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Lorraine Robinson
Teaching Instructor


Office: Bate 2113
Phone: 252-328-1538
E-mail: robinsonlo@ecu.edu

Lorraine Hale Robinson joined the English faculty in 1990 after teaching at Craven Community College and North Carolina Wesleyan College. She has taught a variety of courses, and has supervised a range of independent studies from "Female Protagonists as Decision Makers" to an exploration of how poetry in America diverges from traditional Western models. Robinson has studied at the Goethe Institut in Schwaebisch Hall, Germany, and is also a professional musician. She is the Director of the East Carolina Center for the Liberal Arts, serves as Senior Associate Editor of the North Carolina Literary Review, and has won national awards for her creation and editing of the newsletter for the ECU Chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.

Degrees
B.A. East Carolina University
M.A. East Carolina University

Primary Areas of Research/Teaching
Languages
The Medieval Period
Director, Center for the Liberal Arts (College of Arts & Sciences)
Senior Associate Editor, North Carolina Literary Review

Courses Taught
3880: Writing for Business and Industry
2200: Major American Authors
2100: Major British Authors
2000: Interpreting Literature
1200: Composition
1100: Composition



E-mail & Website Links
North Carolina Literary Review