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DegreesBrandeis University, Ph.D.
California State University-Chico, M.A.
California State University-Chico, B.A.
ExpertiseComposition Instruction and Pedagogy; Nineteenth-century American Literature and Culture
ProfileScott Moore earned B.A. and M.A. degrees in English from California State University, Chico, where he taught courses in literature, composition, and rhetoric in writing. During his stay in Northern California, he also spent time as a writing tutor, and worked as a technical writer for the CSU Research Foundation. Scott received his Ph.D. in English from Brandeis in August 2013; his dissertation analyzed the failure of meritocracy in nineteenth-century U.S. literature.
Scott currently teaches as a Post-Doctorate Lecturer of Writing for the English Department at Brandeis University. He is TESOL certified, teaches Analytical Writing in the international Gateway Scholars Program during the summer term, and has designed composition courses around topics such as the frontier in the American imaginary, and the manifestation of aristocracy in American literature and culture.
|ESL||1a||Critical Reading and Analytical Writing|
|UWS||23b||Moving On Up: Fictions of Merit and Mobility|
Awards and Honors
Brandeis English Department Post-Doc Writing Instructorship (2015 - 2017)
Moore, Scott Edward. "“Jesse James ‘Gone So Wrong’: Cycling Western Confinement in The Assassination.”." 47th Annual NeMLA Convention., Hartford, Connecticut. March, 2016.