2010 Award Winners

Frances Hernandez Teacher-Scholar Award
Dr. Deborah McCollister of Dallas Baptist University

American Literature Award
Jennifer Ravey (Lamar University) for “Hearing and Listening: Lloyd’s Failure in Carver’s ‘Cathedral’”

British Literature Award
Karen Priest (Lamar State College-Orange) for “Reversing Roles: Gender Politics and Mythopoesis in Graham Greene’s Travels With My Aunt”

World Literature Award
Tia Black (University of Texas at Arlington) for “Writing Cultures into Visibility: Contemporary Asian and Middle Eastern poets in light of Tagore’s Creative Unity.”

Pedagogy in Literature Award
Lorrie Wolfard (Tarrant County College) for “Unearthing the Comedy in Shakespeare’s Hamlet: The Lively Language of Comedy and Suggestions for Teaching It”

Randy Popken Memorial Award
Pamela Saur (Lamar University) for “Purity versus Corruption and Other Linguistic Battles”

Pedagogy in Rhetoric Paper
Rebecca Dowden (Houston Baptist University) for “The Hybrid Approach: Discipline- Focused Composition Courses”

Creative Writing Award for Poetry
Sally Hannay (Schreiner University) for a collection she calls “In the Great Big Middle”

George Nixon Award for Fiction
Steven Sherwood (Texas Christian University) for “Physical Education”

William E. Tanner Award
Ben Sword (Texas Woman’s University) for “’Remember Your Audience.’ ‘ What Audience?’ : How General Studies Programs Affect Composition Studies’ Interaction with Concepts of Academic Inquiry and Discourse Community”

TCEA Award Winner
Cliff Hudder (Lone Star College-Montgomery) for “‘Most barbarously large and final’: Placing Texas in Billy Lee Brammer’s The Gay Place

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