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Dr. Catherine Calloway
Professor of English
- Ph.D. English, Univ. of South Florida
- M.A. English, Arkansas State University
- B.A. English, High Point University
- Contemporary Literature
- Vietnam War Literature
- American Literature
- Contemporary Prose
- Modern American Literature
- American Romanticism
- Seminar: Topics in American Literature
- Seminar: Topics in World Literature
- Seminar: Special Topics
- Literature of the Western World I & II
- American Literature Since 1865
- The Vietnam War in Literature
- "Fiction: The 1930s to the 1960s." American Literary Scholarship, An Annual. Durham, N. C.: Duke University Press. Vols. 1992-2005.
- "History Has a Way of Dissolving: A Conversation With Tim O'Brien." Tampa Review 20 (2000): 24-35.
- " 'He's Not My Son Anymore!: The Returning Veteran in Robert Bausch's On the Way Home." War, Literature, and the Arts 10 (Fall/Winter 1998): 179-202.
- " 'To Live in the Past is to Walk in Darkness': Reconciliation in the Return Journey." The United States and Vietnam from War to Peace. Ed. Robert M. Slabey. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1996. 123-24.
- " 'How to Tell a True War Story': Metafiction in Tim O'Brien's The Things They Carried." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 36 (1995): 249-57.
- "American Literature of the Vietnam War: Classroom Strategies and Critical Sources." The Vietnam War: Teaching Approaches and Resources. Ed. Marc Jason Gilbert. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991. 139- 59.
- Numerous entries in War and Popular Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia; Encyclopedia of American Literature; and Encyclopedia of American War Literature
- Current Project:
Vietnam War Literature and Film
- Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching, Arkansas State University, 1991.
- NEH Summer Institute on Teaching the Vietnam War. Indochina Institute, George Mason University. July- August 1990.
Building: Wilson Hall