Dr. Scott Knickerbocker English Associate Professor
As part of his commitment to experiential, interdisciplinary, place-based education, Professor Knickerbocker leads two off-campus programs: the Winter Wilderness Experience (environmental studies, literature, cultural geography, winter ecology, and backcountry skiing in the Sawtooth Mountains near Stanley, Idaho) and a study abroad trip to Scotland and the Lake District (literature, art, music). He also plays banjo in Hokum Hi-Flyers, an old-time string band in Boise (https://www.facebook.com/HokumHiFlyers).
Scott Knickerbocker began lecturing at The College of Idaho in 2007. His scholarly interests include American literature, poetry and poetics, creative nonfiction, and environmental studies.
- Ph. D., English, University of Oregon
- M. A., English, University of Oregon
- B.A., English and Biology, Principia College