Tina L. Hanlon, Ph.D.

  Professor of English   

Ferrum College


Office:  205 Britt Hall




   (540) 365-4327 (Ferrum office)       
   (540) 365-2041 (home)         
   (540) 365-4515 (fax)



     Box 1000
     Ferrum College
     205 Ferrum Mt. Rd.
     Ferrum, VA  24088         


My Schedule

My Courses


Online Projects

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My Schedule: Fall 2019

Office hours in Britt Hall 205: 
MWF 10:30-11 a.m.; TTh 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Office hours in ARC: MW 2-4 p.m.

My Class Schedule

ENG 461, Prof. Writing, MWF 11:15-12:10
ENG 101/207 in Appalachian Cluster, TTh 11-12:20
ENG 301, Children's Lit., TTh 2-3:20

Courses Taught

Ferrum College:

English 101: Composition and Rhetoric - fall   

English 102: Composition and Rhetoric - spring
English 203: British Literature I - Fall
English 204: British Literature II - spring
English 205: American Literature I
English 206: American Literature II
English 101/207: Appalachian Cluster - photos / Facebook page
      Appalachian Cluster 101 syllabus  |  207 syllabus
- every fall
English 210: World Folktales and Literature - May E-Term
English 301: Literature for Children & Adolescents - fall
English 215: Appalachian Literature - fall 2018
English 336: Linguistics - every spring
English 362: British Literature 1798-1890
English 461: Professional Writing

Ferrum 201: First-Year Experience - 2003

With Dr. Carolyn Thomas:
Science 141:  Humans within Ecosystems, an Integration of Science and Humanities
Science 143:  Our Home/Our Habitat

Hollins University Summer Graduate Program in Children's Literature:
English 529: Poetry for Children (with Morag Styles) - 2007
English 542: History and Criticism of Children's Literature
English 535: Traditions and Adaptations in Literature for Young Children
English 535: Appalachian Traditions and Adaptations in Children's Literature

Curriculum Vitae

 Curriculum Vitae as pdf - 2019  


 Teaching Experience


 Online Projects

English Department

School of Arts and Humanities

Appalachian Cluster Information Sheet

Ferrum College Writing Center

Stanley Library

Special Projects and Online Work

AppLit: Resources for Readers and Teachers of Appalachian Literature- reviewed by MERLOT in 2010

Dragons in Children's Literature Web Site

Crosscurrents of Children's Literature: An Anthology of Texts and Criticism

Croscurrents cover Invitation au reveCo-editors J. D. Stahl and Elizabeth Lennox Keyser
Companion web site

J. D. Stahl memorial service | sermon | VT notice | Nancy Metz at VT | VT teaching award | ChLA announcement | Roanoke Times article | J. G. Annino tribute | Candice Ransom blog | obituary/guest book

Annotated Bibliographies of Appalachian Folktales

Strong Women in Appalachian Folktales (2000 essay in The Lion and the Unicorn

Strong Women in Appalachian Folktale Dramatizations by R. Rex Stephenson 
     (2001 essay, revised 2002-13 for AppLit)

Ferrum Performers Keep Jack Tales Alive
Article by Lana A. Whited and Tina L. Hanlon

Old and New Stories from Appalachia (2004 article in The Five Owls)

Once Upon a Time in Appalachia: Tom Davenport's Fairy Tale Films
(abstract of 1998 essay online)

Transplanted in Appalachia: Illustrated Folk Tales by Barry Moser
   (1999 essay, revised 2002 for AppLit)

Bibliography of Feminist Collections of Folktales

How Green was my Bedtime Story: Adaptations of Traditional Literature in Ecological Children's Books
   (bibliography from 1999 essay)

Integrating Environmental Science and the Humanities Through Team Teaching

Picture Books and the Environment: Bibliography, Study Guide, Background Resources

Guidelines for Reading and Analyzing Literature

Jack Tale Players/Storytellers Web Site 

Family links:  http://www.jugglingwithjohn.com  |  Beyond the Brick  |  http://mgriner.avonrepresentative.com | sister Linda at U Washington

Other sites to support: Diversity Serves | Ethiopia Reads | Oxfam | National Coalition Against Censorship | Reading Is Fundamental | John Legend's Show Me Campaign

Project Linus (blankets for children in need, founded by Karen Loucks Rinedollar '83) | Pajama Program (books and pajamas for children)  |

Kentuckians for the Commonwealth/Songs for the Mountaintop | Stop Mountaintop Removal | Appalachian Voices | Coal River Mountain Watch  |  

Help Save the Next Girl  |  Highlander Center  |  Emmanuel Jal - We Want Peace  |  One Million Bones  |  The Haitian Bead Project  |  Wetlands Estonoa  

|  Stop Hunger Now, www.stophungernow.org Ferrum photos

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