James Anderson

James A. Anderson

  • Associate Professor of English and English Education, Department of English & Foreign Languages
  • Faculty, College of Arts & Humanities
LC 331 Carnell Learning Center

Ph.D., University of Arkansas (2014)

M.A., East Carolina University (2002)

B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1997)

  • Lady Macbeth, O.G. [Original Gangster]: or, Connected Learning and Writing through Pragmatic Constructivism. Student Success in Writing. Savannah, South Carolina. (March, 2016)
  • You end up having to go it alone: A Grounded Theory Study on Tensions in Teacher Advocacy in Rural Schools. National Council of Teachers of English. Minneapolis, Minnesota. (November, 2015)
  • "There's something happening here": Coming of Age Soundtracks, Music Lyrics, and Young Adult Literacies in a Survey Course on World Literature and Film. College English Association Annual Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana. (March, 2015)
  • "This is my song!" Intertextuality, Multiple Literacies, and Writing about the Soundtracks of Lives and Literature. South Carolina Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference. Kiawah Island, South Carolina. (January, 2015)