Shenai Alonge-Moore has spent much of her academic time with composition studies, African American and post-colonial literature, and Hebrew narrative.
Though her favorite courses to teach are freshman composition courses, she also greatly enjoys teaching African American Literature and Technical Writing.
Her other interests include the studies of race and ethnicity, rap music, and dystopian literature. In addition to teaching, she is the faculty sponsor for the Minority Student Alliance and one of the sponsors for the International
Student Association. She is married to Kevin and has one daughter, Adia.
Presented "From Tupac to Kendrick: Gangsta Rap as Self-Care, Healing, Protest, and Revolution" at the LCU Scholar's Colloquium (April 2017)
Co-presented, with students and fellow faculty, a presentation entitled "Black or African American?: The Importance of Language and Identification in Undoing Stereotypes and Promoting Important Conversations about Race" at the LCU Scholar's Colloquium (April 2016)
Presented a creative writing piece entitled "Broken by Silence" at the Conference for College Teachers of English in San Antonio (March 2016)