I am a graduate of the Ph.D. program in English Language and Literature: Concentration in Language, Writing, and Rhetoric at the University of Maryland College Park. I teach classes in academic writing, writing center theory and practice, grammar, comparative literature, and women's studies. My research interests include multilingual writing, intercultural communication, Muslim women's rhetoric, and Syrian refugee women's literacy practices.
“Moving from the individual to the communal space through digital multimodal composing"
With the shift from individual acquisition to artifact mediated collaborative participation, using different modes of technology in teaching writing is a great opportunity to further enhance students’ writing competency.
“We Cannot Teach Composition in Isolation--Anything We Say is Culturally Shaped.”
An Interview with Shirley Wilson Logan.