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Ph.D., UNC-Chapel Hill
M.A., University of Connecticut
B.A., University of Colorado-Boulder
Serving as the Faculty-in-Residence for the UNC in Washington Program through May 2009, Lee Schweninger teaches a specialized course in the Washington Experience called "Narratives of Democracy" and helps direct the program in Washington, DC. Most of Dr. Schweninger's research is directed toward contemporary American Indian literature and film, but he has also published on several earlier American literary figures.
ENG 101 College Writing and Reading
ENG 223 American Literature I (survey)
ENG 350 American Romanticism
ENG 356 American Indian Literatures
Listening to the Land: American Indian Literary Responses to the Landscape. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2008.
N. Scott Momaday. Detroit: Manly, Inc., 2001.
The Writings of Celia Parker Woolley (1848-1918), Literary Activist. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen P, 1998.
John Winthrop. Boston: Twayne Publishers.