multilingual education, composition, public rhetoric, qualitative research
James Savage is a term assistant professor who received his MFA in fiction from George Mason in 2005 and his MA in liberal arts from St. John's College in 2009. He is currently teaching international graduate students as part of the joint venture between George Mason University and INTO Mason and pursuing a PhD in writing and rhetoric.
ENGH 121/122: Enhanced Composition for Multilingual Writers of English
ENGH 100: Composition for Nonnative Speakers of English
EAP 507: Graduate Communications in the Disciplines
BA, University of Michigan, 1996
MFA, George Mason University, 2005
MA, St. John's College, 2009
Doetsch-Kidder, S., Habib, A., Mallet, K., Namubiru, E., & Savage, J. (2016). Reading and writing for complexity: Using key concepts and key terms to engage multilingual and other learners in scholarly conversations. Interactive session presented at the 2016 Innovations in Teaching & Learning Conference: Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.