(2020 Summer Scholars)

We’re thrilled to introduce the 2018 Summer Scholars cohort for the NEH Remaking Monsters and Heroines Summer Institute for School Teachers. To view our Summer Scholars’ video introductions, select a geo-tag on the interactive map above and click the image when it opens. To zoom in and out on the map, use the “+/-” tool. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone on the University of Arkansas campus in June.

Barbara Barklow

Barbara BarklowAn English teacher at Thornton Academy in the seacoast town of Saco, ME. I grew up in Concord, NH and my love of reading started in the 2nd grade when I was introduced to Nancy Drew. When I realized I wasn’t going to be a girl detective with a cool car, I studied English at Lafayette College, literature at the Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury College and am currently in a post-masters program at the University of Southern Maine. When not teaching, I love literature & film (I still love a good mystery) and time with family & friends.

Barbara Barklow

Barbara BarklowAn English teacher at Thornton Academy in the seacoast town of Saco, ME. I grew up in Concord, NH and my love of reading started in the 2nd grade when I was introduced to Nancy Drew. When I realized I wasn’t going to be a girl detective with a cool car, I studied English at Lafayette College, literature at the Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury College and am currently in a post-masters program at the University of Southern Maine. When not teaching, I love literature & film (I still love a good mystery) and time with family & friends.

Barbara Barklow

Barbara BarklowAn English teacher at Thornton Academy in the seacoast town of Saco, ME. I grew up in Concord, NH and my love of reading started in the 2nd grade when I was introduced to Nancy Drew. When I realized I wasn’t going to be a girl detective with a cool car, I studied English at Lafayette College, literature at the Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury College and am currently in a post-masters program at the University of Southern Maine. When not teaching, I love literature & film (I still love a good mystery) and time with family & friends.

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