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Elizabeth Caulfield Felt

BIO

Elizabeth Caulfield Felt teaches composition classes and children’s literature. Her novels include Charlotte, which won an award from the UWSP Graduate Council; Syncopation: a memoir of Adele Hugo, published by Cornerstone Press; and The Stolen Goldin Violin, a children’s mystery that takes place on the campus of UWSP during the American Suzuki Institute. Elizabeth is a book reviewer for the Historical Novels Society and a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.

On campus, Elizabeth is active in shared governance and is a member of SPARC. In the community, Elizabeth volunteers for the Portage County Literacy Council and maintains a Little Free Library.

My colleagues are the most amazing people. Everyone cares about everyone else. We work hard to be the best teachers and the best people we can be.
 Elizabeth Caulfield Felt

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Book Member (2014-present)
  • Historical Novels Association, Book reviewer and member (2005-present)

PUBLICATIONS

Felt, Elizabeth. “Syncopation: A Memoir of Adèle Hugo.” Stevens Point, WI: Cornerstone Press, 2012.

Senior Lecturer

Office:
CCC 210C
Phone:
715-346-2334

Education

M.S.T. - English
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

M.L.S. - Library and Information Science
Louisiana State University

B.A. - English and French
Indiana University

Courses

Children's Literature
Sophomore English