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About Linda Nicole Blair

I am Senior Lecturer in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and sciences where I teach literature and writing. I hold a BA in Music, an MA in English, and a Ph. D. in Modern British Literature. My research interests include literary theory, and intersections between literature and music, including how these art forms create a pathway to deep and sustained learning in our lives. My most recent scholarly contribution is Virginia Woolf and the Power of Story: A Literary Darwinist Reading of Six Novels. This book examines the power of Story in human life through the lens of Literary Darwinism. Six of Virginia Woolf's novels provided the case study. The next part of this larger project about the role of the arts in human life will include coursework from the International Blues Scholars Program at Delta State and research at the Blues Archive at the University of Mississippi. I am also a singer-songwriter with a CD entitled Little Queenie. 

Positions

Present Senior Lecturer, University of Washington Tacoma School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
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Curriculum Vitae




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Courses

  • TWRT 211: Argument and Research in Writing
  • TWRT 112: Introduction to Academic Writing
  • TLIT 390: Varities of Literary Criticism
  • TLIT 325: Medical and Ethical Issues in Literature
  • TLIT 240: Studies in English Literature
  • TLIT 200: Understanding Literature
  • TCORE 101: First Year Academic Writing

Education

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1989 Ph.D, University of Tennessee, Knoxville ‐ English
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1982 M.A., University of Southern Mississippi ‐ English
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1979 B.M.E., Mississippi College ‐ Music
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