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Lorianne DiSabato

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities
Dr. DiSabato has taught writing and literature at various New England colleges, including Boston College, Northeastern University, Saint Anselm College, Keene State College, and Framingham State University. Before becoming a college instructor, Dr. DiSabato honed her teaching skills as an interpretive naturalist, leading nature walks and staffing nature centers in Ohio and Massachusetts. Dr. DiSabato publishes a weblog, Hoarded Ordinaries, which showcases her nonfiction essays and digital photography. In addition to teaching at Babson College, she is a Senior Dharma Teacher in the Kwan Um School of Zen. Dr. DiSabato lives in Newton, Massachusetts with a husband, two dogs, and a herd of cats.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, Northeastern University
  • MA, Boston College
  • BA, University of Toledo

Academic Interest / Expertise

American Literature, Nature Writing, Creative Nonfiction, Rhetoric and Composition

Courses

  • Degree Courses 2024

    • WRT 2000 RESEARCH WRITING
  • Degree Courses 2023

    • WRT 1001 WRITING ACROSS CONTEXTS
    • WRT 2000 RESEARCH WRITING
  • Degree Courses 2022

    • WRT 1001 WRITING ACROSS CONTEXTS
    • WRT 2000 RESEARCH WRITING