Richard Louth

The Writing Marathon: "In Good Company Revealed"

PhD, MA, University of Virginia. BA, Brown University.

Selected Publications:

Editor. The Writing Marathon: "In Good Company Revealed." Raleigh, NC: 2011.

Editor. Katrina: In Their Own Words. Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project. 2006.

Co-authored with Elizabeth Curtin. How to Teach Freshman Composition. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1994.

Co-edited with Ann Martin Scott. Collaborative Technical Writing: Theory and Practice. St. Paul, MN: Association of Teachers of Technical Writing, 1989.

Selected Shorter Publications:
"New Orleans in Words." Louisiana Literature 28.1 (2011): 40-106.

"Francesca." Country Roads (June 2010): 33-35.

"The Muses at Molly's." Word and Image: Invitations to a Culture of Composition. Eds. Jeff Wiemelt, Natasha Whitton, and Jayetta Slawson. Boston: Pearson, 2010. 941-44.

"Growing Pains." Country Roads (June 2007): 50-53.

"Katrina in Words: Writing the Storm." Journal of College Writing 9 (2007): 62-70.

"12:42 P.M." and "8:42 P.M." Louisiana in Words. Ed. Joshua Clark. Gretna, LA: Pelican Press, 2007. 59, 152.

Co-authored with Tom Thompson. "Radical Sabbaticals: Putting Yourself in Danger." College Composition and Communication 55.1 (September 2003): 147-171.

"The New Orleans Writing Marathon." The Quarterly 24.1 (2002): 3-9.

Selected other Professional Activities and Achievements:
2001: President's Award for Excellence in Teaching
2001: Louisiana Endowment "Special Humanities Award"
1997: Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences (1997-2000)
1997: Co-Chair, NCTE Conference, New Orleans, "Conflict and Consensus in the Portfolio Movement"
1992-2011: Founding Director of Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project
1991: Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching
1990-2005: Coordinator of English Proficiency
1988-2005: Director of Freshman English