Kelly Moreland is a doctoral candidate in Rhetoric and Writing at Bowling Green State University. Her research interests include writing pedagogy, feminist pedagogies and methodologies, writing program administration, embodied rhetorics, and digital approaches to composition.
Kelly Moreland is a Ph.D. candidate in Rhetoric and Writing at Bowling Green State University. In her role as assistant director for BGSU’s General Studies Writing Program, she participates in curricular revision efforts, chairs a biannual writing showcase, and co-edits WRIT, a journal of first-year writing. In addition to her participation in HASTAC, she is a member of WPA-GO, the graduate organization of the Council of Writing Program Administrators, where she works for the Digital Presence Committee.
Kelly has found a scholarly home at conferences like CWPA (Council of Writing Program Administrators), Feminisms and Rhetorics, CCCC (Conference on College Composition and Communication), and Computers and Composition. As a teacher-scholar, she is interested in writing program communities as sites of inquiry. Her research interests include writing program administration, especially teacher preparation and development, and curricular design; feminist approaches to composition; embodied performative rhetorics; and digital and multimodal approaches to composition. Kelly's dissertation project, a classroom-based case study of The Composition Instructors' Workshop (teaching practicum) at BGSU, explores how graduate teaching associates address embodied performance as they learn to teach in a given first-year writing program.
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