Academics: Faculty

Dr. Anne Warner, Spelman College

Anne Bradford Warner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Director of the Comprehensive Writing Program
Spelman College Department of English
350 Spelman Lane
P.O.Box 745
Atlanta, Ga. 30314

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Ph.D., Emory University
M.A.,  Hollins College 
B.A.,  Hollins College


Harriet Jacobs at Home in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.”  The Southern 

 Quarterly.  45.3 (Spring 2008):  30-47. 
"What You See Is (Not) What You Get:  Collaborative Composing in Visual Space," written collaboratively with Margaret Price, Across the Disciplines. (December 2005).           

“Santa Claus Ain't a Real Man':  Gender and Incidents.”  In Haunted Bodies:  The
South and Gender,  Anne G. Jones and Susan Donaldson, Eds., University of 
Virginia Press, 1998.  185-200. 

"Carnival Laughter: Incidents and Resistance." In Harriet Jacobs and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl: New Critical Essays, Deborah Garfield and Rafia Zafar, eds., Cambridge University Press, 1995. 216-232. 

"Harriet Jacobs's Modest Proposals:  Revising Southern Hospitality."  The 
Southern Quarterly.  30.2-3 (Winter-Spring 1992):  22-29.

Grant Activities

Association of the Colleges of the South, Faculty Renewal Grant, 2010-2011, $7,000, 
PI, with Lisa Niles and Aditi Pai.  Offered 5 luncheon sessions for faculty
with nationally known academic editors and foundation proposal grantors.

Senior Faculty Sabbatical Grant, Fall, 2006

Small Faculty Development Grant, Fall, 2006, for travel to NYU Bobst Library and
North Carolina Archives, Norcom papers.

Bush-Hewlett Faculty Development Grant – $300,000-- January, 2003-December, 

Awards and Research Seminars

Spelman Presidential Award for Distinguished Service, 2006 

NYU Faculty Resource Network Summer Seminar in "Global Mythologies," June 6-
10, 2005.  This seminar supplemented a course I developed earlier, The Epic and Its Origins.

NYU Faculty Resource Network Summer Seminar in "Literature of the Americas,"
June 8-12, 2003.  This seminar supplied a new perspective and new materials
for the survey, U. S. Literature before 1865.

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