During my PhD in Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Louisville, I have taken courses, among others, such as Research in Composition; Composition Theory and Practice; The Rhetoric of US Slavery; Research in Composition; Narrative Theory and Composition; Revision: Theory and Practice; Creative Non-Fiction: Practice and Pedagogy; and Watson Seminar on Literacies and Translingual Composition. My dissertation “Globalizing Literacies and Identities: Translingual and Transcultural Literacy Practices of Bhutanese Refugees in the U.S.” explores issues of identities and literate practices of Bhutanese refugees across various locations, including Bhutan, refugee camps in Nepal, and the U.S.

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