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Robin Littell

Assistant Professor of Writing and Composition

Office: 937-319-0142
Location: McGregor 209 (Inside the Writing Center)

Robin Littell has been teaching English composition courses for over ten years to a diverse
body of traditional and non-traditional students at varying levels of skill and confidence in their
writing. She builds course content in ways that make the writing process meaningful and
engaging, leading students to develop a “tool kit” that is transferable from class to class and
beyond. Through careful attention to student needs, Robin creates a learning environment that
is supportive yet challenges students to do their best work.

Robin also writes flash fiction, a literary genre with a vibrant history in which attention to the narrative arc, language, and image is vital because of the limited space of the form. See Robin’s CV below for a complete list of awards, recognitions, and links to publications.

Selected Courses

ENG 101: English Composition Plus
ENG 105: English Composition
ENG 251: Expository Writing
ENG 250: Creative Writing
ENG 350: Advanced Creative Writing


M.F.A., Creative Writing (Fiction), Miami University
M.A., English, National University
Thesis – Dividing the Mind: Connections to the Uncanny in The Yellow Wallpaper and
Reading Lolita In Tehran
B.A., Psychology, Magna Cum Laude, Ohio State University


View Robin Littell’s CV