Tonya Stremlau Ph.D.
 
Education
  • Ph.D., Louisiana State University, English, 1996
  • M.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, English, 1992
  • B.A, Oral Roberts University, English Literature, 1990
Short Biography
Dr. Stremlau, a Professor in the Department of English, has worked at Gallaudet since 1996. In addition to teaching a variety of literature and writing courses in the English Department, she also teaching interdisciplinary courses in the General Studies Program, including "Play with Language: ASL and English. She is the editor of The Deaf Way II Anthology: A Literary Collection by Deaf and Hard of Hearing Writers (2002) and the author of short stories "A Nice Romantic Dinner" and "Local Deaf Woman Abandons Twin Infants."
Specializations
Creative Writing (prose forms); Deaf Literature, Composition and Rhetoric; Women's Literature; Southern Literature
Learn more about Tonya Stremlau Ph.D.
About Gallaudet
Administration
Campus Photos
Clerc Center
Communications and Public Relations
Contact Us
Diversity
Employment Opportunities
Fast Facts
GU Press
Make an Online Gift
Maps & Directions
Mission & Goals
Sustainability
Visitors Center
Admissions
English Language Institute
Financial Aid
Global Education and Scholar Services
Graduate Admissions
Graduate Orientation
International Admissions
Professional Studies
Test Center
Undergraduate Admissions
Academics & Research
Undergraduate Majors and Programs
Graduate Programs
Professional Studies
Career Center
Academic Catalog & Course Info
General Studies Program
Honors Program
International Student Services
Library
Gallaudet Research Institute
Visual Language & Visual Learning
Campus Life
Athletics
Bison Shop (bookstore)
Campus Activities
Commencement
Food Services
Intramurals
Public Safety
Residence Life and Housing
Washington, D.C.
Tools & Resources
Bison
Daily Digest
Campus Directory
Subscribe to Gallaudet Alert
Help Desk
Maps & Directions
my.Gallaudet
People @ Gallaudet
Shuttle Bus Services
Gallaudet University | 800 Florida Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002
Copyright © 2014 Gallaudet University
FacebookTwitterYouTube