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PhD, University of Michigan
MA, Teachers College Columbia University
BA, Emory University
Writing in the Disciplines
Academic Discourse Analysis
The Language of Stance and Evaluation
ENG 306/606: Modern English Grammar
ENG 306/606: Linguistic Analysis of Written Texts (Discourse Analysis)
WRI 111: Writing About Writing
WRI 111: Academic Writing in English
“Exploring Valued Patterns of Stance in Upper-Level Student Writing in the Disciplines.” Written Communication. 31.1. January 2014.
“Making Stance Explicit for Second Language Writers in the Disciplines: What Faculty Need to Know about the Language of Stance-taking.” WAC and Second Language Writers: Research towards Linguistically and Culturally Inclusive Programs and Practices. Eds. T.M. Zawacki & M. Cox (Perspectives on Writing. Fort Collins, Colorado, 2014).
“Local Assessment: Using Genre Analysis to Validate Directed Self-Placement.” with Anne Ruggles Gere, Laura Aull, Moisés Damián Perales-Escudero, and Elizabeth Vander Lei. College Composition and Communication. 64.4. June 2013.
“Tracking Interpersonal Style: The Use of Functional Language Analysis in College Writing Instruction.” The Centrality of Style. Eds. M. Duncan & S. Medzeran-Vanguri (Perspectives on Writing. Fort Collins, Colorado, 2013).
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