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English language educator

Sandra Ward Lott, American English language educator. National Endowment of the Humanities fellow University Massachusetts, 1987; Japan Institute fellow American Association State Colleges and Universities, San Diego State College, 1989; University Scholar University Montevallo, 1991; grantee Alabama Humanities Foundation, 1982, 83, 88.


Lott, Sandra Ward was born on November 29, 1937 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Daughter of Larry Fern and Madeline (Nabors) Ward.


Bachelor, University Montevalla (Alabama), 1958. Master of Arts, Emory University, 1959. Student, Emory University, 1960.


Assistant Professor of English, U. Montevallo, 1960-1979; associate professor, U. Montevallo, 1979-1992; professor, since 1992. English instructor Indian Springs School, Helena, Alabama, 1963-1964.


  • Other Work

    • Chief editor: Global Perspectives on Teaching Literature, 1992. Contributor articles to professional journals.


God, who is heard throughout the Bible, calls for justice for the widows, orphans and aliens who were oppressed by the powers of the day. Therefore the involvement in political life is something that Christians should not avoid.


The strong feature of Methodism is the role of local people take for the fabric of church buildings and manses and for the handling of money. They share with ordained ministers the role of setting direction for the churches in a particular area or 'circuit'.


Member American Association of University Women (branch president 1984-1986, state chair university relations 1988-1992), American Culture Association of South, National Council Teachers of English, Popular Culture Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Alabama Council Teachers of English.


Married John Bertrand Lott, August, 1961. Children: Anna Lott Haws. John Bertrand Junior, Ward Jeffrey.

Larry Fern Ward

Madeline (Nabors) Ward

John Bertrand Lott

Anna Lott Haws Lott