Robert Coleman | Associate Professor
Assistant Dean of Arts & Sciences. Specializes in digital humanities, U. S. literatures,
literary aesthetics, and rhetorics.
HUMB 118 | 460-6280 | firstname.lastname@example.org
"A Miniaturization of Epic Proportions: Harriet Prescott Spofford’s 'Circumstance.'" Scribbling Women and the Form of the Short Story: Approaches by American and British Women Writers. Editor: Ellen Burton Harrington. New York: Peter Lang, 2008. 15-27.
"Reframing Historical Fantasies in James Branch Cabell’s The Cream of the Jest." Studies in American Culture. Volume 30, Number 1, October 2007. 44-63.
Everyday Theory: A Contemporary Reader. Edited by Becky McLaughlin and Bob Coleman. New York: Pearson Longman, 2005.
"A Connecticut Yankee, Narratives of Legitimacy, and the Rhetoric of No Rhetoric in English Studies." Connecticut Review. Fall 2003. 29-41.
"'a new color just invented': Anomaly and Novelty in To the White Sea." The James Dickey Newsletter. Volume 19, Number 2, Spring 2003. 2-11.
Making Sense: Constructing Knowledge in the Arts and Sciences. Edited by Coleman, Brittenham, Campbell, and Girard. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2002, 2005.