Katt Blackwell-Starnes, Ph.D.
|On Campus||Online||Research Interests|
Tuesday & Wednesday
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
I am an associate professor of English specializing in academic writing and rhetoric. I serve as the department’s Writing Director, overseeing all departmental writing courses. I also serve as the New Media Editor for the Journal of Veterans Studies, the faculty representative for the Lamar Veterans Organization, and Senior Chair for the Writing with Current, Future, and Former Members of the Military Standing Group at the Conference for College Composition and Communication.
Blackwell-Starnes, Katt. “At Ease: Developing Veterans’ Sense of Belonging in the College Classroom” Journal of Veterans Studies. vol. 3, no. 1, 2018, pgs. 18-36.
Blackwell-Starnes, Katt and Janice Walker. “Reports From The LILAC Project: Designing a Translocal Study.” In Points of Departure: Rethinking RAD Methods for the Study of Student Writing. Tricia Serviss and Sandra Jamieson, eds. Utah State UP, 2018, pgs. 62-82.
Blackwell-Starnes, Katt. “‘Life Was Good. The Sun Hot.’: Septimus Smith, Sanity and Suicide.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany. no. 91, Spring 2017, pgs. 32-33.
Current Courses [Fall 2019]
|Introduction to the Profession|
|Academic Writing for Publication||Feminist Critical Theory||Studies in Foucault|