Rose Blouin

Rose Blouin has been a faculty member in Columbia's English Department since 1986. In addition to serving as faculty advisor to the English Department's nonfiction publication, South Loop Review, she teaches Creative Nonfiction: Journal Writing and other courses in the Creative Nonfiction program. She has also taught Introduction to Literature: African-American Literature, Introduction to Multicultural Literature, Writing & Rhetoric I and II, including developmental, CAI, and Community Service sections. She has done American Authors seminars focusing on Toni Morrison and Zora Neale Hurston.