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English and Literature

Topics
20th Century Anglophone American literatures
African-American literature, particularly that of the Harlem Renaissance
Edgar Allan Poe
English Renaissance literature
Irish Literature
John Keats, the Man and the Poet
Law and literature
Literacy across the content areas
Literacy difficulties
Medieval Studies
Modern Poetry
Multi-cultural literature
Multi-ethnic readers
Portrayal of characters with literacy difficulties in literature
Science fiction
Southern Literature
Southern literature
The English Reformation
Tolkien and fantasy
 
Experts
Associate Professor of Education, Reading Program Coordinator
Associate Professor of English
Associate Professor of English
Professor of English
Assistant Professor, English
Associate Professor of English
Professor of English, Director, The Citadel Honors Program
Assistant Professor

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