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Hoag, trevor - vita (fall 2016)

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Hoag, trevor - vita (fall 2016)

  1. 1. Trevor L. Hoag, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, English Christopher Newport University McMurran Hall 213 Office: (757) 594-8891 Email: trevor.hoag@cnu.edu Website: https://occupyingmemory.wordpress.com/ EDUCATION Ph.D. English, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, 2013. Concentrations: Rhetoric and Writing, Digital Literacies and Literatures. Dissertation: “Occupying Memory: Rhetorical Studies for the 99 Percent.” Committee: Diane Davis (Chair), Jeffrey Walker, Peg Syverson, Joshua Gunn, Victor Vitanza. M.A. English, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, May 2010. Concentration: Rhetoric and Writing, Digital Literacies and Literatures. M.A. Philosophy, Ohio University, Athens, OH, June 2007. Concentrations: History of Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Ethics. B.A. English, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS, December 2004. Minors: Philosophy and Psychology. A.A. General Studies, Allen County Community College, Iola, KS, May 2002. AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS Recipient, Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Student Writing, Christopher Newport University, Spring 2014. Recipient, English Department Excellence Fellowship, University of Texas at Austin, Fall 2012. Nominee, Maxine Hairston Prize for Excellence in Teaching, University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2011. Nominee, James L. Kinneavy Prize for Scholarship in Rhetoric and Composition, University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2011; Spring 2012; Spring 2013. Nominee, John Slatin Prize for Mastery of Electronic Education (MEME), University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2010; Spring 2013. Recipient, Preemptive Recruitment Fellowship, University of Texas at Austin, 2008. Recipient, Philosophy Department Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year Award, Ohio University, 2007.
  2. 2. PUBLICATIONS AND SUBMISSIONS (Submitted to publishers) Occupying Memory: Rhetoric, Trauma, Mourning. *** (Submitted) “This Fragile Machine: Technology, Vulnerability, and the Rhetoric(s) of Addiction.” enculturation: a Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. (Submitted) “The Maelstrom of Sorrow: Impossible Mourning and the Address of the Dead.” Rhetoric Review. (Submitted) “Rioting Finitude: Forgetting Death and its Figural Masks.” Journal of Advanced Composition (JAC). (Submitted) “Starless Night, Blinding Sun: Inscription, Hermeneutics, and the Rhetoricity of Trauma.” Philosophy and Rhetoric. (Submitted) “Inscribing the Impossible: Three Barriers to Traumatic Writing.” College Composition and Communication (CCC). “Ghosts of Memory: Mournful Performance and the Rhetorical Event of Haunting (Or, Specters of Occupy).” Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 10.3/4 (2014). PDF/Web. “Elusive Memorials: Blind-Spots, Insight, and Gun Violence at the University of Texas at Austin.” In/Visible Culture, University of Rochester. Fall 2013. “Interview with Rita Raley.” Currents in Electronic Literacy, University of Texas at Austin (DWRL). Fall 2013. “A Building that Recalls: Memory, Housing, and the Politics of Living On.” Currents in Electronic Literacy, University of Texas at Austin (DWRL). Spring 2012. “Interview with Barbara Biesecker.” Currents in Electronic Literacy, University of Texas at Austin (DWRL). Spring 2012. With Tekla Hawkins. “The Avatar that Therefore I am (Following).” Currents in Electronic Literacy, University of Texas at Austin (DWRL). Spring 2010. Review of Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth. E3W Review of Books, Vol. 8., University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2008. RHETORIC/ENGLISH PRESENTATIONS “Of Cinder, Ash: The Rhetorical Address of Burning Memory.” 17th Annual Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Atlanta, GA. May 2016. “Stellar Frequencies: Analyzing and Visualizing Textual Data in Silent Sky.” Christopher Newport University. Theater Department Salon Series. 2015-2016 Season. “Masking the Riot: Finitude, Ecstasy, and Activism in the Face of Death.” Democracy and Civic Movements Conference. Christopher Newport University. November 2015. “The Digital Writing and Information Literacy Initiative: A Collaboration between Metaliteracy Learners.” Virginia Library Association Conference. Richmond, VA. October 2015.
  3. 3. “The Impossible Coming Wave: Forgetting, Figuration, and Death.” International Society for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place Conference. Newport News, VA. March 2015. “The Writing Wounded.” Civic and Democratic Movements Conference. Christopher Newport University. September 2014. “Stiller Than Still: Monumental Bodies and the Challenge of Common Memory.” 16th Annual Rhetoric Society of America Conference. San Antonio, TX. May 2014. “The Infinite Archive: Social Media and the Revolutionary Extension of Memory.” 16th Annual Rhetoric Society of America Conference. San Antonio, TX. May 2014. “Wealth Inequality, Onto-theology, Subjectivity.” Wealth Inequality Panel. Christopher Newport University. Newport News, VA. April 2014. “How Can a Rhetorical Approach to Trauma Enrich Clinical Practice?” Virginia Humanities Conference. Longwood University. Farmville, VA. March 2014. “Occupying Memory: Recalling Radical Rhetorics.” Scholarship Matters (Christopher Newport University). Newport News, VA. October 2013. “Occupying Memory: Recalling Radical Rhetorics.” Digital Writing and Research Lab, Invited Talk (UT-Austin). Austin, TX. September 2013. “The Maelstrom of Sorrow: Working-Through the Rhetorical Forces of Mourning.” 13th Annual Christopher Newport Univ. Faculty Conference. Newport News, VA. August 2013. “Thresholds of Pain: Trauma and Punishment as Gateways to Learning.” 63rd Annual College Comp. and Communications Conference, St. Louis, MO, March, 2012. “Forgetting, Ethics, and The History of Rhetoric.” 14th Annual Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Minneapolis, MN. May, 2010. “Kenneth Burke and Martin Heidegger: Identification, Being-with, Ethics.” 60th Annual College Comp. and Communications Conference. San Francisco, CA. March, 2009. “The Vampire: Psychologist, Philosopher, Antichrist.” 2nd Annual Emporia St. Univ. Cultural and Literary Studies Conference. Emporia, KS. May 2005. “Power, Freedom, and Angst in Shakespearean Tragedy.” 1st Annual Emporia St. Univ. Cultural and Literary Studies Conference. Emporia, KS. May 2004. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor, Department of English Christopher Newport University, August 2013-Present. Created course syllabi and lectures. Designed and evaluated assignments. Advised students. Served on faculty committees. Designed and implemented curricula. Courses include: ENGL 123: First Year Writing Seminar (7 Sections) ENGL 223: Second Year Writing Seminar (4 Sections) ENGL 304: Through Conflict, Creativity (1 Section) ENGL 308: Literature, Theory, and Culture (1 Section) ENGL 350: Writing for the Digital Humanities (6 Sections)
  4. 4. ENGL 353: Writing for the Professions (4 Sections) ENGL 395/NEUR 395: Dissecting the Enigmas of Memory (1 Section) ENGL 395: Special Topics—Rhetoric, Memory, Forgetting (1 Section) IDST 270: Introduction to Digital Humanities (1 Section) Assistant Instructor, Department of Rhetoric and Writing, University of Texas at Austin, August 2009-May 2013. Created course syllabi and lectures. Designed and evaluated assignments. Held office hours. Courses include: RHE 312: Writing in Digital Environments (1 section) ENG 314J: Literature and Ethics (1 section) RHE 309K: Rhetoric, Memory, and Forgetting (2 sections) RHE 309S: Critical Reading and Persuasive Writing (1 section) RHE 306: Rhetoric and Writing (2 sections) Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin, August 2008-May 2009. Led discussion groups. Graded Exams and quizzes. Held office hours. Courses include: ENG 316K: Masterworks of American Literature (2 sections) ENG 316K: Masterworks of English Literature (2 sections) Adjunct Professor, Department of Philosophy, Religion, Humanities, and Women’s Studies. Austin Community College, August 2007-Present. Created course syllabi and lectures. Designed and evaluated assignments. Held office hours. Courses include: Introduction to Philosophy (5 sections) Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Philosophy. Ohio University, September 2005-June 2007. Created course syllabi and lectures. Designed and evaluated assignments. Held office hours. Courses include: Principles of Reasoning; Logic (7 sections) Writing Center Tutor Austin Community College, Austin, Texas, May 2008-August 2008. Allen County Community College, Iola, Kansas, August 2001-May 2002. ADMINISTRATION Director, Center for Digital Innovation in Humanities (CDIH). Christopher Newport University. (Forthcoming). Designed Lab Space. Recruited and Trained Faculty/Staff. Organized Speakers and Workshops. Managed Projects. Assistant Director, Digital Writing and Research Lab (DWRL), University of Texas at Austin, August 2011-May 2013. Managed Project Groups. Planned DWRL Orientation, Speaker Series, and Showcase. Trained and Supported Assistant Instructors in the Lab. Held Office Hours. Project Leader, Digital Writing and Research Lab (DWRL), University of Texas at Austin, August 2010-May 2011. Managing Editor of Currents in Electronic Literacy (Digital Journal).
  5. 5. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE Member and Subcommittee Chair. Quality Enhancement Program (QEP). Christopher Newport University. 2016-Present. Member. University Writing Council (UWC). Christopher Newport University. 2016-Present. Webmaster and E-Newsletter Writer. English Department. Christopher Newport University. 2016-Present. Co-director. Digital Humanities Minor. Christopher Newport University. 2015-Present. Member. English Department Web Design and Four-Year Plan Committee. 2015-2016. Faculty Mentor. Christopher Newport University. 2015-Present. Safe Zone Certification. LGBTQ “Ally” Training. July 2015-Present. Co-founder. Digital Writing and Information Literacy Initiative (dwili). Christopher Newport University. 2015-Present. https://dwilicnu.wordpress.com/ Majors Advisor. English Department. Christopher Newport University. 2014-Present. Member. International Society for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place. 2014-Present. Member. University Digital Humanities Task Force. Christopher Newport University. 2013-Present. Faculty Mentor. Trebled Youth A Cappella Choir. Christopher Newport University. 2013-Present. Chair. Curriculum Committee. English Department. Christopher Newport University. 2014-2016. “Philosophies of Mourning.” Presentation and community discussion with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula. Newport News, Virginia. Fall 2013. Majors Portfolio Evaluator. Christopher Newport University. Assessed English majors portfolios according to departmental rubrics and reported on their quality. 2013-Present. Peer Mentor. University of Texas at Austin. Observed incoming colleagues’ courses to provide pedagogical feedback (ENG 316K). Advised first-year teachers of composition (ENG 398T). Member. Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. Department of Rhetoric and Writing. University of Texas at Austin. 2011-2012. Duties included reviewing/editing Freshman textbook. First-Year Student Writing Assessor for Departmental Review. Department of Rhetoric and Writing. University of Texas at Austin. Spring 2010. Member. National College Teachers of English (NCTE). 2009-Present. Member. Rhetoric Society of America (RSA). 2009- Present. Assistant Organizer. Second Annual Cultural and Literary Studies Conference: “The Work of Mourning: Deconstructing Derrida’s Legacy.” Emporia State University, 2005.
  6. 6. ACADEMIC HONORS Sigma Tau Delta. English Honors Society, Christopher Newport University. 2014-Present. 4.0 GPA, Highest Honors. Ph.D. Program, University of Texas at Austin. 2013. Phi Kappa Phi. Undergraduate University Honors, Emporia State University. 2004. Phi Delta Phi. Community College Honors, Allen County Community College. 2002. LANGUAGES German Passed German reading and translation course as University of Texas graduate student. Translated Sigmund Freud’s Zur Psychopathologie des Alltagslebens as course project. Audited four quarters of undergraduate German as Ohio University graduate student. French Passed French reading and translation course as University of Texas graduate student. Translated Gilles Deleuze’s Spinoza: Philosophie Practique as course project. Translated Henri Bergson’s Matière et mémoire as professional project. REFERENCES Dr. Diane Davis Dr. Jean Filetti Dr. Jeffrey Walker Dept. of Rhet. & Writing Dept. of English Dept. of Rhet. & Writing FAC 17 MCM 205 A PAR 3A Univ. of Texas at Austin Christopher Newport U. Univ. of Texas at Austin Austin, TX – 78712 Newport News, VA 23606 Austin, TX – 78712 (512) 471-8735 (757) 594-7954 (512) 471-8744 Dr. Victor Vitanza Dr. Joshua Gunn Dr. Mary Wright RCID Program Dept. of Comms. Studies Dept. of English 711 Strode Tower CMA 7.114 MCM 201 G Clemson University Univ. of Texas at Austin Christopher Newport U. Clemson, SC – 29634 Austin, TX – 78712 Newport News, VA 23606 (864) 656-6411 (512) 471-5251 (757) 594-7716

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