Eric Stottlemyer

Dr. Eric StottlemyerDr. Eric Stottlemyer

Associate Dean for the Engaged Liberal Arts

Associate Teaching Professor

Contact

Office: Reynolda Hall, Room 104

Phone: (336) 758-4169

Email: stottlem@wfu.edu

Degrees

Ph.D, University of Nevada, Reno

MA, San Diego State University

BA, The Ohio State University

Area(s) of Interest

20th-Century American Fiction

Literature and the Environment

Literary Theory and Ecocriticism

        Environmental Studies

        Rhetoric of Environmental Discourse

Spatial Analysis

Courses taught at WFU

WRI 105: Introduction to Critical Reading and Writing

WRI 111: Thinking Like a Mountain: Nature, Culture, and Identity

WRI 210: Academic Research and Writing

        ENV 201: Global Environmental Issues

        ENV 304: Ethics of Wilderness

        ENV 306: Contemplative Approaches to Global Sustainability

Selected Publications

“David Mamet.” Oxford Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History. Ed. Joan Shelley Rubin and Scott Casper. New York: Oxford UP, 2012.

“Seeing Green: Alternative Energy.” Nevada Spirit Magazine 1.3 (2008): 5-11.

“High Desert Dreams.” Nevada Spirit Magazine 1.2 (2007): 10-16.

“The Edge Effect: Emersonian Transcendence and the Evolving Genre of Nature Writing.” Lore: Rhetoric, Writing, Culture 6.1 (2006): 88-94.

Additional Information

Dr. Stottlemyer’s website

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