Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of English
Sandra Beals
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Office: C710 Wells Hall
Email: bealssan@msu.edu

M.A. Eastern Michigan University
A.M. University of Michigan
A.B. University of Michigan

Sandra Beals received her AB in linguistics and AM in language acquisition/pedagogy from the University of Michigan and her MA in children’s literature from Eastern Michigan University.  She lived in Bogotá, Colombia for many years where she co-authored English language textbooks and taught English.  Since returning to the U.S., she has taught Spanish at the University of Michigan and worked in publishing before returning to academia.  She is a doctoral candidate whose research interests include English literature from 1880–1925, narratology, the relationships among language, thought, and culture, and ideology in literature.

COURSES TAUGHT:

IAH207: Scottish Literature, Culture, and Identities
IAH207: Literature, Culture, and Identities: Autobiography
IAH207: Dangerous Literature
IAH207: Comedy and Identity
WRAC150: First-year Writing
ENG126: Introduction to Literary Genres
ENG140: Literature and Society
ENG210: Foundations in Literary Studies.