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R. Joyce Zamora Lausch Garay

Education:  Ph.D. in English, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 2003Biographical Statement:  Dr. Garay received her Ph.D. in English from Arizona State University in May 2003 where she specialized in American ethnic literatures, primarily Latina/o and African American literary traditions. Working interdepartmentally as instructor and scholar in both the English department and Department of Chicana/o Studies…
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Ryan Cull

Education: Ph.D. (2007), University of Illinois B.A. (1997), M.A. (2000), University of Alabama Teaching/Research Interests: modern and contemporary American poetry American literature from the mid-nineteenth century to the present lyric theory critical and cultural theory Selected Publications: “‘Inexhaustible Splendor’: Thylias Moss, Praise Poetry, and Racial Politics.” Forthcoming in MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States….
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Rose Conley

Education: M.A., 2005 B.A. in English, New Mexico State University, 2003 Courses Taught and Teaching Interests: The courses Rose Conley normally teaches include Women Writers, Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Women across Media, Principles of Literature, Principles of Film, and Business and Professional Communication. Her teaching and scholarly interests…
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Christopher Burnham

Education: Ph.D. English Literature and Language, University of Rhode Island, 1980; Dissertation: “An Examination and Description of Walt Whitman’s Composing Process” NEH Postgraduate Seminars in linguistics and rhetoric: Rutgers University Graduate School of Education and University of Nevada, Reno M.A. in English, University of Rhode Island, 1974 B.A. in English with Honors in American Studies,…
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Marieka Brown

Professional Statement: Marieka Brown is a College Associate Professor who has worked with multilingual students from around the world since 1997. She has taught all areas of English acquisition and has worked with a variety of international and regional programs that serve undergraduate, graduate and adult English language learners. Professor Brown comes to the English…
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Patricia Wojahn

 Biographical Statement: Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Carnegie Mellon University  Specializations in computer-mediated communications, research methodologies, peer review and collaborative writing, and assessing technologies for writing and reading M.A. in English, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale B.A. in English, St. Cloud State University Specializations in composition and rhetoric Teaching Emphases and Research Interests: technical, scientific, and professional communication technology…
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Connie Voisine

Biographical Statement: In 1987 Connie Voisine graduated from Yale University with a major in American Studies, with a concentration in film. While there, she was part of a theater company that took its plays to housing projects and prisons. As a member of that company, Voisine taught playwriting and acting at Greenhaven Maximum Security Prison…
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Richard Greenfield

Education: BS Arts & Letters: Portland State University (1996) MFA Creative Writing: University of Montana (1999) Ph.D. English (Creative Writing): University of Denver (2005) Publications: Richard Greenfield is the author of three books of poetry: Subterranean (Omnidawn 2018) (Publishers Weekly starred review); Tracer (Omnidawn 2009), and A Carnage in the Lovetrees (University of California Press,…
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Tracey Miller-Tomlinson

Biographical Statement: Dr. Miller-Tomlinson is an Associate Professor of English at New Mexico State University, where she has taught since 2002. She received her Ph.D. at Yale and M.A. at Oxford as a Marshall Scholar. Her primary research interests lie in the poetry and drama of the English Renaissance, with particular emphasis on the theater…
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Rus Bradburd

Education M.F.A,  New Mexico State University (NMSU) 2002; Las Cruces, NM B.A.,  North Park College 1980; Chicago, IL Writing and Publications: Rus Bradburd is the author of four books: “All the Dreams We’ve Dreamed,” (Chicago Review Press, 2018) an examination of gun violence in Chicago; the novel-in-stories “Make It, Take It” (Cinco Puntos Press, 2014);…
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