Writing and Rhetoric: critical pedagogy, sociocultural turn of writing pedagogy, multilingual writing, second language writing, translingualism, writing across curriculum, feminist ethnographic research
Joan Hwang is a PhD student in the Writing and Rhetoric PhD program at George Mason University. Joan has taught undergraduate writing courses specialized for non-native English speaking students and first-year writing courses for multilingual students. She currently teaches Advanced composition courses for undergraduate students at George Mason University.
ENGH121/122: Enhanced English Composition for Multilingual Writers
ENGH100: English composition for multilingual students
ENGH302: Advanced composition
PhD student, Writing and Rhetoric, George Mason University
MA, English, George Mason University, 2012
Graduate Certificate in TESL, George Mason University, 2011
“Engaging Students and Giving Feedback as a GTA." Presented by Tom Polk, Joan Hwang, Lourdes Fernandez, and Emily Staudt. Innovations in Teaching and Learning: Teaching Towards the Future. Fairfax, Virginia, 2020.
"McCarthy's A Stranger in Strange Lands: Graduate student Writers in DIscourse Community During the Pandemic Era." Presented by Joan Hwang. University of California Writing Program Conference: Creating Space. Berkely, California, 2021.
"Opportunity Space for Writing as a Critical Constituent of the Social Practice of Discourse Communities." Presented by Joan Hwang. Mason Graduate and Professional Student Association Conference. Fairfax, Virginia, 2021