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Tina Hanlon

Bronze Level Contributor  MERLOT Author
Associate Professor of English
Ferrum College
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Apr 07, 2014
Member Since: Aug 22, 2006

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Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • Ferrum College (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, VA, United States)
Secondary Affiliation:
  • Hollins University (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, VA, United States)

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Contact Information

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Address:
Ferrum College
Ferrum, VA 24088 United States

Skills & Interests

Education History

  • B.A. English (06/1975)
    Gettysburg College
  • M.A. and Ph.D. English (08/1983)
    The Ohio State University
  • M. A. courses Children's Literature (07/1994)
    Hollins College

Positions

  • Associate Professor of English (08/1992 - Current) Ferrum College

Publications

  • Hanlon, Tina L. (Summer 2008). "It's Not All About Jack: Old and New Tales from Anne Shelby" in Appalachian Journal (Vol. 35, pp. 366-70).
  • Hanlon, Tina L. (Spring 2003). “The Taming of the Dragon in Twentieth-Century Picture Books” in Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts (vol. 14, pp. 7-26).
  • Hanlon, Tina L. (July-Dec. 2008). "Capturing Characters on Stage for the College and Community: An Interview with Playwright Rex Stephenson" in Virginia Libraries (vol. 54, nos. 3-4, pp. 7-12, http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/VALib/v54_n3).
  • Hanlon, Tina L., J. D. Stahl, and Elizabeth Lennox Keyser, eds. (2007). Crosscurrents of Children's Literature: An Anthology of Texts and Criticism. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Hanlon, Tina L. (2007). "'Read my tales, spin my rhymes': James Still's Books for Children" in James Still, Appalachian Writer: Critical Essays on the Dean of Appalachian Literature. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Associations

  • Children's Literature Association
    member 06/1994 - Current

Honors and Awards

  • E-Appalachia Award (03/2002)
    Award for web site AppLit from Appalachian Studies Association, for "an outstanding website that promotes understanding of Appalachia and its people, or provides a vital community service to Appalachians," www.AppLit.org.