My Southern Literature students created a timeline as they read Absalom, Absalom! this semester, using Timeline JS. While it is not as extensive as this timeline hosted by the University of Virginia, it has evolved into a useful resource, and … Continue reading
Category Archives: ENGL 3120
ENGL 3120: Southern Literature will be producing a collaborative timeline of Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom! over the next few weeks. The timeline (in progress) is below or at this link:
I am continuing to add text to the timeline. You can view it full size at this link.
On the website for Flannery O’Connor’s home, Andalusia (in Milledgeville), you can find a video of O’Connor’s friend Louise Abbot speaking about their friendship. It’s about twelve minutes long.
Karen L. Cox, of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, had a very interesting review of popular culture representations of the South in last Sunday’s New York Times. We don’t talk much in Southern Literature about popular culture, because … Continue reading
Southern lit students: Our guided tour of Southern landscape art at the Morris Museum is scheduled for Sunday, October 9, at 3:30 p.m.
The infamous lighter referenced in 3120 today:
Southern lit students: The excerpt from Notes on the State of Virginia that you are to read for Wednesday is online here.
…if not quite running yet. But I’ll link to them here, so that you can easily access them: ENGL 1101: Introduction to Composition ENGL 2250: Introduction to Literary Studies ENGL 3120: Southern Literature New syllabi and other class documents … Continue reading