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Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds

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Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds

Professor of English and Chair, Department of Communication
(585) 395-5712
jhinds@brockport.edu
Office: 247 LAB 
   

Teaching and Creative Interests: Early American Literature, African-American Literature

 

Education

B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1982

M.A., University of Tulsa, 1984

Ph.D., University of Tulsa, 1989

Courses Offered

1989 to the present, at Howard University (1989-1992), University of Northern Colorado (1992-2003), and SUNY Brockport (2003-present):

  • Legacies of Slavery
  • Advanced Writing in the Discipline (graduate research methods)
  • After the Slave Narrative
  • Honors Composition
  • Captivity and Slavery in Early America
  • Senior Seminar: Pain and Plague
  • Senior Seminar: Madness and Pain
  • American Gothic
  • Early American Gothic
  • American Literature I (graduate and undergraduate)
  • Business Writing
  • Survey of American Literature
  • Introduction to Cultural Studies
  • Introduction to Literature
  • Introduction to Literary Analysis
  • Critical Approaches to Literature
  • Masterpieces of American Literature
  • Techniques of the Novel
  • African-American Literature
  • American Modernism and Postmodernism (separate graduate and undergraduate courses)
  • American Literature to 1865 (graduate)
  • Antiquity and the Classical Age
  • The Waste Land (course in background texts to this iconic poem)
  • Teaching

    1989 to the present, at Howard University (1989-1992), University of Northern Colorado (1992-2003), and SUNY Brockport (2003-present):

    • Advanced Writing in the Discipline (graduate)
    • After the Slave Narrative
    • Senior Seminar: Pain and Plague
    • American Gothic
    • American Literature I (graduate and undergraduate)
    • Business Writing
    • Survey of American Literature
    • Introduction to Cultural Studies
    • Introduction to Literature
    • Introduction to Literary Analysis
    • Critical Approaches to Literature
    • Masterpieces of American Literature
    • Techniques of the Novel
    • African-American Literature
    • American Modernism and Postmodernism (separate graduate and undergraduate courses)
    • American Literature to 1865 (graduate)
    • Antiquity and the Classical Age
    • The Waste Land (course in background texts to this iconic poem)

    Curriculum Vitae

Last Updated 8/13/18

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