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DiGiacomo, Mark

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Mark DiGiacomo
Title: Assistant Teaching Professor, Director, Graduate Writing Program
Email: mark.digiacomo@rutgers.edu
CV: Mark_DiGiacomo_CV_October_2018.docx
Office/Office Hours: 43 Mine St Room 204
About: Mark DiGiacomo directs the Graduate Writing Program. He has a PhD in English from Rutgers, where he was a CCA fellow and a Mellon fellow. His writing has appeared in Modernism/modernity and Comparative Literature Studies. In addition to his scholarship, he has worked at an academic science journal and in the health nonprofit field. He is at work on a book entitled Resistant Forms: African Art and the Making of Literary Modernism as well as a writing guide for graduate students across the disciplines.
Awards: Rutgers Writing Program Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2016 Mellon Foundation Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 2013-2014 Rutgers English Department Summer Research Grant, 2013 Edward Kassakian Award, 2013-2015 Rutgers Graduate School-New Brunswick Conference Travel Grant, 2013 Rutgers University Center for Cultural Analysis Fellowship, 2012-2013 Mellon Foundation Summer Grant, 2012 Rutgers English Department Mellon Summer Travel Grant, 2012 Rutgers English Department Conference Travel Grant, 2012 Graduate Fellowship, Rutgers English Department, 2011-2012 Mellon Foundation Summer Grant, 2011 Rutgers English Department Mellon Summer Travel Grant, 2011 Rutgers English Department Symposium Award, 2011 Phi Beta Kappa, 2001
Education: PhD, English, Rutgers (2014) MA, English, University of Sussex (2005) BA, International Affairs, The George Washington University (2003)
Courses Taught: Writing the Dissertation: Writing for Publication Graduate Writing Expository Writing Basic Composition Basic Composition with Reading Exposition and Argument Research in the Disciplines

markjd@english.rutgers.edu