David Rutledge, Ph.D.

Retained Instructor

David RutledgeContact

Office: LA 195
Phone: 504-280-7196
Email: drutledg@uno.edu

Background

Education: Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University

Dave Rutledge is the editor of "Where We Know: New Orleans as Home" from Chin Music Press/ Broken Levee Books, as well as the author of a book on Vladimir Nabokov: "Nabokov's Permanent Mystery: The Expression of Metaphysics in His Work." He is also the author of the 2006 New Orleans anthology, Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?," which is now out in paperback.

Read an interview with Dr. Rutledge about Where We Know: New Orleans as Home and other issues

Courses Taught

4522/5522 – Late Shakespeare
4521/5521 – Early Shakespeare
4043/5043 – New Orleans Literature
4034/5034 (online) – Contemporary American Literature
2258 – Interpreting Literature
2521 – Shakespeare
2372 – Classics of Western Literature II
2239 – Reading Fiction (honors)
2238 – Reading Fiction
2152 – Technical Writing
2043 – New Orleans Literature
2041 – Major American Writers
2032 – American Literature since the Civil War
2031 – American Literature before the Civil War
1158 – Composition for English Majors
1158 – First-Year Writing II
1157 – First-Year Writing I

Independent Studies Directed

New Orleans Literature – Tanisha Jones – Fall 2015
Shakespeare's Tragedies – Peter Brown – Fall 2014
Satire – Wesley Muller – Fall 2013
Teaching Shakespeare in High School – Lara Arceneaux – Fall 2012
American Literature since the Civil War – Emily Georges – Fall 2011
Shakespeare's Histories – Tonya Pruett – Spring 2009