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William Elliott, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of English 
Arts and Sciences - Humanities

796-6419

Whitehead Bldg Rm 215, Juneau Campus

Elliott

Education:

Ph.D. English. University of California, Davis. 2014

B.A. English. University of Puget Sound. 2006

Courses Taught:

ENGL 419: Discard Studies

HUM 270/370: Sport, Leisure, and Cultures

ENGL 226: American Literature

ODS/PE 115: Winter Backpacking

WRTG 110: Introduction to College Writing

WRTG 111: Writing Across Contexts

WRTG 211: Writing in the Humanities

WRTG 212: Technical Writing

Biography:

Growing up in rural Alaska, we were always reading, especially the snow. Today I am still reading, nose in a book, nose to the air. As a teacher, and scholar of literature and environment, my work attends to the ways that our experiences are both socially constructed and materially grounded, shaped by stories and signs that are often curved along the contours of a more-than-human world.

 
 

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