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  • Judith K. Logan, PhD
    Judith K. Logan, PhD
    Associate Professor of English
    Patterson Hall 203O
    Phone: 509.359.6035

    American Literature, Renaissance Literature, Melville, Hawthorne, Twain, Dickinson


    Whitworth University, BA
    Eastern Washington University, MA
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, PhD

    I have taught at EWU since 1996 and have directed the undergraduate and graduate programs in literature since 1998. Other research interests are Anne Tyler, Doug Marlette and Spenser.

    Recent Publications

    "The Catnip and the Amaranth: Melville's Struggle with the Ever-Encroaching Appetite for God." Christianity and Literature, Spring 2002, Volume 51, Number 3.
    "Melville's Last, Grave Joke?" Melville Society Extracts, February 2002.
    "Christianity, Inc.: The God of the Machine and the Church of the Almighty Dollar in Sinclair Lewis's Babbitt." This is Just to Say: NCTE Assembly on American Literature, Summer 2001.

    Courses Taught

    Masterpieces of the Western World
    Seventeenth Century Seminar
    Introduction to Literature
    Introduction to Poetry
    Introduction to Fiction
    British Survey I
    British Survey II
    Literary Studies Capstone
    Graduate Research and Methodology
    Melville Seminar
    Major Figures courses in Melville, Hawthorne, Twain, James, and Wharton

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