Mrs. Lynn Russell

Assistant Professor of English

E-mail: lrussell6565@bryan.edu
Office Phone: 423-775-7239

Academic Degrees

  • M.A., English Literature, University of South Florida (2018)
  • B.A., English Literature, Bryan College (2016)
  • B.S., Music: Piano Pedagogy, Bryan College (2016)

Publications, Research, & Editing

  • Heiser, Martha. “‘The King’s Highway:’ Reading England’s Road in The Pilgrim’s Progress, Part I.” Reading the Road in Shakespeare’s Britain, edited by Lisa Hopkins and Bill Angus, Edinburgh Press, 2018.

Conference & Workshop Presentations

  • Russell, Martha. “Writing Tutor Education: Plans for Equitable Theories and Practices.” Tennessee Writing Center Director’s Day, 5 June 2021. Virtual.
  • Russell, Martha. “Teaching Visual Collaboration in Undergraduate Technical Writing Classes.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, 7-10 April 2021, Virtual.
  • Russell, Martha. “Visual Rhetoric in the Technical Communication Classroom: Ethics and Collaboration.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference, 21-24 May 2020, Hilton Portland Executive Tower, Portland, OR.
  • Russell, Martha. “Visual Rhetoric in the Technical Communication Classroom: Ethics and Collaboration.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference, 21-24 May 2020, Hilton Portland Executive Tower, Portland, OR.
  • Russell, Martha. “‘Undisputed Queen’ of Nineteenth-Century Boston: Jennie Collins and Working-Class Literature.” Christianity and Literature Conference, 26-28 March 2020, Milligan College, Milligan College, TN.
  • Russell, Martha. “The Effects of Time: Reading a Historical Perspective of John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress Part 1.” Christianity and Literature Conference, 8 June 2019, Lee University, Cleveland, TN.
  • Russell, Martha. “The King’s Highway: Political Commentary in The Pilgrim’s Progress, Part 1.” Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, 21 March 2019, Gaylord National Hotel, Washington D.C.

Courses Taught

  • ENG 420: English Tutoring Theory and Pedagogy
  • ENG 374: Editing Essentials
  • ENG 327: Advanced Grammar
  • PHYS 245L: College Physics I

Grant Funding

  • Appalachian College Association Summer Pre-Doctoral Fellowship: $5000
  • Modern Language Association Summer Institute Grant Recipient: $2500