Director of the Writing Center
M.F.A., University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, 1996
Office: Griffin 340
Teaching and Research Areas
Composition, interdisciplinary humanities, Creative writing (poetry), British and American literature, Shakespeare, Renaissance literature.
Denise Rogers’ poems have appeared in such magazines as Louisiana Literature, Mid-America Poetry Review, Borderlands: The Texas Poetry Review, Ekphrasis, The Alaska Quarterly Review and Xavier Review. Her poem “Ars Poetica” was a finalist for the Ekphrasis Poetry Contest in 2005, and her poem “Snow Falling on Small Town” won the Louisiana Literature Poetry Prize for 2004. She is a frequent contributor to Interdisciplinary Humanities, the journal of the National Association for Humanities Education. In 2002, she was a recipient of an Artist’s Fellowship from the Louisiana Division of the Arts. Her first book of poems, The Scholar’s Daughter, was published in 2008 by Louisiana Literature Press.