Shari M. Childers, Ph.D. | Department of English

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Shari M. Childers, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer | Associate Director of First-Year Writing
407L Language Building

Dr. Shari M. Childers explores the confluence of literature, the environment, and gender, specifically the role that language plays in shaping and reshaping human interactions with our environments, communities, and with one another. Her most recent research, article submissions, and conference presentations have investigated conceptions of sustainability in a variety of women's literatures since 1850. While pursuing her own professional accomplishments, she has also been fortunate enough to teach. Her teaching experience in the last decade encompasses the full range of learners from tenth graders to college undergrads, from developmental learner populations to advanced placement students. Her current course offerings include World Literature, British Literature, and composition courses. She is one of the lucky few; she loves what she does.

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