.). 

Mullen, J. W. (Copy Ed.) (2000). In V. Roudometof (Ed.), Macedonian question: Culture, historiography, politics. East European Monographs.

Book Chapter

Sofianou-Mullen, F., & Mullen, J. W. (2012). Critical thinking, critical writing in composition courses at the American University in Bulgaria. In J. McDougal & K. Kleypas (Eds.), The American-style University at Large: Transplants, outposts, and the globalization of higher education (pp. 257–270). Rowman and Littlefield.

Journal Article

Mullen, J. W. (2014). ‘Voyages into several remote nations’: Imaginary geographies in the satiric novel of the globalized world. Part I. Пирон: Бъдеще и въображение, 7.

Conference Proceedings

Mullen, J. W. (2013). Peace, poetics, and partisanship: ‘Whig’ versus ‘Tory’ poems on the peace of Utrecht. In Performances of Peace: Utrecht 1713-2013 Conference. Utrecht University.

Mullen, J. W. (2011). Learning and assessing: The purpose and design of grading rubrics. In The European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW) Conference: The Role of Student Experience in Shaping Academic Writing Development in Higher Education. University of Limerick, Ireland.

Mullen, F., & Mullen, J. W. (2009). Greece and Bulgaria: Genres and the practice of academic writing. In COST Action European Research Network on Learning to Write Effectively (ERN-LWE): Scientific Program. Barcelona, Spain.

Mullen, J., Sofianou-Mullen, F. (2005). Writing instruction for an open society. In Conference Quality Teaching for Quality Learning: Education for Critical Thinking. Romania, Babes-Bolyai University.