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Tina L. Hanlon

Tina L. Hanlon


Tina L. Hanlon is an author of materials



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Skills & Interests


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

Education History

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


  • Hanlon, Tina L. (2017). “Struggles for Life, Liberty, and Land: Mining Communities in Appalachian Children’s Books” in Southern Quarterly: A Journal of Arts and Letters in the South. (vol. 54, Spring/Summer, pp. 94-113).
  • Hanlon, Tina L. (7 Jan. 2016). “Interview with Rex Stephenson on The Jack Tale Players.” Guest blog in Elizabeth Dulemba a.k.a. e: Living Outside the Lines.
  • Hanlon, Tina L. (2016). “Lotteries and Scapegoats: Literary Antecedents and Influences on The Hunger Games” in Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Grey House/Salem Press.

Honors & Awards

  • Stephen L. Fisher Award for Excellence in Teaching (post-secondary), Appalachian Studies Association (12/2017)
    For “dedicat[ion] to intellectual rigor and pedagogical integrity in constructing and delivering inclusive knowledge about Appalachia and its people.”
  • 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,"


  • Professor of English (08/2017 – Current) Ferrum College
  • Associate Professor of English (08/1996 – 08/2017) Ferrum College
  • Assistant Professor of English (08/1992 – 08/1996) Ferrum College