Linda Littman, EdD

Lecturer

EdD, Teachers College, Columbia University

MA, Columbia University

MS, Canisius College

Office: Wilson Annex, Room 403

Phone: 732-571-3608

Email: llittman@monmouth.edu

Fall 2014 Office Hours:
Monday 10:15 – 11:15 a.m., and by appointment, 2:50 – 3:45 p.m.; Wednesday, 10:15 –11:15 a.m., and by appointment, 1:30 – 2:15 p.m.; and Thursday, by appointment, 2:30 – 2:50 p.m.

Fall 2014 Courses:

EN 101 - College Composition I

EN 212- Literature of Oppression

PR 490 - Revolution and Creative Response

Regularly Taught Courses:

EN 101 - College Composition I

EN 102 - College Composition II

EN 201 - Literature I

EN 202 - Literature II

EN 228 - Foundations of American Literature

EN 255 - Creative Writing: Non-Fiction

EN 474 - Composition Theory

Research Interests:

Dr. Littman’s major interests include: composition and creative non-fiction; race, class, and gender in literature; contemporary women writers [feminist literature]; American literature; and teaching composition.

Selected Works:

Scholarly Articles:

"Willing Suspension.... Lingering in the Invention Stage: Composition for a Twenty-first Century World" co-writer Jane DeTullio [requested submission from Teaching English in the Two-Year College: National Council of Teachers of English]

“Cross-Dressing: How Gender Studies Informs Composition.” Chapter in Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines. Emily Golson and Toni Glover. eds. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009.

Connections, Relationships, and Theory: Reading Gender Studies, ed. Island Park, New York: Whittier Publications, Inc. 2003.

Disruptions: (Re) Thinking Writing. North Chelmsford, Massachusetts: Erudition Books, 2002

The Write Key to the Write Ingredients: Writing Competency Program. Trenton, New Jersey: Governor's Teaching Grant Program, 1989

“Old Dogs, New Tricks": Intersections of the Personal, the Pedagogical, the Professional." English Journal: National Council of Teachers of English (November 2003)

“Grade Five Fear.” New Jersey English Journal June 2002: 29.

“Open(ing) Spaces.” Monmouth Review 46.1 (Fall 2002): 41.

“Flash Back.” Monmouth Review 42.1 (Winter 1998 - 99): 11.

“Go to the Head of the Class.” Columbia Journal of American Studies 2.2 (Spring 1996): 22.

“A Humanities Approach: An Interdisciplinary Cultural Approach to Asia.” Social Science Record 4.1 (Fall 1966): 13 -15.

Additional Information:

SERVICE:
Department Representative, University Teacher Education Advisory Council, Fall 2008 to present
General Education Course Committee (ad hoc)
First-Year Composition Committee
Rhetoric and Writing Committee
Literature I/II Committee
Gender Studies Committee