Dr Elizabeth Anne KleinfeldEnglish
CAMPUS BOX 032
King Center 427
Personal Biography Statement
I began teaching in 1989 as a student at Bradley University. While working on a Bachelor’s degree in history, I worked as a teaching assistant for several professors of history and humanities, conducting discussion groups and review sessions. I’ve taught English since 1993, when I began working on a Master’s degree in English at Illinois State University. After earning my Master’s, I moved to Denver on a whim and began teaching at the Community College of Aurora and Red Rocks Community College. I eventually joined the full-time faculty at Red Rocks Community College, where I taught until 2008.
I am currently writing a textbook with Amy Braziller on multigenre multimodal research composition. The book will be published in 2011.
Ph.D. in English Studies. Emphasis: Composition. Illinois State University. 2006.
Composition pedagogy and theory, ethnographic research methods, Feminist literary and composition theory, popular culture studies, multigenre and multimodal composition, New Media, revision theory and practice, Writing Across the Curriculum, writing center theory and practice
My CV is here: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/42070972/public%20CV%202-16-12.rtf
[02:00 to 03:00]
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