Professional Life
Curriculum Vitae
Research Interests
Teaching Narrative
Teaching Philosphy

This section is devoted to showcasing Dr. Holland-Toll's professional life and accomplishments.

To the left are links to her Curriculum Vitae, citations, research goals, teaching narrative, and teaching philosophy. 

Below is a sampling of the various articles penned by Dr. Holland-Toll.

"We're All Bankrupt Now": The Calculus of Expediency in The Day of the Triffids and No Blade of Grass.

Bridges Over and Bedrock Beneath: The Role of Ballads in Sharyn McCrumb's Ballad Novels.

(En)lightening the Dark VIsion: Redemption through Storytelling in Toni Morrison's Beloved.

Fiat Lux!:  Multi-Generic Functionalities in Stephen King's Bag of Bones.

"Ghosts, Demons, or the DTs?:  The Supernatural in James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux Series"

Unleashing the Gremlins in the Crypt: Teaching Horror Fiction

Cherchez les Femmes: Someone’s in the Kitchen With Charlotte: Classic Detective Fiction, Victorian Womanhood, and the Private Sphere in Anne Perry's Charlotte Pitt Series