Lecturer: Suzanne Disheroon-Green
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|Choose "Reading" to hear Suzanne Disheroon-Green read "Ligeia."||Choose "Interpreting" to gain insights into the themes and images found in "Ligeia."||Choose "Writing" to hear suggestions for writing about Poe's "Ligeia."|
About the Lecturer:
Suzanne Disheroon-Green, Ph.D., serves as Associate Professor of American Literature and Director of Graduate Studies in English at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. She is co-author of four books: At Fault by Kate Chopin: A Scholarly Edition with Background Readings (2001), Kate Chopin: An Annotated Bibliography of Critical Work (1999) with David J. Caudle, Songs of the New South: Writing Contemporary Louisiana (2001), and Songs of the Reconstructing South: Building Literary Louisiana, 1865-1945 (2002) with Lisa Abney. Her work has also appeared in journals such as Southern Quarterly and Southern Studies. Disheroon-Green is the lead author of Voices of the American South, which was published by Pearson Longman in the fall of 2004. She recently completed editing a volume in the Dictionary of Literary Biography series titled Twenty-first Century American Novelists with Lisa Abney. She is currently working on a book-length study entitled Understanding Kaye Gibbons for the University of South Carolina Press.