Carrie L. Holligan
The College of Saint Rose
432 Western Avenue
Albany, New York 12203
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- M.A., State University of New York at New Paltz, English Literature (2005)
- B.A., State University of New York at New Paltz, English Literature and Creative Writing (2003)
- National University of Ireland at Galway
- Expository Writing, Oral Communication, and Research Techniques (ENG 105)
- Texts and Contexts: Therapeutic Writing and Literature (ENG 106)
- Humanities Seminar: Language and the Self (taught @ Sage College of Albany)
- Humanities Seminar: Language and Community (taught @ Sage College of Albany)
- Technical Writing (taught @ Sage College of Albany)
- Freshman Composition I: Life Writing (taught @ SUNY New Paltz)
- Freshman Composition II: The Therapeutic Benefits of Expressive Writing (taught @ SUNY New Paltz)
Spring 2009 Course Taught @ St. Rose
Expository Writing, Oral Communication, and Research Techniques
- Monday & Wednesday 10:25-11:40
- Friday 10:25-11:20
3rd Floor of Marcelle Hall, 444 Western Avenue
Spring 2009 Office Hours
Wednesday 9:30-10:20 and Friday 11:20-12:00 (by appointment)
- Teaching apparatus for Legacies: Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Nonfiction, Jan Zlotnik Schmidt, 2006.
- “Textual Trauma: The After-Affects of Studying Holocaust Literature.” New York College English Association Conference: “Resistance to Tyranny: Representing the Struggle for Human Rights in Literature,” April 2006.
- “An Interrupted Writer: Etty Hillesum and the Power of Expressive Journaling.” Masters Thesis, December 2005.
- “Charting the Way to Clarity: Psychology and the Therapeutic Writing Classroom.” New York College English Association Conference: “Cartographies: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Language and Literature,” April 2005.
- “Giving Sorrow Words: The Therapeutic Benefits of Expressive Writing and the Composition Classroom.” State University of New York at Stony Brook English Graduate Conference, February 2005.
- “The Importance of Witnessing: Reading Holocaust Literature.” State University of New York at New Paltz School of Fine and Performing Arts Conference: “Arts Now, Sites of Conflict: Art in a Culture of Violence,” September 2001.
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