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  • Contact Information

    University Writing Center Director

    Teaching Professor of Writing

    Anderson Academic Commons 282-C

    (303) 871-7431


  • Education

    • PhD, University of Pittsburgh, 2007
    • MA, Temple University, 1996
    • AB, Bryn Mawr College, 1993


  • Selected Publications

  • University Writing Center

    The University Writing Center works with all University of Denver students, staff, and faculty as part of the Writing Program's mission to create and sustain a robust culture of writing on the DU Campus.


  • University Writing Program

    The mission of the DU Writing Program is to create a robust culture of writing on campus by helping students develop the complex writing abilities needed in contemporary academic, professional and civic life, by helping faculty develop the knowledge and practices they need to support students in this development, and by providing nationally-recognized models for colleges and universities seeking exemplary practices in teaching and supporting writing.

    Degree Programs


  • Co-Edited Collection

    Lockhart, Tara, Brenda Glascott, Chris Warnick, Juli Parrish, and Justin Lewis, editors. Literacy and Pedagogy in an Age of Misinformation and Disinformation. Parlor Press, 2021. E-book. 

  • Editorial Work

    Literacy in Composition Studies

    Co-editor, Literacy in Composition Studies


    Literacy in Composition Studies (LiCS) is a refereed open access online journal that sponsors activity at the nexus of literacy and composition studies. We publish long-form scholarly articles and short-form pieces including book reviews, interviews, symposium essays, and work in new and emerging genres.

    We invite authors to consider how multiple groups of people seize power and agency through literacy practices and to examine the ways in which literacy acts on and/or constitutes the writer, even as the writer seeks to act on or with others. By exploring the intersections of literacy and composition, we further seek submissions that draw from the broadest range of traditions possible to promote equity and justice within our disciplines, classrooms, and communities.

This portfolio last updated: 20-Apr-2022 10:57 AM