Tara Friedman, MA, ABD
- Senior Lecturer
- MA, American Literature (2008)
Salisbury University (MD)
- BA, English and Education (2006)
Wilkes University (PA)
I received my BA, with honors, in English and education from Wilkes University. I was awarded a teaching assistantship at Salisbury University where I graduated with an MA in literature. I am currently ABD and pursuing my PhD from IUP.
My research interests include female resistance and agency in late 19th- and 20th-century American novels, critical thinking and writing center theory and pedagogy, the '60s in America, and American humor. My pedagogy focuses on a student-centered approach with active class engagement and group collaboration.
- Friedman, Tara. "Sherman Alexie's Humor in Blasphemy." Critical Insights: The American Short Story. Eds. Michael Cocchiarale and Scott D. Emmert. Amenia: Grey House Publishing, 2015. Print.
- Friedman, Tara. Rev. of Nelly Arcan's Burqa of Skin. West Trade Review. March 2015.
- Friedman, Tara. "The Changing American Family: 20th Century Fiction and Beyond." Greifswald University Lecture Series. Greifswald, Germany. Presentation.
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
American Humor Studies Association (AHSA)