2020 Rasmuson Award News Coverage

Artist Award Focuses on Juneau Women
KTOO, A Juneau Afternoon
July 30, 2020
With thanks to my cohort of Juneau Rasmuson Award winners, host Mandy Nguyen (nu-win), and Programming Manager Sheli DeLaney.

Lesser-heard voices from the past sing loud for Alaska art awards
Juneau Empire
July 15, 2020
“Juneau artists cleaned up in the prestigious competition,” Michael S. Lockett writes.

Full Page 2020 Rasmuson Award winners ADN announcement
Anchorage Daily News
July 1, 2020
You can also read Danielle DuClos’ ADN follow-up story here (July 2, 2020).

Teaching Stories

Cycle of Success: In-person Library Instruction
Library News
October 31, 2017
Stellar research librarian Paula Roper helped me design a race-focused composition course at the University of Missouri. Thanks to librarian Jennifer Gravely for writing about our collaboration.

English Class At University Of Missouri Examines Rhetoric Through Race
KBIA, Exam
September 22, 2016
Black Lives Matter was founded in 2013, the same year I began teaching at the University of Missouri. In 2015, police shot Michael Brown in Ferguson. University of Missouri student protests against racism made national news over and over that year, ultimately inspiring student groups at colleges and universities across the country to organize protests of their own. As educators, many of us responded pedagogically, in the classroom. Thank you to Claire Banderas and Allison Coffelt for reporting the story, and deep gratitude to my composition students for welcoming Allison to sit in on one of our class sessions.

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