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Ashar Foley

Ashar Foley

Contact
afoley14@fordham.edu
(212)636-7578

Location
Martino Hall, Room 707

Education

Degree in Comparative Literature from Stony Brook University

Biography and Research Interests

Ashar Foley is interested in issues of Composition Pedagogy, particularly for underserved student populations, labor history, and questions of (food) consumption and identity on YouTube.  Other commitments include Chief Stewardship of Fordham Faculty United for Lincoln Center Campus, literacy tutoring, and community food co op organizing.

Selected Publications

Writing through the Rhetorical Modes. OpenLab, 21 Dec. 2017. https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/fyw-oer-eng-1101-rhetorical-modes/.

  • This textbook is a web-based publication currently in use by the City University of New York College of Technology's First-Year Writing program. It is a collaborative and living document. I will attach a pdf version of the "book," which includes my introductory essay and "Questions for Reading and Discussion" sections.

Pierre-Antoine Chardel, Robert Harvey, and Hélène Volat. "Un Patriot Act à la française? ou les inquiétantes résonances d'une loi." Lignes nº 48 (octobre 2015): 105-124.

“The Unruly Rules of the Game: Writing Game and Writing Practice in George Gissing’s New Grub Street.” Antae: A Postgraduate Journal on the Interspaces of English Studies.  2.3.  2015.

Courses Taught

Film History, City and Film, Ethical Issues in Media, Fundamentals of Communication and Media Studies