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Profile: Steven Engel

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Research Interests

Primary Interests

Writing pedagogy
Teacher education

Secondary Interests

Remix, mashups and other new literacies
Video games and learning
Discourse analysis and qualitative methods
Transition from high school to college writing


McBee Orzulak, M., Lillge, D., Engel, S., and Haviland, V. Contemplating Trust in Times of Uncertainty: Uniting Practice and Interactional Awareness to Address Ethical Dilemmas in English Teacher Education. English Education. [accepted; publication date October 2014]
Engel, S. "From Rules to Reasons: Reframing Teacher Talk about Research, Attribution, and Citation" in Engagingwith Sources: Teaching from the Citation Project. Edited by Kelly Kinney and Rebecca Moore Howard. [accepted]
Engel, S. and Gerben, C. "Rule-Playing: Gamers’ Role in Interacting with the Rules of Play." Chapter in edited collection Game of Words, Words of Play: Essays on the Terminology of Videogame Theory. Edited by Zach Waggoner. McFarland & Company. [accepted]
Rex, L.A., Thomas, E.E., & Engel, S. (2010). Applying Toulmin: Teaching logical reasoning and argumentative writing, English Journal, 99(6): 56-62.
Engel, S. and Wiener, G., eds. (1996-2001). Desperate Act. Rochester, NY.

Engel, S., ed. (1998) Readings on J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye. The Greenhaven Literary Companion to American Literature. San Diego: Greenhaven.
Engel, S. (1996). “Keats Died at Twenty-Five.” [Poem] Muse. Ilya Kaminsky, ed. Rochester, NY.

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