English 207: Appalachian Literature

This course is now English 350, beginning with the 2009-2010 college catalog.  

Dr. Tina L. Hanlon

Ferrum College, English Department

Syllabus
 

Angel Log-in

List of Themes

Final Exam
Study Guide

Midterm
Study Guide

Project Guidelines

Posters for Environmental
Symposium

Paper Assignments

(Paper 1)

It is your responsibility to check course web pages regularly for updates and new materials. This includes material in the ANGEL site at http://angel.ferrum.edu. You are enrolled in Angel as a student of Ferrum College. When you log in, you should have automatic access to your courses. Most materials for English 350 in 2010 are in ANGEL.

Your assignments will all be listed in the ANGEL calendar but you can also access some assignments on web pages (2006 list below).

Environmental Literature

Belle Prater's Boy by Ruth White for Oct. 10

In Higgs, vol. 2: "Ghost Story by Kathryn Stripling Byer, 453-43, and "Death Crown" by Robert Morgan, 481

James Still assignment for Oct. 3-5: River of Earth; poems for Oct. 5

Harriet Arnow assignment for 9/28: "The Washerwoman" in Higgs, 383-89

Breece d'J Pancake assignment for 9/26: "The First Day of Winter"

George Ella Lyon Assignment

Jo Carson Assignment

Gurney Norman assignment for 9/19: "Where Daniel Boone Stood," "Fat Monroe" in Higgs, "Snow Day"

Lee Smith assignment for 9/21: short story "Between the Lines" in Higgs, 428-37; "Terrain of the Heart" (Bloodroot 278-81 or at  http://www.leesmith.com under Articles)


January 25, 2011