Lorraine Genetti earned an Ed.S. degree in Curriculum and Instruction (2015) from Liberty University, an M.A. in English (1992) and a B.S.Ed. in English Education (1987) from the University of Georgia, and an A.A. in General Education (1985) from Emmanuel College. She taught full-time at Emmanuel from 1989 until 2005. She currently teaches English at Franklin County High School, where she serves as department chair. Her academic interests include Southern literature, especially Eudora Welty and Robert Penn Warren, popular culture, critical theory, and pedagogy. Lori and her husband, Phil, have three children and live in Franklin Springs.
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