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								Stephen L.																 Fox

Stephen L. Fox

Director of the Writing Program
Professor of English
Department: English, Writing Program
(317) 278-2054
CA 423B

Education

Education

  • PhD, University of Wisconsin (Madison) 1992
  • M Div, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 1984
  • MA, Duke University 16977
  • BA, University of Georgia 1976

Teaching

Teaching

W131, W270, W140; W400 Issues in Teaching Writing; W590 Teaching Composition: Theory and Practice; W605 Writing Project Summer Institute

Awards

Awards

Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching 2015; FACET Class of 2011; IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award 2012; IUPUI Teaching Excellence Recognition Award 1997

Publications

Publications

*Fox, Steve and Michael Powers. “Half a Loaf: A Promotion Process for Adjunct Faculty.” Forum: Issues about Part-Time and Contingent Faculty 21:1 (2017). forthcoming *Lovejoy, Kim Brian, Steve Fox, and Scott Weeden. “Linguistic Diversity as Resource—A Multi-Level Approach to Building Awareness in First-Year Writing Programs (and Beyond)” Pedagogy 18.3. forthcoming *Fox, Stephen, and Kim Brian Lovejoy. “Boundary Crossings and Collaboration in a Graduate Certificate in Teaching Writing.” Degree of Change: The MA in English Studies. ed. Margaret Strain and Rebecca Potter. NCTE, 20016: 99-119. *Fox, Steve. “Looking in the WPA Mirror: Balancing Roles and Taking Action.” Forum: Issues About Part-Time and Contingent Faculty 16:2 (2013): A3-A6. Published as an insert in Teaching English in the Two-Year College 40:3 (2013). *Kim Brian Lovejoy, Fox, Steve, and Katherine V. Wills. “From Language Experience to Classroom Practice: Affirming Linguistic Diversity in Writing Pedagogy.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 9.2 (2009): 261-87.

Service

Service

Director, Hoosier Writing Project Vice-President, Indiana Teachers of Writing

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

composition, literacy studies, educational reform, nineteenth-century American literature, and history of writing instruction

Location

Location:
CA 423B
Address:
425 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202