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Dr. Beth Howells

Professor of English

Department Head
Gamble Hall 101

Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Greensboro
M.A., University of Alabama
B.A., University of Notre Dame

Teaching Interests
Writing, Rhetoric, Gender and Women’s Studies, Composition Studies, 19th Century British Literature

“The Art of Losing: Reflections on Reading, Re-Visioning, and Rebirth.” Writing on the Edge 27.1 (Fall 2016) : 27-36. Print.

“Beyond Don as Dorian: Fin de Siecle, Mad Men, and Aesthetics.” PopMatters. PopMatters Media, Inc. 31 March 2015. Web. 7 July 2015.

Rev. of Talking Sketching Moving: Multiple Literacies in the Teaching of Writing, by Patricia Dunn. Journal of Language and Literacy Education 10.2 (winter 2014): 159-162. Print.

“Hidebound Prohibitions and Electronic Literacies: Separate Spheres Ideology and the Surveillance of Mommy Blogs.” Mothering and Literacies. Eds. Amanda B. Richey and Linda Shuford Evans. Bradford ON: Demeter Press,2013.Print.

Rev. of Between Interruptions: 30 Women Tell the Truth About Motherhood, by Cori Howard. Journal of Motherhood Initiative 3.2 (winter 2012): 267-269. Print.

Literature: Reading to Write. New York: Pearson, 2010.

Instructor’s Manual for textbook Literature: Reading to Write. New York: Pearson, 2010.

“Producing the Prince of Publishing: Charlotte Brontë and George Smith.” Brontë Studies 35.3 (November 2010): 222-232. Print.

“Teaching Writing Downtown,” Connections: The Journal of the Georgia Council of Teachers of English 44:2 (2007).

“Apologizing for Authority: The Prefaces of Hannah Moore, Eliza Cook, and Isabelle Bird,” in Frederick Antczak, et al., eds., Professing Rhetoric: Selected Papers from the 2000 Rhetoric Society of American Conference (NY and London: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002).

“On the Commodification of Eastern Art: John Frederick Lewis’s The Hhareem of 1850 ,”Victorians Institute Journal 29 (2001).


Last updated: 5/7/2018