Having taught Children’s Literature for eight years in the School of Adult and Professional Studies, Bouslough joined the Department of English in 2009. She teaches primarily undergraduate English courses, Freshman Writing Seminar, and Introduction to Literature, but has also filled in for colleagues in British Literature Since 1789 and Children’s Literature. In addition, she serves on the steering committee for Charlotte Huck’s Children’s Literature Festival held every spring in her hometown of Redlands, California.
Bachelor of Arts — Biola University, June 1970
Master of Arts in English Literature — California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, January 1996
Ph.D. in English Literature — Claremont Graduate University, September 2007
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- American and British Literature
- Children’s Literature
Children’s Picture Books, Victorian Children’s Fantasy (Lewis Carroll and the Alice books), American Children’s Fantasy (L. Frank Baum and The Wizard of Oz)
Courses TaughtENGL 110
– Freshman Writing SeminarENGL 111
– Introduction to LiteratureENGL 232
– English Literature Survey Since 1789ENGL 434
– Children's Literature
MW: 11:00 a.m. to Noon; TR: 9:30-11:00 a,m.
Ronald Building, Room 148, East Campus
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