Dr. Anne Boyle
Professor of English;
Core Faculty in Women’s & Gender Studies;
Director of Academic and Community Engagement Fellows
Office: C203 Tribble Hall
Phone: (336) 758-5400
BA Wilkes College
Areas of Interest
19th and 20th Century American Literature
Composition and Writing Across the Curriculum
Women’s and Gender Studies
Courses Taught at Wake Forest
WRI 111 On Writing
WRI 111 Visions and Revisions/ Searching and Researching
ENG 175 Studies in American Literature
ENG 300 Faulkner, Cather, and Morrison
ENG 300 Different Natures: The Literary Landscapes of Sarah Orne Jewett and Edith Wharton
ENG 300 The Twenties: Cather, Larsen, and Hemingway
ENG 340 Studies of Women and Literature
WGS 221 Issues in Women’s and Gender Studies
FYS American Dreams and Tragedies: Ethical Dilemmas in Twentieth-Century American Literature LENS
“An Education in Writing: Stories that Serve the Community and First-year College Writers,” with Tracy McAninch, forthcoming in Service-learning in the Composition Classroom, Fountainhead Press X Series.
Boyle, Anne and Patricia Rigg. A New Literacy: Teaching Writing with Technology. Proceedings of EDMEDIA 2004: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia, and Telecommunications. Lugano, Switzerland, 2004.
“Strange and Lurid Bloom”: A Study of the Fiction of Caroline Gordon. Fairleigh Dickinson
“Words on a Page.” Introduction to Special Issue on Hypermedia of IMEJ: Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning. (http://imeg.wfu.edu.) May 2002.
“Achieving Voice through Collaboration: Computers and Writing Communities in the Composition Classroom,” Teaching with Technology, ed. David G. Brown, New York: Anker Press (2000): 160-63.
“Using Constraint Logic Programming to Analyze the Chronology in William Faulkner’s A Rose for Emily. with J. A. Burg and S-D. Lang, Computers in the Humanities, 34:377-392, 2000.