Tanine AllisonFilm and Media Studies
Levin ArnspergerESL Program
Kim LoudermilkAmerican Studies
David MorgenWriting Program
I am the Program Coordinator for the Emory Writing Program, where I am the project manager for Domain of One's Own amongst my various duties. At Emory, I have taught courses in first year composition and the sophomore poetry class. Before coming to Emory, I was a Brittain Fellow at Georgia Tech and I also taught at University of West Georgia and at Longwood University in Virginia. I did my graduate work in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, but I left before finishing my dissertation (which was on child raising and the frontier in turn-of-the-century America and ecocriticism).
I'm a single father of two fantastic daughters, who are growing up so fast that I just can't believe it. I've been blogging and publishing to the web in one form or another since 2000. I'm a semi-professional photographer and painter and an actor in local community theater. I also play lead and rhythm guitar in a (sorta cheesy) cover band named Occasionally Alice. I've been puttering about on a memoir for the last couple of years, though progress has been slow. I'm also considering resurrecting my dissertation, but on computers and composition.