The site for ENGL 2335 is here. This semester, I’m running an experimental version of the survey of American Literature, using all freely available texts. Many of the texts come from Project Gutenberg, the University of Virginia Hypertext Library project, … Continue reading
Author Archives: Rhonda Armstrong
Resources for the O’Connor special topics course are now online here and here. If you have additional resources to suggest, please comment or send an email. I’ll be adding more throughout the semester.
I am very excited to be offering a Flannery O’Connor course in Spring 2015. The course is cross-listed, so students can take it as ENGL 4950 or WGST 4950. It will also be listed as ENGL 6950, so students wishing … Continue reading
Welcome back, GRU students! Syllabi for all Fall 2014 English classes will be online soon at www.gru.edu/colleges/pamplin/efl/syllabi/. Textbook information for all of your classes is available at jagstore.net.
If you’ve come here looking for the resources from this week’s SIP workshops, you can find the slides and handouts here: Writing the Argument. Thanks for attending the workshop, and good luck on your assignment!
ENGL 3102 students: D2L is not playing nicely with the poetry links, so if you have trouble accessing them there, here they are: Williams: “A Love Song” Millay: “Love is not All” (this one has an ad; sorry) Frost: “Stopping by … Continue reading
Registration for Spring ’14 begins Nov. 11 (earlier for Honors students). I am teaching ENGL 3102: American Literature since the Rise of Realism and ENGL 1101: First-Year Composition. ENGL 3102 is offered only as a hybrid course this semester. The … Continue reading
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
ENGL 3120: Southern Literature produced a collaborative timeline of Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!. The timeline is below or at this link. (note: as of 2019, due to updates in the software, some functionality is no longer usable in the timeline, including the … Continue reading
This summer, I am working with two undergraduate research fellows to build a prototype digital critical edition. Building on the Southern Audiobooks collection at GRU, we are creating an edition that brings together the audio, the text, annotations, and critical … Continue reading