Lynn Moss Sanders

Professor
American Literature - 1900-Present, Folklore
321 Sanford/Gen Ed Office
828-262-2336
Office Hours: 
TR: 12:00-2:00
Education: 
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Education: 
M.A., Appalachian State University
Education: 
B.S., Appalachian State University

Academic Specialty

Folklore, American Literature

Lynn Moss Sanders has taught in the English department at ASU since 1987. She is currently serving as Coordinator of the Heltzer Honors Program.

Selected Publications

  • Howard W. Odum's Folklore Odyssey: Transformation to Tolerance through African American Folk Studies. University of Georgia, 2003.
  • "Creating Knowledge Through Primary Research." Co-authored with Georgia Rhoades. The Subject is Research: Processes and Practices. Ed. Wendy Bishop and Pavel Zemliansky. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2001. 69-81
  • " 'An Effort Toward Good Will and Good Wishes': Folk Studies and Howard Odum's Changing View of Race." Southern Cultures . 3.2 (Summer 1997), 47-66.
  • "Sure Shot Girl Wonder of Westchester County: Rediscovering Trixie Belden." Co-authored with Trudy G. Moss. Arizona English Bulletin . 39.2 (Winter 1997), 40-45.
  • "Girls Who Do Things: The Protagonists of Robin McKinley's Fantasy Fiction." The ALAN Review . 24.1 (Fall 1996), 38-42.


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