I have updated the listing of conferences and journals for undergraduate research in literature and the humanities. If you know of other outlets for undergraduate research, please send them my way, and I’ll add them to the list.
Author Archives: Rhonda Armstrong
In Fall 2013, I’ll be teaching ENGL 1113: Honors Freshman Composition; ENGL 1102: Freshman Composition II; and ENGL 3120: Southern Literature (cross-listed at the graduate level as ENGL 6440: Studies in Southern Literature). The book lists for these courses should … Continue reading
The archives at the University of Nebraska libraries are posting a video series on the letters of Willa Cather. The overview video is here. Cather’s letters have long been accessible to scholars, but her will prevented anyone from publishing or … Continue reading
Handouts from the March 25-26 SIP workshop on writing the argument are online here.
Students in ENGL 3102: American Literature since the Rise of Realism began a collaborative timeline of the events of The Sound and the Fury, to help readers determine how the events unfold chronologically. I am continuing to add text to the … Continue reading
I have started posting projects from my Fall 2012 ENGL 1113 class at this page. These Honors First Year Composition students researched and wrote exposition papers on different features of ASU’s (now GRU’s) campus. I am posting them as students … Continue reading
My calendar is now available for making appointments; the link is in the right sidebar and on your Desire2Learn course home page. As we enter research paper writing season (i.e., March and April), I will add more time slots to … Continue reading
Course web pages on Desire2Learn will go live January 9. You can find your syllabus, assignment guidelines, supplementary materials, and links to useful resources for the entire semester posted there. If you have any difficulties logging in to D2L, contact … Continue reading
My calendar is currently offline while I switch over to a new scheduling app. It’ll be up and running soon after the semester starts, I promise!
Two quick reminders: If one of my classes is full, I cannot give you permission to register. You can contact the department office at (706) 737 1500 or stop by Allgood Hall E227 to be added to the waitlist, if … Continue reading