What classes do you teach at Anderson
Composition and Communication I and II, Literary Theory, 19th Century American Literature, Southern Literature, Special Topics (Appalachian Literature, Literature of the “Rough South”), 20th Century American Literature
What year did you start teaching at AU
Why teach at AU?
The camaraderie among students and faculty and the strong sense of community and commitment to moral and intellectual values.
Hiking, backpacking, painting, drawing, travel
People might be interested to know I...
Am the son of legendary Clemson University baseball coach and National Collegiate Baseball Hall of Fame member, Bill Wilhelm
How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?
Wilhelm, Randall. 2014. The Ron Rash Reader (Editor). Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.
Wilhelm, Randall. 2014. All the pretty (picture book) horses: Cormac McCarthy as verbal illustrator. Beyond Borders: All the Pretty Horses. Casebook Studies in Cormac McCarthy, Vol. III. Miami, Florida: The Cormac McCarthy Society.
Wilhelm, Randall. 2014. Seeing Paul Gauguin in Philip Roth’s “Goodbye, Columbus.” Philip Roth Studies. 10 (2): 47-60.
Wilhelm, Randall. 2012. The wrath of the path: spatial politics and municipal power in McCarthy’s Suttree. Casebook Studies in Cormac McCarthy, Vol. I. Miami, Florida: The Cormac McCarthy Society.
Wilhelm, Randall. 2012. You would not believe what watches: Suttree and Cormac McCarthy’s Knoxville. Casebook Studies in Cormac McCarthy, Vol. I. Miami, Florida: The Cormac McCarthy Society.