Mary C. Stewart

Professor of English

Office: Wright Hall 102

Phone:  477.1193 and 477.1495
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Ph.D., University of Maryland (1995).

M.Ed., Mississippi College (1970);

M.A., Shippensburg University (1985);

B.A.E., University of Mississippi (1960);

Research/Teaching Interests:
American Literature, Southern writers, Oral histories

Selected Publications:

"Play the Ball Where It Lies: Teaching Developmental Students"
Journal of Teaching and Learning (Spring 2001)

Editor, Proteus: A Journal of Ideas, 1999-2010:
Community (Fall 2001) "Editor's Notes"
Folk Art (Spring 1999) "Editor's Notes"

"Getting Away on Sabbatical." Communities, Work, & Family (Manchester, UK: Dec 1999).
Proteus: "Editor's Notes on Folk Art" (Spring 1998).

Current Happenings 

9/17/15:  Prof. Kim van Alkemade will read from her debut novel, Orphan #8, at 7:00 p.m. in Old Main Chapel.

10/15/15:  Pulitzer Prize winning author Adam Johnson will read from his new collection of short stories, Fortune Smiles, at 6:30 p.m. in Old Main Chapel. 
All events are free and open to all!