Center Graduate Students: Logan Middleton
Logan Middleton is a PhD student in the department of English and the Center for Writing Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Although originally from San Francisco, I completed my MA in English with a concentration in writing studies at the University of Illinois, and I earned my BA in English and Communication Arts with an emphasis in film from the University of Wisconsin. Like many other folx, I developed an interest in writing studies by working at my undergraduate institution’s writing center as a peer writing tutor and by doing similar work through the Madison Public Library system as a writing consultant. Here at Illinois, I’m interested in more deeply understanding how writing and literacy practices unfold in community and non-university spaces.
Higher education in prison, community literacy, sound studies, multimodal composition, disability studies, writing center studies.
“Mix It Up, Mash It Up: Arrangement, Audio Editing, and the Importance of Sonic Context” (forthcoming). Amplifying Soundwriting: Theory and Practice in Rhetoric and Writing. Eds. Courtney S. Danforth, Michael Faris, and Kyle D. Stedman. Ann Arbor, MI: Gayle Morris Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative.
- Writing Studies 300: Issues in Tutoring Writing
- Odyssey Project: Critical Thinking and Writing
- Informatics / Writing Studies 303: Writing Across Media
- Rhetoric 105: Writing and Research
Other Positions Held
- Writing Workshop Co-Coordinator, Education Justice Project
- Assistant Director, Writers Workshop
- Writing Consultant, Illinois Scholars Program
- Peer Mentor, Center for Writing Studies
- Research Assistant, Spencer Schaffner,
- Research Assistant, Melissa Littlefield