• Paul Feigenbaum is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at Florida International University and co-editor of the Community Literacy Journal. He is currently Director of Project THINC: Teaching Humanities in the New Context, a Mellon-funded grant to facilitate curricular development and scholarship for Humanities faculty at FIU. Prior to completing his PhD at the University of Michigan, he taught English in Uzbekistan through the Peace Corps, and he has participated in community-writing projects in various schools, prisons, and neighborhoods in Detroit, Miami, and a village near Leon, Nicaragua.

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  • Paul Feigenbaum's research, teaching, and engagement interests include community literacy, justice entrepreneurship, and the intersections between rhetoric and psychology. His scholarship has appeared in journals including College English, the Community Literacy Journal, Reflections, and Composition Forum. His first book, Collaborative Imagination: Earning Activism through Literacy Education, was published by Southern Illinois University Press in 2015.

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  • Paul Thomas Feigenbaum


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