Dr. Beth Howells
Professor of English
Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Greensboro
|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