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Sandra L. Dahlberg

Professor of English
Ph.D., University of Washington, Seattle, 1997
S-1049
713-221-8949
dahlbergs@uhd.edu

Teaching:
Social Class and Literature, Mexican American Literature, Studies in Dramatic Literature, Introduction to Folklore, Literature and Culture of the Americas before 1800, American Literature survey.


Research Interests:
Social class and higher education, colonial-era dramatic performance, working-class representations in canonical American literature.


Selected Publications:
Book
Reclaiming Class: Women, Poverty, and the Promise of Higher Education in America, edited with Vivyan C. Adair. Temple University Press, 2003.


Scholarly Articles
"'All Hat and No Cattle': Separate and Unequal Funding for Higher Education in Texas," Radical Teacher 73 (2005).


"Welfare Class Identities and the Rhetoric of Erasure in Academia," with Vivyan C. Adair, Public Voices: A Journal of Public Policy 5.3 (2002)


"'Los Comanches' at Alcalde: Two Centuries of Tradition,"in Multilingual America: Transnationality, Ethnicity, and the Languages of American Literature, editor Wernor Sollors. New York University Press, 1998.


"Having the Last Word: Recording the Cost of Conquest in 'Los Comanches," in Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage, Vol. II, edited by Erlinda Gonzales-Berry and Charles Tatum. Arte Publico Press, 1996.


 

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