Sarah m. Lushia



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SARAH M. LUSHIA

English Department

Lane Community College

4000 E 30th Ave

Eugene, OR 97405

slushia@yahoo.com




Education
PhD, English Studies

Illinois State University, Normal (August 2010)

Dissertation: “Seeing Triple: Examining the Three Narratives at Work in Black American

Women’s Life Narrative Picture Books”

Dissertation Chair: Cynthia Huff

Readers: Karen Coats, Paula Ressler

Women’s Studies Graduate Certificate (August 2010)

Specialization: Black Women’s Feminist and Gender Theories


Masters Degree, Children’s Literature

Illinois State University, Normal. (May 2005, Honors)


Bachelor of Arts, English

State University of New York, Plattsburgh (May 2003, Honors)



Research
Publications

“Telling Her Story: A Look at the Trend of Black American Women’s Life Narrative

Picture Books.” Under consideration for publication in the anthology Picturing Children of the Sun. Ed. Michelle Martin.
“Making Pictures Talk: The Journey of Learning a New Genre.” Illinois State University Writing Research Annual. August 2010.
“Learnin’ With You This Way: Using Chicago Author W. Nikola-Lisa’s Picture Books in

Middle and High School Classrooms.” Illinois English Bulletin. 94.2 (2007): 25-31.


Presentations
“Talking Sight: an Audio Description Project for English 101.” New Directions in

English Studies Symposium in Normal, IL. February 2010.


“Seeing Triple: Examining the Three Narratives at Work in Women’s Life Writing in Picture Books.” Children’s Literature Association Annual Conference in Normal, IL. June 2008.

“Learnin’ With You This Way: Looking at the Work of W. Nikola Lisa.” Illinois Association of Teacher’s of English Conference in Peoria, IL. October 2006.


“Long Strange Journey to a Wide Open Road: A Look at Recent Black Women’s Life Writing.” ISU Women’s Studies Symposium in Normal, IL. April 2006.
“What’s So Secret About The Secret Life of Bees?” Northeastern Illinois University/Chicago Teacher’s Center Young Adult Literature Conference in St. Charles, IL. October 2005.
“Closets Are For Clothing: Space for GLBTQ Students in our Classrooms and Schools.” Northeastern Illinois University/Chicago Teacher’s Center Young Adult Literature Conference in St. Charles, IL. September 2005.
“A Purple Cottage in the Subdivision: The Storyteller’s Voice in Contemporary Children’s Literature.” Annual Children’s Literature Symposium in Normal, IL. April 2005.
“The Story of My Birth: An Autobiographical Reflection.” Illinois State University Women’s Studies Symposium in Normal, IL. April 2005.
“Talking Pictures: A Look at the Role of Illustration in Children’s Informational Texts.” Illinois Reading Council Conference in Springfield, IL. March 2005.
“Nonfiction Has Many Faces: How Students Use Illustration in Expository Writing.” Center for the Advancement of Teaching Symposium in Bloomington, IL. January 2005.
“Caregivers and Bridge-Builders: A Look at the Role of African American Grandmothers in Society and Picture Books.” Children’s Literature Association Annual Conference in Buffalo, NY. June 2001.
“What Makes a Daddy: A Look at the Role of Fatherhood in Recent Picture Books.” Children’s Literature Association Conference in Roanoke, VA. June 2000.

Honors and Awards
Schafer “Pat on the Back” Innovation Award, 2012

Member of Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society, Spring 1999-Present

Recipient of Taimi Ranta Scholarship in Children’s Literature, May 2007

Recipient of PSUNY English Department Best Literary Essay, Spring 2002

Recipient of Redcay Honors Scholarship, Spring 2002

Winner of PSUNY Book Nook Poetry Contest, 2001 and 2002

Winner of Cynthia Voight Memorial Writing Award, May 2000

Teaching Experience
Courses
Writing Specialist, Lane Community College, 2013-present

Writing 115: Introduction to College Writing focused on “The State of Education” (Fall

2013)

Writing 122A_H: Minority Rhetorics, Black American Rhetoric (Fall 2013)



English 100: Children’s Literature (Fall 2013)
Professor of Minority Rhetorics, Lane Community College 2011-2013

Writing 115: Introduction to College Writing (Winter 2012, Spring 2013)

Writing 121: Introduction to Academic Writing (Fall 2011-present)

Writing 122: Composition: Argument, Style, and Research (Spring 2012)

Writing 122A_H: Minority Rhetorics

Fall 2012-Spring 2013: Black American Rhetoric

English 100: Children’s Literature (Fall 2011, Winter 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013)

English 151: Black American Literature (Winter 2013)


Instructional Assistant Professor, Illinois State University 2010-2011

English 101: Composition as Critical Inquiry (Fall 2010, Spring 2011)

English 145.13: Business Writing

Fall 2010: Building an Online Portfolio

English 246: Advanced Exposition (Spring 2011)

English 271: Literature for Young Children (Fall 2010, Spring 2011)

English 272: Literature for Middle Grades (Spring 2011)
Graduate Assistant, Illinois State University 2005-2010

English 101: Composition as Critical Inquiry (Fall 2005-Spring 2010)

Fall 2008: Exploring ISU’s Core Values/Goals

Spring 2009 (Honors Section): Exploring Liberal Arts Education

Fall 2009-Spring 2010 (Experimental Section): Co-Designing 101 with Students

English 170: Foundations in Literature for Children (Spring 2006-Spring2009)

Spring 2006-Fall 2007: Focus on Multiple Perspectives in Children’s Literature

Spring 2007-Spring 2009: Focus on Examining How Issues of Race, Class, Gender,

And Sexuality Function in Children’s Literature

English 125: Twentieth Century Women’s Life Narratives (Spring 2008)

English 260: History of Lesbian Literature (volunteer GA, Fall 2009)
Workshops
Conducted a one-day workshop on Handmaid’s Tale in English 160, Illinois State University, Spring 2009.
“Learning to Navigate Boundaries Through Concept Books.” Northeastern Illinois University/Chicago Teacher’s Center Roots of Language and Literacy Program in St. Charles, IL. March 2007.
“What’s So Secret?: Using The Secret Life of Bees in Cross-Curricular

Teaching.” Inquiry Thread at Northeastern Illinois University/Chicago Teacher’s Summer Institute in Chicago, IL. June 12-16, 2006.


“What Are These Illustrations for Anyway?: Utilizing Illustrations to

Facilitate Inquiry-Based Learning.” Inquiry Thread at Northeastern Illinois University/Chicago Teacher’s Summer Institute in Chicago, IL. June 16-20, 2005.



Service
Assessment Team (January 2013- present)

Class Librarian Pilot Project (2012-present)

We Care Campaign Division Representative (2012, 2013)

Writing Program Assessment for 2011-2012 Academic Year at LCC (Fall 2012)

English 101 Teaching Group (2010)

English 101 Experimental Teachers Group (2009-2010)

Professional Development Event, Table Leader for “Diversity in the Classroom” (Fall 2008)

ISU Ambassador, Children’s Literature Association Conference (Summer 2008)

Committee to Revise English 101 (2007)

Administrative Experience
Interdisciplinary Studies Advisor, Illinois State University, June 2005- August 2006

Director of Dodge Library, West Chazy, NY, June 2001-August 2002



Professional Affiliations
Modern Language Association (MLA)

National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)

Children’s Literature Association (ChLA)

Teaching Tolerance



References
Jennifer Klaudinyi

klaudinyij@lanecc.edu

(541) 463-5357
Cynthia Huff

cahuff@ilstu.edu

(309) 438-7383

(309) 376-2102

Kathryn Kerr

kkerr@ilstu.edu

(309) 438-7683
Margaret Bayless

baylessm@lanecc.edu



(541) 463-5695


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