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19th and 20th Century American Literature
Composition and Writing Across the Curriculum
Women’s and Gender Studies
WRI 111 On Writing
WRI 111 Visions and Revisions/ Searching and Researching
ENG 175 Studies in American Literature
ENG 300 Faulkner, Cather, and Morrison
ENG 300 Different Natures: The Literary Landscapes of Sarah Orne Jewett and Edith Wharton
ENG 300 The Twenties: Cather, Larsen, and Hemingway
ENG 340 Studies of Women and Literature
WGS 221 Issues in Women’s and Gender Studies
FYS American Dreams and Tragedies: Ethical Dilemmas in Twentieth-Century American Literature LENS
“An Education in Writing: Stories that Serve the Community and First-year College Writers,” with Tracy McAninch, forthcoming in Service-learning in the Composition Classroom, Fountainhead Press X Series.
Boyle, Anne and Patricia Rigg. A New Literacy: Teaching Writing with Technology. Proceedings of EDMEDIA 2004: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia, and Telecommunications. Lugano, Switzerland, 2004.
“Strange and Lurid Bloom”: A Study of the Fiction of Caroline Gordon. Fairleigh Dickinson
“Words on a Page.” Introduction to Special Issue on Hypermedia of IMEJ: Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning. (http://imeg.wfu.edu.) May 2002.
“Achieving Voice through Collaboration: Computers and Writing Communities in the Composition Classroom,” Teaching with Technology, ed. David G. Brown, New York: Anker Press (2000): 160-63.
“Using Constraint Logic Programming to Analyze the Chronology in William Faulkner’s A Rose for Emily. with J. A. Burg and S-D. Lang, Computers in the Humanities, 34:377-392, 2000.
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