Henry Hughes

Professor of Literature and Writing, English Studies Department

503-838-9494 | hughesh@wou.edu
BELL 316

Personal Website

Why I chose WOU

Great colleagues and students

At WOU since

09/16/2002

Hobbies

Angling, Boating, Hiking, Gardening

Hometown

Port Jefferson, Long Island, NY

Favorite book/movie

Ridiculous Question

Office Hours

MonTuesWedsThursFri
2:00-4:00 3:00-4:00  
Online throughout the week

Course schedule

Spring 2020
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
31763 WR463 ADV CREATIVE NONFICTION WRKSHP TR 1400-1550 BELL 330
31683 LIT432 AMERICAN SHORT STORIES M 1700-2050 BELL 330
31684 LIT532 AMERICAN SHORT STORIES M 1700-2050 BELL 330
31676 LIT254 SURVEY AMERICAN LITERATURE II TR 1000-1150 BELL 330

Vitae

Teaching focus

In addition to introductory classes in poetry and fiction, and surveys in American literature, my seminars include Literature of the American Civil War, American and British Nature Writing, Literature of Rivers, Literature of the Sea, Fishing Across Cultures, Modern and Contemporary Poetry, and Oregon Writers. I also offer focus studies on the writings of Henry David Thoreau, Herman Melville, Emily Dickinson, Ernest Hemingway, Annie Proulx, and Alice Munro.

My writing workshops explore poetry, fiction, literary journalism, and creative nonfiction, with special interests in book reviewing, nature writing, and the memoir.




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