Dr. Stephanie Girard

Dr. Stephanie Girard

Dr. Stephanie Girard

Associate Professor
Gregory Lucey Adm Center, 3rd Floor, Office 387
p: 251-380-2264
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), English, Rutgers University (1996)
MPhil, English, Rutgers University
MA, English, Rutgers University (1993)
BA, English, Brown University (1982)

Dr. Girard teaches courses in postmodernism, American literature, creative nonfiction, and writing. Her scholarly interests include American fiction and publishing, the history of the book, and the relationship of visual art and literature in late 20C and 21C fiction.

Courses

Introduction to Fiction
Introduction to Nonfiction Prose
Postmodernism
Writing Creative Nonfiction

Selected Publications

Editor, with Teresa Atkins. Mobile Memories. Mobile, AL: Factor Press, 2002.
“Standing at the Corner of Walk and Don’t Walk: Vintage Contemporaries, Bright Lights, Big City and the Problems of Betweenness.” American Literature. (March 1996).

Selected Presentations

Dr. Girard has presented at regional and national conferences, including the Modern Language Association and the Conference on College Communication and Composition. She also presented at Mobile's Tricentennial Literary Symposium and lectured in the Odyssey Program at the University of South Alabama.