Director, Student Writing Activities, 14N-316, 617-253-4454, email@example.com
William Corbett edits the small press Pressed Wafer specializing in poetry broadsides, chapbooks, and books. He runs the literary program at CUE Art Foundation, a non-profit gallery in New York City's Chelsea.
*21W.022 - Writing and Experience:Reading and Writing Autobiography
*21W.756 - Writing and Reading Poems
- The Whalen Poem (Hanging Loose Press, 2011)
- Albert York (Pressed Wafer, 2010)
- Poems on Occasion (Pressed Wafter, 2008)
- Opening Day (Hanging Loose, 2008)
- The Letters of James Schuyler to Frank O'Hara (Turtle Point Press, 2005)
- Just The Thing: Selected Letters of James Schuyler (Turtle Point Press, 2004)
- All Prose: Selected Essays and Reviews (Zoland Books, 2001)
- Boston Vermont (Zoland Books, 1999)
- John Raimondi Sculptor (Hudson Hills, 1999)
- New York Literary Lights (Graywolf Press, 1998)
- Furthering My Education (Zoland Books, 1997)
- New & Selected Poems (Zoland Books, 1995)
- Philip Guston's Late Work (Zoland Books, 1994)
- Literary New England (Faber & Faber, 1993)
- Don't Think: Look (Zoland Books, 1991)
- On Blue Note (Zoland Books, 1989)
- Remembrances (The Figures Press, 1987)
- Collected Poems: City Nature (National Poetry Foundation, 1984)
- Runaway Pond (Applewood Press, 1981)
- Schedule Rhapsody (Pig Press, 1980)
- Spoken in Sleep (United Artists, 1979)
- St. Patrick's Day (Aikron's Dolphin, 1976)
- Columbus Square Journal (Angel Hair, 1975)
- Three New Poets (Pym-Randall, 1966)
- Various by different presses
- Included in various publications
Director, First Year Writing, 14N-332, 617-253-3062, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Blevins Faery holds the Ph.D. in American literature from the University of Iowa. She is a teacher, student, and critic of American literary and cultural history with special interests in race, feminist criticism and theory, and the essay as a literary form. She taught writing and literature at Hollins College, the University of Iowa, Mount Holyoke College, and Harvard University before coming to MIT. She is Director of First Year Writing in the Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies. Her essays, poems, and scholarship have been published in many literary journals and books. Dr. Faery's essays have three times earned honorable mention in The Best American Essays. Her most recent book is Cartographies of Desire: Captivity, Race, and Sex in the Shaping of an American Nation. She is currently at work on a collection of personal essays on the Vietnam war.
*21W.024 - Writing and Experience: Culture Shock!
*21W.025 - Writing and Experience: Border Crossings
*21W.735 - Writing and Reading the Essay
*21W.745 - Advanced Essay Workshop
- Cartographies of Desire: Captivity, Race, and Sex in the Shaping of an American Nation - a study of how narratives of captive women—white women captured by Indians, Native women by colonizers—have been used to racialize the population of North America and to forge a particular identity of the nation.
- In Depth: Essayists for Our Time - an anthology with Carl Klaus and Chris Anderson
- Published poems, essays, and literary scholarship in periodicals such as Kalliope, Artemis, The Iowa Review, San Jose Studies, Vietnam Generation, Legacy, WPA: Writing Program Administration, and The MIT Faculty Newsletter, and in a number of books, including Courses for Change in Writing; Teaching Writing: Pedagogy, Gender, and Equity; The Fourth Genre: Writers of/on Creative Nonfiction; Edith Wharton: New Critical Essays; Homemaking: Women Writers and the Politics and Poetics of Home; and What Do I Know? Reading, Writing, and Teaching the Essay.
Acting Director, Writing Across the Curriculum, 12-118, 617-452-5009, email@example.com
Suzanne Lane, ‘85 is Acting Director of Writing Across the Curriculum in the Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies, and directs the Writing Advisor program in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. Dr. Lane has taught Writing at Harvard University, and American and African American Literature at Boston University and California State University, San Bernardino. Dr. Lane’s research focuses on rhetorical and narrative theory, as well as on student writing development. As a researcher on the Harvard Study of Undergraduate Writing, Dr. Lane investigated how students learn the rhetorical cultures and conventions of different disciplines across the curriculum. In her current book project, Dr. Lane analyzes the rhetoric of slave narratives, academic histories, and historical novels of slavery. Parts of this work have been published in African American Review.
*21W.013 - Writing and Rhetoric
*21W.747 - Rhetoric
- “Conjuring,” The Feminist Encyclopedia of African-American Literature, Ed. Elizabeth Beaulieu. New York: Greenwood Press, 2005
- “Reading Early Slave Narratives as Oral Narratives,” Narrative Society Conference, April 2004
- “Black Thunder’s Call for a Conjure Response to American Negro Slavery,” African-American Review. Volume 37, Number 4, December 2003. 583-598
Director, Writing and Communication Center, 12-120, 617-253-4459, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Steven Strang has served as Fiction Editor for the magazine Just Pulp and was the Publisher and Editor of the literary journal The Pale Fire Review. He reviews manuscripts for several publishers and journals. He is a communication and writing consultant for various universities, businesses and companies.
*21W.747 - Rhetoric
- Writing Exploratory Essays (Mayfield 1995 and Freeload 2008)
- “Staffing a Writing Center with Professional Tutors” in The Writing Center Directors Resource Book (2007)
- Fiction and poems published in such journals as The Beacon Review, Footwork, The Cathartic, Poetry Today, Muse's Brew Poetry Review, Mystery Time, Poets, Nexus, and Nit and Wit
- Published literary criticism and pedagogical articles in such journals as College Composition Communication, Issues in Writing, The Alaska Quarterly Review, and Cithara