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English|Department of

Jeanne Holland

Professor for the Department of English
 
Ph.D., State University of New York-Buffalo
M.A., Auburn University
B.A., Auburn University
 
jholland@uwyo.edu
307-766-4400
Hoyt 310

 

Published Works:

McCracken-Flesher and Jeanne Holland. "Introduction" to a/b: A Journal of Autobiography Studies.

Holland, Jeanne. "Teaching Native American Literature from the Heath Anthology of American Literature." CEA Critic 55: 1 (1992): 5-25.

Holland, Jeanne. "Uncovering Woman's Body in Gertrude Stein's 'Subject-Cases: The Background of a Detective Story.'" College English 52 (1990): 540-51.

Holland, Jeanne. "Emily Dickinson, the Master, and the Loaded Gun: The Violence of Re- figuration." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 33 (1987): 137-45.

Holland, Jeanne. "Teaching Native American Literature from the Heath Anthology of American Literature." Republished in The Canon in the Classroom: Pedagogical Implications of Canon Revision in American Literature. Ed. John Alberti. NY: Garland, 1995. 165-92.

Holland, Jeanne. "Scraps, Stamps, and Cut-Outs: Emily Dickinson's Domestic Technologies of Publication." Cultural Artifacts and the Production of Meaning: The Page, the Image, and the Body. Ed. Margaret J. M. Ezell and Katherine O'Brien O'Keefe. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994. 139-81.

Holland, Jeanne. "'Knock with/ tremor': When Daughters Revise 'Dear Father.'" Emily Dickinson, Woman of Letters. Ed. Lewis Turco. Albany: SUNY Press, 1993. 87-99.

Holland, Jeanne. Biographical entries on "Jenny Fenno," "Susannah Willard Johnson (Hastings)," The Oxford Companion to Women's Writing in the United States. Eds. Cathy N. Davidson, Linda Wagner-Martin, et. al. NY: Oxford, 1995. 314-15, 448.

Holland, Jeanne. Review of Dana D. Nelson, The Word in Black and White: Reading "Race" in American Literature, 1638-1867. The Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography n.s. 18 (1992).

Holland, Jeanne. Review of Denise D. Knight, Cotton Mather's Verse in English. The Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography n.s. 17 (1991).

Holland, Jeanne. Report on Language I Panel. Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin. 4.2 (November/December 1992), 4.

Holland, Jeanne. "13 Ways of Not Talking About Women's Issues." Wyoming Women's Studies Newsletter (University of Wyoming) 2.3 (March 1992), 1-2, 6.

 

Honors and Distinctions:

1998 Top Ten Favorite Teacher, selected by 1998 A&S Graduating Class

1996 John P. Ellbogen Award for Meritorious Teaching

1996 Top Twenty A&S Professors

1995 One of the Most Influential Professors by Top 20 A&S Grads

1994 One of Top Twenty A&S Professors

1992 A&S Extraordinary Merit for Teaching

 

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Research Interests:

Early and 19th-century American literature, women's writing, captivity narratives, autobiography, whiteness and class.

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