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Stanley Blair, Ph.D.

Associate Professor


Department
English
Office
The Great Hall Annex 511
Phone
732-571-3619
Email
sblair@monmouth.edu
Office Hours
Mondays and Thursdays, 8:30 - 9:45 a.m. and 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.; and by appointment.

Stanley Blair, Ph.D.

Education

Ph.D., Duke University

Research Interests

American literature and culture, New Jersey literature, popular culture, and history of rhetoric.

Publications

Multimedia

Additional Information

SERVICE:
Advisor (1997-2010), The Monmouth Review
Faculty Peer Observer

Courses

Frequently Taught Classes

  • American Literature I (EN 207, EN 228)
  • American Literature II (EN 208)
  • American Realism (EN 329)
  • College English II (EN 102)
  • Cooperative Education: English (EN 388)
  • Countercultures in American History (PR 441)
  • Foundations of American Literature (EN 228)
  • Here Be Dragons: Heroic Journeys (EN 218)
  • Language and Community (EN 384)
  • Literary Studies for English Majors (EN 226)
  • Literature I: Ancient Through Renaissance (EN 201)
  • Modern American Literature (EN 332)
  • New Jersey Literature (EN 415)
  • Seminar in English (EN 491)
  • Superheroes: Echoes of Epic (EN 222)
  • The Confessional Poets: Surviving Madness (PR 446)

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Spring

  • Foundations of American Literature - EN 228
  • Language and Community - EN 384
  • What Is a Book? - EN 410

2021 Fall

  • Countercultures in American History - PR 441
  • Foundations of American Literature - EN 228
  • Superheroes: Echoes of Epic - EN 222

2021 Spring

  • Contemporary American Literature - EN 334
  • Countercultures in American History - PR 441
  • Language and Community - EN 384

2020 Fall

  • Countercultures in American History - PR 441
  • Foundations of American Literature - EN 228
  • Superheroes: Echoes of Epic - EN 222

2020 Spring

  • Language and Community - EN 384
  • Modern American Literature - EN 332
  • The Confessional Poets: Surviving Madness - PR 446

2019 Fall

  • Foundations of American Literature - EN 228
  • Seminar in English - EN 491
  • The Confessional Poets: Surviving Madness - PR 446

2019 Summer B

  • Here Be Dragons: Heroic Journeys - EN 218

2019 Spring

  • American Realism - EN 329
  • Foundations of American Literature - EN 228
  • The Confessional Poets: Surviving Madness - PR 446
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