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Theresa Mae Thompson, Ph.D.

“Beneath it is all dark, it is all spreading,
it is unfathomably deep;
but now and again we rise to the surface
and that is what you see us by.”
Virginia Woolf

"I can't bear art that you can walk round and admire. A book should be either a bandit or a rebel or a man in the crowd."
D. H. Lawrence

"All first-rate poetry is occupied with morality: this is the lesson of Beaudelaire."
T. S. Eliot

Spring 2014


All course materials will be available on Blazeview D2L by January 5, 2014.

Research Resources
Indiana University-University Purdue Indianapolis, UWC: How to Plan and Write a Research Literature Review
UC Santa Cruz: How to Distinguish between Primary & Secondary Sources, How to Distinguish between Popular and Scholarly Journals, and How to Write a Literature Review
Paul Brians World Civilizations Course Materials at WSU, http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/guides_index.html
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: http://www.iep.utm.edu/
Indian Philosophy - Directory of Online Resources: http://www.academicinfo.net/hinduismphil.html
Chinese Philosophy: http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/CHPHIL/CHPHIL.HTM
The Humanities Index: Resources for Humanists: http://humx.org/

Access Office for Students with Disabilities
VSU Student Success Center (SSC)
How to Write the Literary Essay
St. Martin's Handbook
Hypergrammar
Paramedic Method for Editing
How to Avoid Plagiarism
Bedford Research Room
Literary Resources
Websites for Literary Theory
Websites for Women / Gender Studies
Website for The American Civil Liberties Union

Information about the Professor

Curriculum Vitae (Printable Copy)
Poetry
Notes on Teaching English


Good literature is also tasty.