photo credit: Harold Baquet


Dr. Barbara C. Ewell

Professor Emerita of English
formerly Dorothy Harrell Brown
Distinguished Professor

City College Faculty (1984-2006)

Loyola University New Orleans

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The American Memory Project

Recent Projects & Other Information

The Anthology of Spanish American Thought and Culture
edited by Jorge Aguilar MoraJosefa Salmón, and Barbara C. Ewell
   (University Press of Florida, 2017)

NOW IN PAPERBACK!  Only $30 at  University Press of Florida, 2020
“A first-rate, unique gathering of key texts and images from throughout Spanish America”
Visit the Open Educational Resources Commons for lots of additional material:

Sweet Spots: In-Between Spaces in New Orleans
edited by  Teresa A. Toulouse and Barbara C. Ewell
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2018)

“A collection of lively new essays that explore the Crescent City's spaces”

Kate Chopin International Society Website  (
The latest information on Kate Chopin and extensive resources on her fiction.

Kate Chopin Website (a class project)

Read the introduction to my book, written with Pamela Menke:
Southern Local Color: Stories of Region, Race and Gender
Other Info

COURSES (Fall 2016-Fall 2014)

ENGL A466:W01 Southern Women Writers
--an online course
ENGL N220-051 Writing about Literature: Texts and Textuality
O256:W01  American Regionalism
--an online course
ENGL A351:W01 Louisiana Literature
--an online course
ENGL A438:051 Southern Literature
--an online course
ENGL A373: W01 The Black Writer in America
--an online course
ENGL A243: 051 American Masterworks
ENGL A385:051 Women Writers
ENGL A479:051 Great American Writers
(pre-1900): Kate Chopin 

Quick Links

WAC Lab On-line Writing Resources
Purdue OWL
Loyola Women's Center Home Page
Tulane Gender and Sexuality Studies
Newcomb College Institute
Newcomb College and the Center for Research on Women (gone, but not forgotten)
UNO Women's Cente

This page was  updated on 1 June 2021.

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