Teresa Toulouse

Teresa Toulouse, Professor Emerita, Departments of English, University of Colorado, Boulder, and Tulane University, directed the Tulane American Studies Program (1989-2006.) Publications include essays and monographs on early American religion, history, and Indian captivity, an edited volume of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s sermons (with Andrew Delbanco) and a co-edited interdisciplinary collection on the environmental humanities. She conceived and taught “New Orleans as a Cultural System” with the late Mac Heard (Tulane School of Architecture.) She is coediter (with Barbara C. Ewell) of Sweet Spots: In-Between Spaces in New Orleans.

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