Cindy Bair Van Dam is a compositionist who joined the Department of Literature faculty in 1995.
In addition to teaching in the Writing Studies Program, Cindy is also the Chair of the AU Core Committee Arielle Bernstein is a writer and cultural critic whose work has been published in The Atlantic, The Guardian, The AV Club, and The Rumpus, among other publications.
Her academic interests include crime writing, the Lindbergh kidnapping, epi Chelsea Leigh Horne writes fiction, poetry, and essays.
Her stories have twice won the Andrew Bergman award in Creative Writing and her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Rumpus, Lit Hub, The Pater Patrick Kelly Joyner began teaching at American University in 2000. She earned her bachelor's in studio art and English - creative writing from Denison University.
He is also currently the Faculty Director of Complex Probl In her position with American University's Writing Studies Program, Angela Dadak primarily works with international and multilingual students adjusting to US academic work and with the writing faculty Laura Ewing received her Phd in Rhetoric and Composition Theory from the University of South Florida with a focus on technical communication, intercultural communication, and rhetoric and technology.
Lydia Morris Fettig spent her early life in coastal Connecticut and upstate New York before migrating west to Oregon to complete her undergraduate work in social science at Reed College and Portland S Caimeen Garrett has an MFA in Fiction from Syracuse University, and a Ph D in Creative Writing from Florida State University.
She has been teaching college-level composition since 2008 and joined the AU faculty in 2014.
As an editor, she has produced many scholarly books and Kate Wilson double-majored in music and English at Stanford University and holds an MA in Medieval Studies and Ph D in English from The Catholic University of America.
His writing courses have thematic links to history, linguistics, psychology, and film. She has received scholarships Nancy Kidder is a graduate of Duke University and received her MFA in creative nonfiction from American University in Washington, DC, where she currently teaches writing.
He has presented at the Conference on College Kelsey Ann Kerr holds an M. In Spring 2017, she taught tw George received his Masters in English from Truman State University in 2014 and his MLIS from The Catholic University of America in 2017. in Political Science and Philosophy from Syracuse University, an M. in Literature from George Mason University, and an MFA in Writing from George Mason University.