ELENOR FRANCES FRAME

 

Department of English                                                                                                114 Register Road

The Citadel                                                                                          Charleston, South Carolina 29409

Charleston, South Carolina 29409                                                                                     (843) 534-0324

(843) 953-5136                                                                                                                                     

framef@citadel.edu                                                                                                                                                                        

  

 

EDUCATION               

 

Ph. D., English.  University of South Carolina, Columbia.

                                   

            Major:                     Nineteenth-Century British Literature

            Minor:                     Nineteenth-Century American Literature

            Dissertation:            "Matthew Arnold:  Conceptualizing Freedom," directed

                                                by William B. Thesing   

                                   

M.A., English.  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

                                   

            Thesis:  "Byron, Shelley, and Keats:  A Guide to Their Literary Relations"

 

B. A., English.  Davidson College.

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Assistant Professor, Department of English, The Citadel, August 2000-present.

 

Instructor, Department of English, University of South Carolina, January 2000-May 2000.

 

Instructor, Department of English, Columbia College, August 1996-December 1996.

 

Teaching Assistant, Department of English, University of South Carolina, August 1995-May 1996.

 

Instructor, Department of English, Midlands Technical College, January 1993-May 1994.

           

Writing Assistant, Writing Center, Midlands Technical College, August 1993-May 1994.

 

Courses Designed and Taught:

 

  Victorian Literature (graduate)

  Victorian Poetry

  Nineteenth-Century British Novel

  Major British Writers before 1800

  Major British Writers after 1800

  Composition and Literature

  English Composition

  Basic Writing

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EXPERIENCE              

 

Founder and Director, TIDE Program, Department of English, The Citadel, December 2001-present.

  Conduct technology workshops in the English Department.

  Maintain TIDE web site and several English Deparment web sites.

 

Graduate Assistant, Computer Services, Academic & Research Support, University of South Carolina, January-August 1995 and June 1996-May 2000.

  Edited Information Technology Bulletin (web and print publication) and manage associated ITBULLET email notification list.

  Managed all (over 1000) email distribution lists across seven USC campuses, using LISTSERV software.

  Designed and maintained web pages for Information Technology Training & Support group, F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary project, and USC webmaster.

  Taught Macintosh, Windows, and mainframe communications and Internet applications.  Taught HTML. 

  Supported Macintosh, Windows, and mainframe communications and Internet applications.

 

Instructor, Continuing Education, University of South Carolina, October 1997-May 2000.

  Designed and taught Web Authoring: Introduction to HTML.               

  Designed and taught Introduction to the Internet.

  Designed and taught Doing Business on the Internet.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

“The Army.”  Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era.  6 vols.  New York: Grolier, 2004.

 

“Thomas Arnold.”  Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era.  6 vols.  New York: Grolier, 2004.

 

“Isabella Bird.”  Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era.  6 vols.  New York: Grolier, 2004.

 

“Christian Socialism.”  Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era.  6 vols.  New York: Grolier, 2004.

 

“Morality.”  Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era.  6 vols.  New York: Grolier, 2004.

 

Rugby Football.”  Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era.  6 vols.  New York: Grolier, 2004.

 

 Review of Thomas and Jane Carlyle: Portrait of a Marriage by Rosemary Ashton.  Nineteenth-Century Prose 29 (2002) 229-232.

 

Editor, IT Bulletin.  1995-present.  University of South Carolina.  http://www.sc.edu/dlis/bulletin/index.html.

 

Editor, GSA News.  November/December 1999.  University of South Carolina.  http://www.gradschool.sc.edu/gsa/newsletter.html. 

 

“Richard Hovey,” “John Hay,” and “James Whitcomb Riley” in Whitman and Dickinson’s Contemporaries: An Anthology of Their Work.  Southern Illinois University Press, 1996.  pp. 351-357; 411-417; 486-495.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

 The Christian Response to Thomas Carlyle: Linking Aesthetics to Religion and Morality in the Nineteenth Century."  Mideast Conference on Christianity and Literature.  Dayton, OH.  October 18-19, 2002.

 

Arnold's Heroes: The Military Leader as Situated Self."  Victorians Institute Conference on "The Military in Victorian England."  Charleston, SC.  4-5 October 2002.

 

TIDE: Technology Initiative at the Department of English.”  Southeast Regional EDUCAUSE Conference.  Charleston, SC.  17-19 June 2002.

 

Teaching with an Electronic Whiteboard.”  Charleston Connections Conference.  Charleston, SC, 31 May 2002.

 

 “Carlyle and Swinburne: Common Concerns and Shared Struggles.”  International Conference on Thomas Carlyle.  Armstong Browning Library, Baylor University, Waco, Texas.  October 22-25, 1997.   

 

 

SERVICE ACTIVITIES

 

Advisor, English Club, The Citadel, August 2002-present.

 

Academic Advisor, Mike Company, The Citadel, August 2001-present.

 

Computer Committee, The Citadel, August 2000-present.

 

Webmaster and owner of GSA-LIST email distribution list, Graduate Student Association, University of South Carolina, 1998-99.

 

Coordinator of weekly Activity Night, Graduate Student Association, University of South Carolina, 1998-99.

 

Appointee, SACS Information Technology Task Force, University of South Carolina, 1999.

 

 

HONORS

 

Outstanding Graduate Student, Graduate Student Association, University of South Carolina, 1999.

 

 

REFERENCES

 

Dr. William B. Thesing, Professor                                  Dr. Joel Myerson, Professor                             

Department of English                                       Department of English

University of South Carolina                                           University of South Carolina

 

Dr. H. Meili Steele, Professor                                        Ms. Miriam Mitchell, Director               

Department of English                                       Information Technology Training & Support

University of South Carolina                                           Computer Services                                                                                                                                University of South Carolina

Dr. Steve Lynn, Professor                                            

Department of English

University of South Carolina