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MemberShakil Rabbi

…ciation (2016- Present)
Member, National Council of Teachers of English and Modern Language Association (2013-Present)
Member, Council of Writing Program Administration (2018-Present)

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n my day job, I’m a researcher of writing and serve as the Coordinator of the Composition Program at Bowie State University. In addition to studying and teaching writing, I also believe in writing as an excellent tool to think and communicate. My general writings can be found on my website: http://www.atthecentersattheedges.net

MemberSimone Sessolo

…Lect Writing…

I like the interactions between computers and old media. Like, can writing be the same if we put pen on paper or if we press buttons on a keyboard? And with writing I mean the process of it–the thinking, composing, revising of it. I like to think about writing–and how it shapes our thoughts. An epistemology, so to speak. But basically, I am a teacher who thrives seeing other people experience the overwhelming adventure of writing. Anything. Anywhere. In any medium. On any occasion.

MemberRyan M. Claycomb

Ryan Claycomb is Associate Professor of English, and Assistant Dean of the Honors College at West Virginia University in Morgantown, where he teaches and writes on modern drama, life writing, cultural studies, gender studies, and contemporary British literature. He is author of *Lives in Play: Autobiography and Biography on the Feminist Stage* (U of Michigan P, 2012), and co-editor, with Randi Kristensen of *Writing Against the Curriculum: Anti-Disciplinarity in the Writing and Cultural Studies Classroom* (Lexington Books, 2009).

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MemberPaula Loscocco

…who in your selves do comprehend all’: Notes Toward a Study of Queer Union in Katherine Philips and John Milton.” Women’s Writing 23 (2016).  Reprinted in Marie-Louise Coolahan and Gillian Wright, ed.  Katherine Phillips: Form, Reception and Literary Contexts …

Paula Loscocco writes mostly about John Milton and early women writers. She teaches courses in early modern and eighteenth-century literature, classical and biblical traditions, composition, and English teaching and careers. Her current research explores the writing life in Milton, Katherine Philips, Phillis Wheatley and Mary Montagu.

MemberAnna P. Judson

I am currently a postdoctoral Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the British School at Athens, researching the Linear B writing system from Late Bronze Age Greece (c.1400-1200 BCE). I focus particularly on reconstructing the history of the writing system and the activities of its writers within the Mycenaean palatial administrations.

MemberElizabeth Hutton

…n.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. March (accepted, upcoming).

 

2019     “Revisionary Reading in the Writing Center.” International Writing Center Association, October 19th (accepted, upcoming).


…Assistant Professor of English & Director, Howe Writing Center…
…Textual Transactions: Engaging Reading-Writing in Higher Education (book project in process).

“Revisionary Reading: A Study of Reading Stances and Identity Work in the College Writing Center.” (IRB approved study in process)

“Effects of In-Class Writing As…

Selected:

“The Grammatical Status of However.” With Anne Curzan. Journal of English Linguistics, 47.1. 2019.
  “‘Kinds of Writing’: Student Conceptions of Academic and Creative Forms of Writing Development.” Co-authored with Gail Gibson. In Developing Write…

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.