Assistant Professor of English
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I am an assistant professor at Lewis-Clark State College, where I teach writing and rhetoric. I am interested in writing in digital spaces, feminist rhetoric & pedagogy, Middle Eastern women's writings, writing processes, as well as developing community spaces for writing and literacy. At LCSC, I frequently teach English 101, 102, and 103 as part of our first-year writing program, as well as English 305 Advanced Composition and Communication and English 304 Writing for Digital Audiences. I also teach and advise in the Professional Writing Program. In addition, I teach ID 300C Ethics and Identity, where we examine the issues of ethics and values of identity through an intersectional lens. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Texas at El Paso in Rhetoric and Composition, and my M.A. in Teaching Writing and B.A. in Writing Practices (with a emphasis on creative writing) from Humboldt State University in California.