Languages, Literture, & Philosophy
Dr. Elizabeth Howells
Associate Professor of English and
Director of the Writing Program
Gamble Hall 133
Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Greensboro
M.A., University of Alabama
B.A., University of Notre Dame
Writing, Rhetoric, Gender and Women’s Studies, Composition Studies, 19th-Century British Literature
Literature: Reading to Write (Pearson, 2010)
“Producing the Prince of Publishing: Charlotte Bronte and George Smith,” Bronte Studies. (November 2010)
“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).