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RACHEL GRAMER
EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE 2017
PhD, Rhetoric and ComposiDon
DissertaDon: “Stories at Work: Restorying NarraDves of
New Teachers’ IdenDty Learning in WriDng Studies”
CommiOee: Mary P. Sheridan (chair), Brenda Jo
Brueggemann, Bronwyn T. Williams, Tatjana Soldat-Jaffe,
Jessica Restaino

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA 2008


MA, English/Rhetoric and ComposiDon
Thesis: “A Genre of Collective Intelligence: Blogs as
Intertextual, Reciprocal, and Pedagogical”

ROLLINS COLLEGE 2001


BA, summa cum laude, English Major (Honors), Writing Minor
Thesis: “The Naiveté of Escape and the Art of
Transformation: Inner Journeys of Reflective Women
Travel Writers”

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY 2019-present
Assistant Professor of English/Writing Studies
Director of the Writing Program

EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY 2017-19
Assistant Professor of WriOen CommunicaDon
Director of First-year WriDng Program (2018-19)
Associate Director of First-year WriDng Program
(2017-18)


UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE 2013-17
Graduate Teaching Assistant
University Fellow

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

WRITING PROGRAM DIRECTOR Illinois State


Mentored and supervised Writing Program Leadership University
Team of 7 graduate students conducting program 2019-present
mentoring, research, professional development, and
outreach; supervised instructors of courses in composition
and inquiry, disciplinary writing, and professional writing

DIRECTOR OF FIRST-YEAR WRITING PROGRAM Eastern Michigan


Revised curriculum, program materials, policies, and University
procedures; mentored and observed 17 graduate student 2018-19
writing instructors; scheduled 120 courses and 40 instructors
per year; facilitated annual orientation, monthly professional
development, and annual Winter Colloquium

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF FIRST-YEAR WRITING PROGRAM Eastern Michigan


Mentored, observed, interviewed, and hired graduate University
student writing instructors; organized Celebration of 2017-18
Student Writing, with between 800 and 1200 undergraduate
students each term; collaborated on program development,
events, and monthly professional development

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMPOSITION University of


Mentored and observed graduate student writing Louisville
instructors; scheduled 200 courses and 70 instructors per 2015-16
year; collaborated on program development, annual
orientation and monthly workshops; revised policies and
procedures; conducted program research

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT CHAIR St. Cloud High School


Led department meetings; coordinated professional 2010-13
development training; acted as liaison between high school
and county administration and English department teachers
regarding curriculum, scheduling, and materials



RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
K
NOTHING ABOUT ME WITHOUT ME TEAM LEADER/CO-RESEARCHER University of
Recorded workshops, conducted interviews, and edited Louisville
digital material to document free art workshops in 2016-17
partnership with Louisville Council on Developmental
Disabilities; organized and led four-person team of graduate
students in digital recording, production, and tutoring

DIGITAL COMPOSITION COLLOQUIUM DESIGNER University of


Designed and facilitated two-day professional development Louisville
colloquium for 35 composition instructors; created event August 18-19, 2015
website with resources; facilitated sessions on digital
composition and video editing; collaborated on curriculum,
follow-up, and two-day assessment of digital projects

ART AS MEMORY CO-RESEARCHER University of


Participated in free art workshops and recorded and edited Louisville
material for documentary film project in partnership with 2014-15
Louisville Council on Developmental Disabilities

DIGITAL MEDIA ACADEMY CO-RESEARCHER/TEACHER University of


Designed free digital media summer camp curriculum for Louisville
20 middle school girls; taught digital image manipulation 2014-15
and video editing; conducted collaborative research
project for presentation and publication

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH/WRITING STUDIES Illinois State


ENG 402 Teaching Composition (Fall 2019) University
2019-present

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF WRITTEN COMMUNICATION Eastern Michigan


WRTG 120 Composition I: Writing the College Experience University
WRTG 121 Composition II: Researching the Public Experience 2017-19
WRTG 596 Teaching Composition on the College Level

INSTRUCTOR, CADRE AND FACULTY DEVELOPMENT COURSE University of Louisville


ELFH 683 College Teaching and Learning I & US Army Fort Knox
ELFH 641 College Teaching and Learning II Summer 2017
GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT University of Louisville
ENGL 101 Introduction to College Writing 2014-16
ENGL 102 Intermediate College Writing
ENGL 312 American Literature II
Digital Media Academy (summer camp)

TUTOR University of Louisville


University Writing Center Summer 2015

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR Valencia College


Composition I 2012-13
Composition II

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHER St. Cloud High School


Dual Enrollment Composition I 2003-04, 2009-13
Dual Enrollment Composition II
Advanced Placement Literature and Composition
English III Honors, English III
English II

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed

“The Figured Worlds of Digital Mediation in Schools.” Writing for Engagement: Responsive
Practice for Social Action. Ed. Mary P. Sheridan, Megan J. Bardolph, Megan Faver Hartline,
and Drew Holladay. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2018. 29-42.

“Review Essay: No Day at the Beach: Women ‘Making It’ in Academia.” With Brenda Jo
Brueggemann. College English 79.3 (2017): 297-316. Print.

“How Might We Make Mobility Work for Writing Studies?” With Mary P. Sheridan.
(Response) Working Paper Series on Mobility Work in Composition: Translation, Migration,
Transformation. Louisville: Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition,
October 2016. Web.

“Mess, Not Mastery: Encouraging Digital Design Dispositions in Girls.” With Elizabeth
Chamberlain and Megan Faver Hartline. Computers and Composition Online (Fall-Spring
2015). Web.
“ClarissaBlogs: Narrative, Writing, and the Self.” With Debra Journet, Anthony O'Keeffe,
Stephen Cohen, Megan Hartline, Keri Mathis, Kendra Sheehan, and Jessica Winck. Kairos 19.2
(Spring 2015). Web.

“Response: Responsivity as a Stance.” (Response) JAC 34.1-2 (2014): 199-208. Print.

Forthcoming

“Making Mobility Work for Writing Studies.” With Mary P. Sheridan. Mobility Work in
Composition. Eds. Bruce Horner, Megan Faver Hartline, Ashanka Kumari, and Laura Sceniak
Matravers. Forthcoming from Utah State University Press.

Under Review

“Putting Learning First: Challenges and Possibilities for New Writing Teacher Research.”
Threshold Conscripts: Liminalities and Thresholds in Rhetoric and Composition TAships
and the Programs They Inhabit. Eds. William J. Macauley, Jr., Leslie Anglesey, Brady Edwards,
Kathryn M. Lambrecht, and Phillip Lovas. Accepted by editors; under review with Utah State
University Press.

In Progress

Radiant Figures: Visual Rhetorics in Everyday Administrative Contexts. Co-edited with Derek
Mueller and Logan Bearden. Prospectus submitted to Computers and Composition Digital
Press.

“Is Teaching Just a List? Toward Feminist-Humanistic Visual Representations of Teaching


Writing.” Radiant Figures: Visual Rhetorics in Everyday Administrative Contexts. In progress.

Other publications

“Passageways and Betweenity: A Brenda Jo Brueggemann Retrospective,” by Elizabeth
Brewer and Lauren E. Obermark, with contributions from Brenda Jo Brueggemann, Patricia
Dunn, Rachel Gramer, Chad Iwertz, Christopher Krentz, Ryann Patrus, Margaret Price,
Katherine Sherwood, Eddie Singleton, and Shannon Walters. Composition Forum 39 Special
Issue: Composition in the Presence of Disability (Summer 2018). Web.

“Lingering Questions: The Delay of Free Two-Year College Tuition in KY,” with Laura
Matravers and Mary P. Sheridan. Policy Analysis Initiative. National Council of Teachers of
English, 16 June 2016. Web.
“Supporting Diverse Students on Campus, Post-College Readiness,” with Khirsten L. Echols
and Mary P. Sheridan. Policy Analysis Initiative. National Council of Teachers of English, 22
Mar. 2016. Web.

“Higher Education Support for Latin@ Students in Kentucky,” with Sara P. Alvarez and Mary
P. Sheridan. Policy Analysis Initiative. National Council of Teachers of English, 18 Mar. 2016.
Web.

“Higher Ed in KY Faces Budget Cuts, Outcomes-Based Funding,” with Mary P. Sheridan. Policy
Analysis Initiative. National Council of Teachers of English, 22 Feb. 2016. Web.

“Kentucky Two-Year College Funding,” with Mary P. Sheridan. Policy Analysis Initiative.
National Council of Teachers of English, 8 Nov. 2015. Web.

“Kentucky Appoints Stephen Pruitt as New Education Commissioner,” with Mary P. Sheridan.
Policy Analysis Initiative. National Council of Teachers of English, 14 Oct. 2015. Web.

“Gap in Higher Ed Funding Legislation in Kentucky,” with Mary P. Sheridan. Policy Analysis
Initiative. National Council of Teachers of English, 6 May 2015. Web.

“Kentucky’s CPE/Commonwealth College Collaboration,” with Mary P. Sheridan. Policy


Analysis Initiative. National Council of Teachers of English, 10 Feb. 2015. Web.

“The State of Funding in Kentucky,” with Mary P. Sheridan. Policy Analysis Initiative. National
Council of Teachers of English, 10 Feb. 2015. Web.

Poetry

“Bilingual.” Our Time Is Now 1.2 (June 2003). Print.

“Across the Sabula Bridge” and “No Such Thing as Atlanta.” Brushing, Rollins College Literary
Magazine (2000). Print.


AWARDS AND GRANTS

Faculty Research Fellowship (50% teaching release in Fall 2018, Eastern Michigan
50% teaching release in Winter 2019, $570 SS&M) University
“Stories at Work: Phase Three of a Longitudinal Narrative Study 2018-19
of New Writing Teachers’ Identity Learning”
Office of the Provost
Josephine Nevins Keal Professional Development Fellowship Eastern Michigan
($800) University, 2018-19

Summer Research/Creative Activity Award ($12000) Eastern Michigan


“Stories at Work: Phase Two of a Longitudinal Narrative Study University
of New Writing Teachers’ Identity Learning” Summer 2018
Office of the Provost

Faculty Travel Award ($500) Eastern Michigan


College of Arts and Sciences University
Fall 2017, Fall 2018

University Fellowship University of Louisville


School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies 2013-14, 2016-17

Graduate Teaching Assistantship University of Louisville


Department of English 2014-16

Outstanding PhD Student Award ($100) University of Louisville


English Graduate Organization 2016

Supporting Undergraduate Innovation: Ideas to Action (i2a) University of Louisville


Implementation Grant ($3800) 2015
“Squaring Composition at the University of Louisville,” with
Dr. Brenda Brueggemann, Elizabeth Chamberlain, and
Megan Faver Hartline
Ideas to Action Team/Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning

CCCC Research Initiative Grant ($8325) Conference on College


“Digital Media Academy: Designing Responsive Structures of Composition and
Graduate Student Professionalization,” with Mary P. Sheridan Communication
and Megan Faver Hartline 2014-15

Carolyn Krause Maddox Prize ($300) University of Louisville


“Mess, Not Mastery: Encouraging Digital Design Dispositions 2015
in Girls,” with Elizabeth Chamberlain and Megan Faver Hartline
Women’s and Gender Studies Department

Gesa E. Kirsch Travel Award ($270) University of Louisville


Department of English 2015
Dr. M. Celeste Nichols Professional Development Award ($500) University of Louisville
Women’s Center 2014

Graduate Student Council travel grant ($350) University of Louisville


School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies 2014, 2015, 2016

Graduate Student Union Research travel grant ($100) University of Louisville


College of Arts and Sciences 2014

Distinguished Teacher 2010


American Board for Certification of Teaching Excellence

Master’s Comprehensive Exam University of Central


Pass with Distinction Florida
October 2007

Outstanding Senior Scholar in the Humanities Rollins College


April 2001

Howard Fox Senior Thesis Award Rollins College


April 2001

Presidential Scholar Rollins College


1997-2001

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“DIY Feminist WPA Activism: A Queer Feminist Storying of Failing, Harrisonburg, VA


Unknowing, Unbeing” November 2019
Feminisms & Rhetorics Conference

“Is Teaching ‘Just’ a List? Visual Representations of Labor for New Pittsburgh, PA
Graduate Student Writing Instructors” March 2019
Conference on College Composition and Communication

“How Do We Enculturate New Teachers into Just and Equitable Louisville, KY


Writing Programs?” October 2018
Thomas R. Watson Conference

“Continuing the Conversation: The MI-WPA Affiliate Gets to Work” Saginaw, MI


Corridors: Great Lakes Writing and Rhetoric Conference September 2018
“Supporting Talk in the Writing Classroom: A Call for Strategies Sacramento, CA
that Work for Us (and Our Students)” July 2018
Council of Writing Program Administrators’ Conference

“Multimodal+Reflection: Eliciting Affective Messages about Hartford, CT


College/Writing/Identity from First-Semester Writing Students” April 2018
Conference on the Teaching of Writing

“Early Bird Needs Alignment: Experiencing Feminist Community Dayton, OH


Engagement during an Academic Job Search” October 2017
Feminisms & Rhetorics Conference

“Winding Again the Affiliate’s Watch: A Michigan WPA Detroit, MI


Rebeginning and Roundtable” September 2017
Corridors: Great Lakes Writing and Rhetoric Conference

“Bounding and Aligning: The Warp and Weft of Writing Research Portland, OR
Dissertation Methods” March 2017
Conference on College Composition and Communication

“Stories at Work: Restorying Narratives of New Teachers’ Identity Portland, OR


Learning in Writing Studies” March 2017
Qualitative Research Network, Conference on College Composition
and Communication

“The Origins (and Travels) of New Writing Teacher Identities” Louisville, KY


Thomas R. Watson Conference October 2016

“Newcomers, Feminist Mentoring, and Digital Composition: Raleigh, NC


An Argument for Andragogy in WPA Work” July 2016
Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference

“Projecting the Past into Future Practice: New Writing Teachers’ Houston, TX
Narrative Trajectories” April 2016
Conference on College Composition and Communication

“Telling Stories, Telling Selves: What New Writing Teachers’ Houston, TX


Stories Tell Us (and How)” April 2016
Qualitative Research Network, Conference on College
Composition and Communication
“Rescripting Teaching and Technology: Women Educating Tempe, AZ
Teachers in Digital Composition” October 2015
Feminisms & Rhetorics Conference

“Designing a New Camp Curriculum of Digital Collaboration: Tampa, FL


What the Teachers Learned” March 2015
Conference on College Composition and Communication

“Talking about Dispositions: Teacher Narratives and Professional Tampa, FL


Identity” March 2015
Qualitative Research Network, Conference on College
Composition and Communication

“Listening before/as Beginning: A Responsive Stance toward Louisville, KY


Educational Partnerships in Teaching with Digital Tools” October 2014
Thomas R. Watson Conference

“Investing in Identity: Narrative Agency in the Nomadic Chick’s Chicago, IL


Travel Blog” April 2014
Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association

“Writing Instruction as Meta-Genre” Indianapolis, IN


Research Network Forum, Conference on College Composition March 2014
and Communication

“Narrative Convergence: Dialogue and Lyrics as Voiceover in the Louisville, KY


‘New’ Gatsby” February 2014
Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900

“The Discrimination of Men Organizing Against Pornography” Bath, England


Women’s History Network Ninth Annual Conference September 2000

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Colloquium facilitator Eastern Michigan


Winter Colloquium with invited scholar Dr. Staci Perryman-Clark University
First-year Writing Program March 2019

Workshop leader Eastern Michigan


“Clarifying Conventions: Terms, Style, Movement!” University
First-year Writing Program February 2019
Workshop leader Eastern Michigan
“Metaphors for Writing and Teaching Writing” University
First-year Writing Program October 2018

Workshop leader Eastern Michigan


“Grading with Less Suffering” University
First-year Writing Program September 2018

Participant Sacramento, CA
“Answering Good Questions with Programmatic Research: July 2018
A Research-Methods Bootcamp for Writing Program
Administrators”
Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference

Participant Eastern Michigan


New Faculty Learning Community University
Faculty Development Center 2017-18

Invited workshop presenter Saginaw Valley State


“The Inventive Edges of Academic Sources,” with Derek Mueller University
First-Year Writing at Saginaw Valley State University October 2017

Workshop presenter Eastern Michigan


“First-Year Writing Outcomes: Process and Reflection” University
First-year Writing Program Fall Meeting August 2017

Work-in-progress presenter University of Louisville


“The Stories We Learn to Tell: New Teachers' Narratives of October 2016
Identity”
UofL Discourse and Semiotics group

Workshop facilitator University of Louisville


“Digital Initiatives in Composition” August 2016
Composition Program

Invited panelist University of Louisville


“Balancing Roles as Students and GTAs” August 2016
School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

Designer, leader, and facilitator University of Louisville


Spring 2016
Digital Pedagogies Faculty Learning Community
Composition Program

Workshop presenter University of Louisville


“Fall Forward Designs: Creating Your Syllabus” April 2016
Composition Program

Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville


“Document Design” April 2016
Department of English

Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville


“Effective Teaching with Technology” April 2016
School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

Invited panelist University of Louisville


“Integrating Technology into Your Classroom” March 2016,
Graduate Teaching Assistant Academy, School of March 2017
Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville


“Embracing the Short Form: Visual Arguments for Research February 2016
and Teaching”
Department of English

Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville


“Composing Communities: Getting Involved in the Student January 2016
Celebration of Writing”
Composition Program

Panel discussion facilitator University of Louisville


“Connecting Students with Communities” October 2015
Composition Program

Participant University of Louisville


Graduate Teaching Assistant Academy 2015-16
School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville


“Library Research at UofL” August 2015
Composition Program
Designer and co-facilitator University of Louisville
“Digital Composition Colloquium” August 18-19, 2015
Composition Program

Classroom workshop leader University of Louisville


“Incorporating Research in Academic Writing” July 2015
University Writing Center

Participant Ohio State University


Digital Media and Composition (DMAC) Institute May 11-22, 2015
Department of English

Participant University of Louisville


Grant Writing Academy Spring 2015
School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville


“Networking” March 2015,
English Graduate Organization October 2016

Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville


“Let’s Get Creative: Video Editing for Professional Purposes” February 2015
School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville


“Be Searchable: Online Portfolios for the Job Search” January 2015,
School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies January 2016

Workshop facilitator University of Louisville


“Digital Composing and Student Research” November 2014
Department of English

Workshop presenter University of Louisville


“Creating Digital Assignments” October 2014
Department of English

Facilitator University of Louisville


“iMovie Play” October 2014
Department of English
Workshop co-presenter University of Louisville
“Dialogue Gone Digital: Tools for Student and Teacher September 2014
Interaction”
Department of English

Workshop presenter University of Louisville


“Digital Media Meets English: Our Resources” August 2014
Composition Program

Workshop facilitator University of Louisville


“Digital Media and Composition Pedagogy with Peers” August 2014
Composition Program

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

University

Council on General Education Illinois State University
General Education Program Fall 2019

University of Michigan Rackham-CRLT Preparing Future Faculty Eastern Michigan


seminar mentor University
Faculty Development Center 2018-19

Educational Environment and Facilities Committee Eastern Michigan


Office of the Provost University
2018-19

First-year Experience Task Force Eastern Michigan


General Education Program University
2018-19

Campus and Community Writing Advisory Committee Eastern Michigan


Office of Campus and Community Writing University
Writing Recognition Working Group, 2018-19 2017-19

Teaching Innovation Learning Lab Steering Committee University of Louisville


Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning 2015-17
Student Ambassador University of Louisville
School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies 2014-2016

Department

Program Coordinators Committee Eastern Michigan
Department of English Language and Literature University
2018-19

Graduate Committee Eastern Michigan


Department of English Language and Literature University
2018-19

Written Communication Program Committee Eastern Michigan


Department of English Language and Literature University
2017-19

First-Year Writing Program Committee Eastern Michigan


Department of English Language and Literature University
2017-19

Graduate student representative University of Louisville


Graduate Committee 2016-17
Department of English

Faculty liaison University of Louisville


English Graduate Organization 2016-17
Department of English

Photographer and videographer University of Louisville


Thomas R. Watson Conference October 2014

PhD student peer mentor University of Louisville


Department of English 2014-16

New teacher mentor St. Cloud High School


English Department 2011-13

Faculty representative St. Cloud High School


Guidance Advisory Council 2012-13
Essay coach for Rising Stars graduating seniors Osceola County School
District
2009-10

Community

Interviewer, photographer, videographer, tutor Louisville, KY
Nothing About Me Without Me project 2016-17
Louisville Council on Developmental Disabilities

Photographer, videographer, interviewer Louisville, KY


Digital Media Academy June 2015, June 2016

Photographer, videographer, video editor Louisville, KY


Art as Memory project 2014-2015
Louisville Council on Developmental Disabilities

Essay coach for college-bound seniors Louisville, KY


English Department, Doss High School 2013

Discipline

Secretary 2018-19
Michigan Writing Program Administrators Affiliate

Peer reviewer 2018-present


Intraspection

Peer reviewer 2017


Studies in Writing and Rhetoric series,
Conference on College Composition and Communication

Peer reviewer 2015-present


Kairos Praxis Wiki

Peer reviewer 2014


Action Research journal





OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

VS PUBLISHING CO./CENTRAL FLORIDA LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE Orlando, FL


Coordinated copywriting, advertising, photography, 2004-2009
copyediting, design, and layout for monthly magazine;
updated magazine website; wrote copy and articles for
local and tourism publications; organized and managed
content for nine publications

THE MARJORIE KINNAN RAWLINGS JOURNAL OF FLORIDA Winter Park, FL


LITERATURE 2001
Copyedited scholarly journal articles

THE SANDSPUR, ROLLINS COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Rollins College


Supervised weekly college newspaper editorial calendar, 1998-2001
design, layout, and copyediting; supervised and supported
staff writers; wrote editorials and articles; copyedited
weekly newspaper

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Rollins College


Assisted writing program assessment; wrote department 1998-2001
newsletter; copyedited faculty projects; coordinated with
writers, faculty, and staff for annual visiting authors series

GRADUATE COURSEWORK

PEDAGOGY
Teaching College Composition (UofL)
Writing, Language, Cognition, and Culture in Curriculum Design (UofL)
Theory and Practice in Composition (UCF)
Teaching Creative Writing (UCF)
Teaching Expository Writing (Emerson College)

RHETORIC AND WRITING STUDIES


Research in Composition (UofL)
Composing Identities: Exploring Literacy, Culture, and Agency (UofL)
Conversation Analysis (UofL)
Emerging Genres (UofL)
Community Literacy (UofL)
Theories of Interpretation from New Criticism to the Present (UofL)
Studies in Literacy and Writing (UCF)

Rhetorical Traditions (UCF)
Rhetorical Movements: Classical Rhetoric (UCF)
Modern Rhetorical Theory (UCF)
Methods in Research and Bibliography (UCF)

LITERATURE
Clarissa and Blogs (UofL)
The Cultural History of American Authorship (UofL)
Counter-Modernities and the Postcolonial Novel (UofL)
Literary Theory and Criticism (Emerson College)
Contemporary World Fiction: African and Caribbean Literature (Emerson
College)

CREATIVE WRITING
Poetry Workshop, with Bill Knott (Emerson College)
Poetry Workshop, with David Barber (Emerson College)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition


Conference on College Composition and Communication
Council of Writing Program Administrators
Michigan Writing Program Administrators Affiliate
National Council of Teachers of English

REFERENCES

Dr. Mary P. Sheridan maryp.sheridan@louisville.edu


Professor of English
University of Louisville

Dr. Derek Mueller dmueller@vt.edu


Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Writing
Director of Composition
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Dr. Jessica Restaino restainoj@mail.montclair.edu


Associate Professor of English
Montclair State University
Dr. Brenda Jo Brueggemann brenda.brueggemann@uconn.edu
Professor and Aetna Chair of Writing
University of Connecticut

Dr. Bronwyn T. Williams bronwyn.williams@louisville.edu


Professor of English, Director of University Writing
Center
University of Louisville

Dr. Debra Journet debra.journet@louisville.edu


Professor Emeritus of English
University of Louisville

Dr. Blake Scott bscott@ucf.edu


Professor of Writing and Rhetoric
University of Central Florida