Welcome to the home page of Rebecca Phillips, professor of English. If you want to see what my courses are like, you can find syllabi and most of the handouts for my current classes here.
Professor of English
B.A., M.A. University of South Florida
Ph.D., West Virginia University
All students: Please take note of the information found here. This information applies to all students in all classes, not just mine.
Students: unless you hear otherwise via your WVUP-mail accounts or on my voicemail, all on-campus classes will meet. In the event that classes are canceled, check your WVUP e-mail as well as the course web page for assignments. I cannot edit WVUP web pages from home.
Students: if you miss class, please
check to see if any assignments are posted. If they are not, please e-mail
or call me or a classmate to find out what you missed. Note that there is
generally an assignment of some sort.
"Learning to read … means learning to live. Keeping your eyes open when you’re looking at a book is just a way of teaching yourself to keep them open all the time."
This has nothing to do with anything I teach, but you can now hear the sounds of the Assyrian and Babylonian languages: Babylonian and Assyrian Poetry and Literature: An Archive of Recordings: SOAS.
Ebrary Access. Off-campus access to the Ebrary electronic book database has changed. In addition to using the user name and password, you will also need to enter a WVU Parkersburg library card number. This is the 15 digit number under the barcode on the back of the card. If you need a card, please contact a member of the library staff. Contact Stephen Hupp at 418 for additional information.
For anyone who's interested, a link to my blog.