Research Presentation: Kelly Moreland, with Madelaine Pope

Monday, February 25, 2019 at 1:00pm to 2:15am

East Hall, 206
East Hall, Bowling Green, OH 43403

Please join us for the research presentation of our colleague Kelly Moreland. A description of Kelly's research is provided below. 

“Embodying the Role of the Professor”: How TAs Perform Embodiment in First-Year Writing Classrooms

Kelly’s dissertation project explores how a group of first-year graduate teaching associates (TAs) at Bowling Green State University perform embodiment in their first-year writing classrooms. To study how TAs’ embodied performances influence their identities as novice or experienced writing instructors, Kelly conducted a mixed-methods case study of the Fall 2017 Composition Instructors’ Workshop course (ENG 6020). In this presentation, Kelly and one of her co-researchers, Madelaine, will introduce the study and discuss findings regarding how TAs perform embodiment through two emerging themes: embodied engagement and embodied authority. 


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Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, General Public, Prospective Students



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