Chantel Langlinais Carlson

Instructor II
English
Reed Hall 126

c.l.carlson@tcu.edu | 817-257-4601

Education

Ph.D. in English with a concentration in creative writing, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2007
MA in English with a concentration in creative writing, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2002
BA in English, Texas A & M University, 1994

Courses Taught

Introduction to Fiction Literature
Introduction to Poetry
Introduction to Drama
Introduction to Creative Writing
Approaches to Film
Introductory Composition (Issues in American Popular Culture, Water, and Food and Culture)
Intermediate Composition (Visible Identities: Exploring Cultural Issues in Documentary Film, Humor as Argument, and Social Media and Gen Y)
Reading as a Writer
Introduction to Women’s Writing (WGST)
The Evolution of the American Female Writer (WGST)
Drama Writing Workshop I
American Poetry
American Drama
American Drama: Women of the Stage (WGST)
Drama Writing Workshop II

Areas of Focus

Creative Writing
Drama and Performance Studies
Poetry and Poetics
20th and 21st century American Literature
Gender and Sexuality Studies
Women's Writing
Film and Visual Culture

“Play It Again, Dad: A Reflection on Memory, Movies, and R.P. McMurphy.” The Outtake. 1 December 2015.

“Aperture” and “Extraction.” Truck, 2014

The Exhibit. Next Stage Press, 2014.

Turning 25. Nous-zot Press. 2012.

“Framing the Victorian Heroine: Representations of the Ideal Woman in Art and Fiction.” Interdisciplinary Humanities Journal 22.2 (2005): 73-87.

“Burnout on the Frontlines: What Colleges of Education Fail to Teach.” Louisiana English Journal 9 (2004): 226-36.

Jean Giles-Sims Wise Woman Award nominee, Spring 2014

Teacher Certification Program, Texas A & M University, December 1995.