- Curriculum Vitae
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Degree Institution Field Dates PhD Cornell University English 1988 MFA Cornell University Fiction Writing 1983 BA SUNY-Binghamton Literature and Creative Writing 1980
Jonathan Hall completed his Ph.D in American literature and his M.F.A. in fiction writing at Cornell University. His current research interests focus on college writing studies, including plagiarism prevention, writing program administration, the teaching of college writing to multilingual learners, and the relation between freshman composition and upper-level writing in the disciplines (Writing Across the Curriculum).
- Areas of Expertise:
- Writing Across the Curriculum
college writing pedagogy theory and practice
esp. multilingual learners
American literature, especially 19th century
Creative Writing: fiction and poetry
- Articles in Field Of Expertise:
Hall, Jonathan and Nela Navarro. "Lessons for WAC/WID from Language Learning Research: Multicompetence and Second Register Acquisition." Across the Disciplines: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Language, Learning, and Academic Writing. 8.4 2011: n.p..
Hall, Jonathan. "WAC/WID in the Next America: Re-thinking Professional Identity in the Age of the Multilingual Majority." The WAC Journal. 20 2009: 33-47.
Hall, Jonathan. "Toward a Unified Writing Curriculum: Integrating WAC/WID with Freshman Composition..." The WAC Journal. 17 2006: 5-22.
Hall, Jonathan. "Plagiarism Across the Curriculum: How Academic Communities Can Meet the Challenge of the Undocumented Writer..." Across the Disciplines: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Language, Learning, and Academic Writing. 2 2005: n.p..
Hall, Jonathan. "The Non-correspondent Breeze: Melville's Re-writing of Wordsworth in Pierre." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance. 39 1993: 1-19.
Hall, Jonathan. "Every Man of Them Almost Was a Volume of Voyages': Writing the Self in Melville's Redburn." American Transcendental Quarterly. 5 1991: 259-271.
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Hall, Jonathan. "Fin de Siécle" and "A Denial (Poetry)." Beyond the Rift: Poets of the Palisades Edited by Paul Nash. Providence RI:Poet's Press.. 2010: 66-70, 74.
Hall, Jonathan. "Teenage Girl on a Summer Sidewalk (Poetry)." White Pelican Review. 5.1 2004: 38-39.
Hall, Jonathan. "Hard Summer (poetry)." Poetry Motel. 2004: .
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Hall, Jonathan. "Laugh (fiction)." Northwest Florida Review. 2.1 2003: 9-17.
Hall, Jonathan. "Mr. Machine (fiction)." Another Chicago Magazine. 28 1994: 60-66.
Hall, Jonathan. "Open Season (fiction)." Oasis. 1994: .
Hall, Jonathan. "Fast Food (fiction)." Sou'wester. 19.2 1991: 32-48.
Hall, Jonathan. "In a Green Eye (fiction)." Karamu. XII.2 1991: 41-53.
Hall, Jonathan. "The Masks of Love (fiction)." Kingfisher. II.1 1988: 15-33.
Hall, Jonathan. "The Penitent Magdalene (fiction)." Hawaii Review. 20 1986: 94-105.
- Refereed Proceedings in Field Of Expertise:
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- Chapters in Field Of Expertise:
Hall, Jonathan. "“Multilinguality Across the Curriculum.” (Preface)." WAC and Second Language Writers: Research towards Developing Linguistically and Culturally Inclusive Programs and Practices Ed. Michelle Cox and Terry Myers Zawacki (Perspectives in Writing Series, Parlor Press and WAC Clearinghouse,. Parlor Press 2013: .
Hall, Jonathan. "Multilinguality is the Mainstream." ReWorking English in Rhetoric and Composition: Language, Locations, Interventions Ed. Bruce Horner and Karen L. Kopelson. Southern Illinois University Press 2013: 25.
Hall, Jonathan. "Alice and Phoebe Cary." Encyclopedia of American Nineteenth-Century Poetry: The Nineteenth Century, ed. Eric Haralson. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers 1998: 65-70.
- Reviews in Field Of Expertise:
"American Literature" Vol 64: 1992: 820-821.
- Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances:
" The Language and Literacy Diversity Project: Using Linguistic Survey Data to Inform Writing Pedagogy, Writing Research, and Writing Program Assessment " March 15, 2013: Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV.
" “A Writing Course is a Writing Course”: Closing the Gap between Developmental Writing and First-year Composition " November 10, 2012: CUNY Conference on Best Practices in Reading/Writing Instruction.
" Translingual Economies of Reading " October 18, 2012: Thomas R. Watson Conference, Louisville KY.
" Multilingual Writers and the Future of WAC (Organizer of roundtable and presenter of “Lessons for WAC/WID from Language Learning Research: Multicompetence and Register Acquisition”) " June 9, 2012: International Writing Across the Curriculum conference, Savannah, Georgia..
" Direct Assessment of Junior-level College Writing: A Study of Reading, Writing, and Language Background " June 8, 2012: International Writing Across the Curriculum conference, Savannah, Georgia..
" The Junior Writer: Language Background, Student Engagement, and Academic Writing/Reading " March 23, 2012: Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis.
" Multilinguality Across the Curriculum: Language, Identity, and the Future of WAC/WID " March 21, 2012: Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis.
" What College Writing Instructors Can Learn From Language Pedagogy; What Language Instructors Can Learn From College Writing Pedagogy " September 30, 2011: Writing Education Across Borders, Penn State University.
" The Journey of General Education Literacy: Comparing First-year vs. Junior-level College Writers.” With Shao-Wei Wu. " May 13, 2011: CUNY General Education Conference, York College.
" Beyond ‘L1' and ‘L2": Toward an Interdisciplinary Synthesis in Multilingual Writing Research and Pedagogy. " April 7, 2011: Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta.
" The Linguistic Diversity Project: Language Background, Student Engagement, and College Writing. " February 18, 2011: Writing Research Across Borders II: 3rd International Santa Barbara Conference on Writing Research. George Mason University.
" If Multilingual Learners Are the Mainstream, Who Are the ‘Outliers’ in Composition Research? " October 15, 2010: Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, University of Louisville..
" What WAC/WID Faculty Need to Know About Multilingual Learners: New Approaches for Faculty Development " May 21, 2010: International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Indiana University.
" Closing the Sophomore Gap: General Education Connections Between First-year Composition and Writing in the Disciplines " May 7, 2010: CUNY General Education Conference, Kingsborough CC.
" What Multilingual Students Need to Know About College Writing: A Metacognitive Approach " November 7, 2009: Symposium on Second Language Writing, Arizona State University.
" Ten Principles of a Comprehensive Writing Program. " October 18, 2008.: 'Who Owns Writing?' Revisited: A Conference on the Future of Rhetoric and Composition. Hofstra University.
" WAC/WID in the Next America: Pedagogical Implications of 'The New Latin,' 'The New Englishes,' and 'The New Student " May 2008: International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Austin, Texas.
" What TESOL Can Learn from Composition, What Composition Can Learn from TESOL " April 2008: Penn-TESOL Conference, Arcadia University.
" What Composition Can Learn from TESOL, What TESOL Can Learn from Composition " April 2008: Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans.
" Plagiarism Across the Curriculum: Disciplinary Communities & the Challenge of the Undocumented Writer " May 2004: National Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, St. Louis.
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" Making Translingual Pedagogies a Reality: Redesigning Syllabi, Assignments, Feedback, and Program Mission Statements " March 21, 2012: Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis.
" How We Do Writing At CUNY: a discussion about the future direction of writing instruction at York and other campuses " February 9, 2012: Center fofr Excellence in Teaching and Learning, York College.
" “Writing Fellowship as Career Development.” (Organizer and moderator of panel.) " April 15, 2011.: CUNY Professional Development Series for WAC Writing Fellows, John Jay College.
" Scaffolding and Spiraling: Building Assignments; Teaching About Plagiarism. " March 9, 2011: Teaching Freshman Writing Seminar Series, English Department, York College..
" What Faculty Teaching Writing Intensive Courses Need to Know about Multilingual Learners. " April 29, 2010: Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, York College.
" Scaffolded Writing Assignments: Building Student Success into Writing Sequences. " December 3, 2009: Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, York College.
" Enhancing Writing Intensive Courses: Faculty Collaborations with CUNY Writing Fellows. " October 8, 2009: Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, York College.
" Creating and Using Rubrics. " October 1, 2009: Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, York College.
" Writing as a Method of Assessment " January 22, 2009: “Building Assessment into General Education Reform: A Workshop for Faculty Inquiry Groups,” organized by the Outcomes Assessment Committee, York College.
" Plagiarism Interventions " October 22, 2008: Conversation facilitator in English Department series “Talking about Teaching English 125.” York College.
" Beyond ‘Avoiding Plagiarism’: Teaching Purposes Of Attribution & Citation.” At “Negotiating Multiple Voices: Addressing Attribution and Plagiarism in the Writing Classroom. " February 25, 2008.: Writing Program, Rutgers University, Newark..
" Multilingual Students and the Future of WAC " May 10, 2007: WAC Colloquium, Rutgers University, Newark.
" New Approaches to Plagiarism. " October 30, 2006: Writing Program/WAC Program Professional Development Seminar for Writing Program, Rutgers University, Newark.
" The Segue From Freshman Composition to Writing Across the Curriculum: Responsibilities on Both Sides. " May 11, 2006: WAC Colloquium, Rutgers University, Newark.
" Plagiarism and the Writing Center: A Workshop for Tutors. " February 2006: Writing Center Rutgers University, Newark.
" Writing from Sources: How to Avoid Plagiarism and Improve Your Research Papers: A Workshop for Students. " February 2005: Writing Center, Rutgers University, Newark.
" Toward Excellence in Student Writing: Research and the Advanced Writing Intensive Course. " May 13, 2003: WAC Colloquium, Rutgers University, Newark.
" Preventing Plagiarism Through Pedagogy: Strategies of Anticipation " November 3, 2004: Writing Program, Rutgers University, Newark.
CUNY Collaborative Incentive Research Grants Program, “Academic reading/writing of urban college students: Investigating linguistic diversity, pedagogical interventions, and learning outcomes.” With Cynthia Wiseman, BMCC. Pending: .
PSC-CUNY, The Linguistic Diversity Project: A Study of Writing, Reading, and Language Background among York College First-year Students. 2009-2010: $3750.