This year Sewanee English Professor Virginia Craighill published three articles relating to teaching writing, the letters of playwright Tennessee Williams, and the "Lost Cause" of American College football.
Here publications can be found here:
* “Finding the Freshman Voice: Using One Writer's Beginnings in the Classroom" in Teaching the Works of Eudora Welty: Twenty-First Century Approaches, Claxton, Mae Miller and Julia Eichelberger, eds. University Press of Mississippi: 2018 (167-171).
* "Tennessee Williams, Letters, 1937-1977" commentary in The Sewanee Review: Winter 2018 (72-87).
* "The Lost Cause," Sport Literate: January 2018 (http://sportliterate.org/2018/01/the-lost-cause/)
Virginia Craighill serves as a Teaching Professor of English at the University of the South. More information on her life and work can be found here.