Literacy Studies, Writing Studies, Composition, New Material Studies,Book History
rhetoric and composition; writing studies; rhetorical genre studies; rhetoric of literary criticism; academic writing; urban literature; literature of place
Writing studies, rhetoric, literary theory, modern fiction, film, Holocaust representations
rhetoric & writing studies, disability studies, autistic culture, digital studies, queer studies
Rhetoric and Composition/Writing Studies, Writing Assessment, Technical Communication, Biography, Theory, Technology and Education, World Literature
Rhetoric and composition; American Studies; Writing Studies; Teacher Education; Educational History; Creative Nonfiction.
A long-time advocate and researcher on academic labor, I also do work in writing studies and American literature.
…Adair-Hodges’s Let’s All Die Happy.” The Rumpus, June 8, 2018.
“Mutual Adjustments: Learning from and Responding to Transfer Student Writers.” With Anne Ruggles Gere, Ben Keating, Anna Knutson, Naomi Silver and Christie Toth. College English, 17.4. 2017.
“Cultural Reading and Writing Studies: Where is English Falling Short?” ADE Bulletin. (Accepted, forthcoming, Spring 2019).
“Marriage: The Factory” and “Vacation: Berlin.” Crab Orchard Review, 23.2. 2018. (Poems)
She’d Waited Millennia. New Issues Press. 2011. (Poems)
Lizzie Hutton is Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Howe Writing Center at Miami University, Ohio, where she works with Elizabeth Wardle. Lizzie’s current book project, Textual Transactions: Engaging Reading-Writing in Higher Education, offers an integrative theory of reading-writing for the context of the college classroom and interrogates prevailing U.S. higher education paradigms that position reading and writing as properly separable fields of study. More specifically, her book reanimates the work of Louise Rosenblatt, using Rosenblatt’s early career to make a case for a more pragmatically integrated model for building culturally sensitive literacy knowledge–including both writing studies and literary studies—in the humanities.
Tahneer Oksman is Assistant Professor of Academic Writing at Marymount Manhattan College. Her research and teaching interests include autobiography studies, graphic novels and comics, Jewish American literature, and writing studies. In addition to her academic work, Tahneer has published reviews and interviews related to her interests in publications like The Forward, Public Books, The Comics Journal, and The Los Angeles Review of Books, and she is the graphic narratives reviews editor for the online literary journal, Cleaver Magazine (http://www.cleavermagazine.com/).
Hungarian studies, comparative literture, travel writing, reception studies, translation studies