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Anna Sicari

Anna Sicari

Assistant Professor

Address: Student Union 440
Phone: 405-744-9365


PhD, St. John's University
BA, George Washington University


Areas of Interest & Expertise
  • Writing Center Theory and Pedagogy

  • Feminist Research Methods

  • Feminist Theory

  • Composition Theory and Pedagogy

  • Qualitative Research

  • Writing Program Administration

Selected Publications
  • Out in the Center: Public Controversies and Private Struggles. Utah State University Press, forthcoming Spring 2018.

  • "Everyday Truths: Reflections from a Woman Writing Center Professional." Out in the Center. Utah UniversityPress, forthcoming Spring 2018.

  • Review Essay of The Working Lives of New Writing Center DirectorsThe Writing Center Journal 36.2. forthcoming Spring 2018.

Selected Conference Presentations
  • "Promoting Meaningful Writing in Our Writing Centers," at IWCA. Chicago, IL. November 11, 2017.

  • "When the Secret is Out in the Center: Interrogating Private Struggles through Public Controversies," at IWCA. Chicago, IL. November 11, 2017.

  • "The Aim of Out in the Center: Cultivating Change through Public Controversies and Private Struggles," at CCCC. Portland, OR. March 16, 2017.

  • "Decolonizing Research," at IWCA. Denver, CO. October 14, 2016.

  • "Feminist Action for Women Writing Program Administratiors: Movements for Change in the Academy," at CCCC. Houston, TX. April 8, 2016.

  • "From Research Questions to Results: The Publication Pipeline," at IWCA Collaborative at CCCCs. Houston, TX. April 6, 2016.

Awards and Recognition

  • Associate Editor, The Writing Center Journal

  • IWCA Representative, International Writing Centers Association

Current Research

"'You're Just Kind of Chillin': The Same Old Story: Invisibility, Voice, and Authority in the Feminized Field of Writing Centers"

"Head Pats, Giant Boobs, and Looking on Fleek: Embodied Experiences of Women Writing Program Administrators"

Our Body of Works: Embodied Teaching and Administration in Writing Studies

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