Richard Gaughran






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Richard Gaughran  

Office: Keezell 405
Phone: 540-568-6198
Office hours: MW 2:30-5pm

Courses: Spring 2016
Eng 247: Survey of American Literature I (with William Lawton)
Eng 381: History of Film to 1960

20th Century American Literature, Baseball Literature, Balkan Literature

Ph.D., Lehigh University, 1989
M.A., Lehigh University, 1985
B.A., Roberts Wesleyan College, 1980

Publications and Interests:
         Richard Gaughran’s “Trash or Treasure: Images of the Hardscrabble South in Twenty-First Century Film” appears in Rough South, Rural South: Region and Class in Recent Southern Literature. Ed. Jean Cash and Keith Perry, UP of Mississippi, 2016. His “Contrasting Communication Styles in Don DeLillo’s The Names” is forthcoming in the Athens Journal of Philology (June, 2016). In March, 2016, he presented “An Orange Dress, an Orange Afro, Orange Juice, and Agent Orange: Notes on Don DeLillo’s Favorite Color” at the College English Association conference in Denver, CO.





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