Michael MacDonald, Ph.D.
Biography and Education
Teaching interests: Basic Writing, Writing Studio, Global Studies, Composition
Research interests: Basic Writing, Critical Literacy, Refugee Studies, Forced Migration
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2013
Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2013
Certificate in Forced Migration, University of Oxford, 2017
Teaching and Research
- COMP 099: Writing Techniques
- COMP 300: Writing Studio
- GLOC 301: Introduction to Global Cultures
- COMP 462: Transnational Rhetorics
MacDonald, Michael T. “Governing Sponsorship in a Literacy Support Program for Resettled Refugee Students.” Reflections 18. 1 (2018): 39-70.
MacDonald, Michael T. and William DeGenaro. “Negotiating a Transcultural Ethos from the Ground Up in a Basic Writing Program.” Journal of Basic Writing. Forthcoming.
MacDonald, Michael T. “‘My Little English’: A Case Study of Decolonial Perspectives on Discourse in an After-school Program for Refugee Youth.” Community Literacy Journal 11.2 (Spring 2017): 16-29.
MacDonald, Michael T. “Emissaries of Literacy: Representations of Sponsorship and Refugee Experience in the Stories of the Lost Boys of Sudan.” College English 77.5 (2015): 408-28.