Eric Stottlemyer

Dr. Eric Stottlemyer

Associate Dean for the Engaged Liberal Arts

Associate Teaching Professor

Contact

Office: Reynolda Hall, Room 104

Phone: (336) 758-4169

Email: stottlem@wfu.edu

Degrees

Ph.D, University of Nevada, Reno

MA, San Diego State University

BA, The Ohio State University

Area(s) of Interest

Contemplative Pedagogy

        Experiential learning

Literary Theory and Ecocriticism

        Environmental Studies

        Rhetoric of Environmental Discourse

Spatial Analysis

Courses taught at WFU

WRI 105: Introduction to Critical Reading and Writing

WRI 111: Thinking Like a Mountain: Nature, Culture, and Identity

WRI 210: Academic Research and Writing

        ENV 201: Global Environmental Issues

        ENV 304: Ethics of Wilderness

        ENV 306: Contemplative Approaches to Global Sustainability

Selected Publications

“David Mamet.” Oxford Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History. Ed. Joan Shelley Rubin and Scott Casper. New York: Oxford UP, 2012.

“Seeing Green: Alternative Energy.” Nevada Spirit Magazine 1.3 (2008): 5-11.

“High Desert Dreams.” Nevada Spirit Magazine 1.2 (2007): 10-16.

“The Edge Effect: Emersonian Transcendence and the Evolving Genre of Nature Writing.” Lore: Rhetoric, Writing, Culture 6.1 (2006): 88-94.

Additional Information

Dr. Stottlemyer’s website

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