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Shenai Alonge-Moore has spent much of her academic time with composition studies, African American and post-colonial literatures, and Hebrew narrative. Though her favorite courses to teach are freshman composition courses, she also greatly enjoys teaching African American Literature, Multicultural Literature, and Technical Writing. Her other interests include the studies of race and ethnicity, language, rap music, and dystopian literature.
Ms. Alonge-Moore teaches Composition (ENG 1301), Composition and Literature (ENG 1302), Masterpieces of Literature (ENG 2301), Technical Writing (ENG 3308), African American Literature (ENG 3321), and Multicultural Literature (ENG 4301).
“From Black Power to Black Lives Matter: Using Rita Williams-Garcia’s One Crazy Summer to Navigate Intergenerational Tensions of the Civil Rights Movements(s). The Looking Glass: New Perspectives on Children’s Literature 22.1 (2019): 47-52.
Review of Class in the Composition Classroom: Pedagogy and the Working Class, edited by Genesea M. Carter and William H. Thelin. Education Review. January 2019.
Review of Chasing Literacy: Reading and Writing in an Age of Acceleration, by Daniel Keller.
Education Review. November 2014.
Second Editor. Smith, Loud A. Mesus: Part One. Beverly Hills: Jock and Lola, 2014.
Editor. Burgess, Erick D. Darker Than Night. Montreal: MuseItUp, 2012.
Editor. Burgess, Erick D. Mask of Shadows. Huntsville, AL: Astraea, 2012.
Panelist. “Teaching Old Wisdom to New Minds.” Christian Scholar’s Conference: Pursuing Wisdom. Lubbock, TX: June 5-7, 2019.
Presenter. “Broken by Silence.” CCTE in San Antonio, TX, March 2016.
Co-presenter. “New Energy in Online Library Instruction.” with Maribel Castro and Paula Gannaway at Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) in Houston, TX, December 2015.
Presenter. “From Black Power to Black Lives Matter: The Intergenerational Struggle for Freedom in One Crazy Summer.” Christian Scholars Conference at Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX, June 2015.
Presenter. “Letting the Dead Bury the Dead.” CCTE, Lubbock Christian University, February 2014.
Presenter. “Teaching them to Fish: Using Inter-teach Methods in the Composition Classroom.” CCTE at Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX, February 2013.
Presenter. “Oppression, Desperation, and Salvation: A Gospel Reading of The Guardians.” CCTE at Texas Wesleyan University, Ft. Worth, TX, March 2012.
Presenter. “Rahab as Reconciler between God and Israel.” Christian Scholar’s Conference at Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN, June 2012.