Dr. Julia Rawa, Ph.D.


Dr. Julia Rawa, Ph.D.

Office Information

Campus
Location
Title
Email
Phone
Fax
Seminole Campus
TL Commons
Professor
Rawa.Julia@spcollege.edu
(727) 394-6122
(727) 499-9082


Biography


“A university should be a place of light, of liberty, and of learning.”  ~Benjamin Disraeli 
 

Dr. Julia Rawa-White has a B.A. in English from Rollins College, M.A. in English from the University of South Florida, Ph.D. in English from the University of South Florida, and Certificate in Digital Humanities from Oxford University. She has served as secretary, vice president, and president of the Florida College English Association. Dr Rawa-White’s  primary research focuses on global history as a theoretical approach to aesthetics and literary studies. She was honored to win a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to pursue study of W. B. Yeats at the National University of Ireland and Trinity College. W. B. Yeats: A Reassessment required alliance with scholars from the USA, Ireland, and the UK as well as joint publication. Recent NEH grants include National Endowment for the Humanities grants to study Shakespeare at the Folger Library: From the Globe to the Global and Modernism at Stanford University: Cultures of Interwar Urban Modernism. Dr. Rawa-White’s most recent book, The Imperial Quest and Modern Memory (Routledge), makes use of postcolonial theory to track both the tensions and intersections between modernism and imperialism in the modern novel. The Imperial Quest and Modern Memory is part of Wellesley's Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory Series. She is currently co-editing a book that evolved from NEH research at Stanford University: Transnational Modernism and Urban Conflict in the Interwar Era. This project examines cultural vanguards and sites of urban conflict in the interwar period. Dr. Rawa-White also participates in professional activities (FCEA, CEA, MLA) and publishes related research in scholarly journals (Florida Studies & the Journal of Florida Literature). Her courses include Interdisciplinary Studies I&II, British Literature I&II, American Literature I&II, and World Literature I&II. She is committed to innovative, interdisciplinary, and student-centered teaching. In teaching writing, she accentuates the relationship between thinking and writing central to the Writing to Learn Movement (Rossenwasser & Stephen). While at the University of South Florida, Dr. Rawa-White was honored to receive the James Parrish Award for Outstanding Teaching.

INKLINKS INTERVIEW: Dr. Julia Rawa-White

 

Office Schedule


Please Make Appointments for Conferences & Tutorials.

TuesdayWednesdayThursday
3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Seminole Campus, TL 104
2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Seminole Campus, TL 104
2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Seminole Campus, TL 104


Tutoring Availability


Instructions: Please Bring Essay Drafts to Tutorials! See Office Schedule for Availability Updates.

TuesdayWednesdayThursday
3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Seminole Campus, TL 104
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Seminole Campus, TL 104
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Seminole Campus, TL 104


Classroom Schedule


Classes shown below are for the current term: Fall Term 2016 (0520)

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
IDS 1106   #3374
SE LI304
9:30 am - 12:15 pm
LIT 2110   #1567
SE TL126
7:00 pm - 9:40 pm
IDS 1106   #3374
SE LI304
9:30 am - 12:15 pm


Subjects Taught


American Literature, English Literature, Humanities, Interdisciplinary Studies, Literature


Course Info


= Julia Rawa has added information specific to this course. (syllabus, video, class meeting times, etc.)

Fall Term 2016 arrow 0520
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
  ENL 2012   British Literature I (to 1800) 0919SEOnline8/15/1612/09/16
  LIT 2110   World Lit I Ancient-Renaissanc 1558SEOnline8/15/1612/09/16
  LIT 2110   World Lit I Ancient-Renaissanc 1567SEFace-to-Face8/15/1612/09/16
  LIT 2110   World Lit I Ancient-Renaissanc 1589SEOnline8/15/1612/09/16
  AML 2010   American Literature I: to 1865 2078SEOnline8/15/1612/09/16
  IDS 1106   IDS I: Comp I & Intro to Hum 3374SEFace-to-Face8/15/1612/09/16
  HUM 1020   Introduction to Humanities 3441SEOnline8/15/1612/09/16
Summer Term 2016 arrow 0515
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
  LIT 2120   World Lit II Renaissanc-Presnt 0165SEOnline5/16/167/08/16
  LIT 2110   World Lit I Ancient-Renaissanc 0393SEOnline5/16/167/08/16
  HUM 2233   Western Humanities:Baroque 0759SEOnline5/16/167/22/16