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English educator

Sarah Jane Sloane, American English educator. Member Modern Language Association, Academy American Poets (associate), American Association for Artificial Intelligence, College Composition and Comm., International Society for History of Rhetoric, National Council Teachers English, Rhetoric Society American, Wilkie Collins Society, 18th Century Scottish Studies Society.

Background

Sloane, Sarah Jane was born on October 5, 1957 in Tappan, New York, United States. Daughter of Thomas Charles and Virginia Louise (French) Sloane.

Education

Bachelor in English cum laude, Middlebury College, 1979. Master of Fine Arts in English, University Massachusetts, 1987. Master of Arts in English, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1988.

Doctor of Philosophy in English, Ohio State University, 1991.

Career

Director women studies, U. Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, 1993-1994, 96-98;assistant Professor of English, U. Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, 1991-1997;associate Professor of English, U. Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, since 1997. Visiting scholar U. Washington HIT-Lab, Seattle, since 1996. Lecturer in field.

Works

Membership

Member of Modern Language Association (committee on computers and emerging technologies 1998—2000, assembly delegate 2002-2004), Rhetoric Society of America, College Composition and Communications (executive committee 1999—2001, committee on status of women in the profession 2001-2004), 18th Century Scottish Studies Society, National Council Teachers English, International Society History of Rhetoric.

Connections

father:
Thomas Charles Sloane

mother:
Virginia Louise (French) Sloane