PhD in English Student
513 Denney Hall
164 Annie and John Glenn Ave, Columbus, OH 43210
Areas of Expertise
- Rhetoric, Composition and Literacy
- Writing Program Administration
- Writing Pedagogies
- MA, Rhetoric, Writing and Culture, Oregon State University, 2018
- BA, Communication Studies, Whitworth University, 2016
Addison Koneval is a PhD candidate in the Rhetoric, Composition and Literacy program. Her research interests include accessibility, equity and social justice in writing program administration and composition pedagogies. Her dissertation, "Embracing Linguistic Justice in Writing Pedagogies: Collaboratively Developing Responsible Grammar Instruction across the Curriculum," examines language ideology in the teaching of writing by interrogating and re-envisioning contemporary models of grammar pedagogy through a socially just lens. Her research is motivated by her experiences as a teacher-scholar.
Addison has taught courses including first-year writing, second-year writing, business writing and introduction to disability studies. During her time at both her master’s institution and at Ohio State, she has gained valuable experience in writing program administration through her work with First-Year Writing, Writing Intensive Curriculum/Writing Across the Curriculum and Professional Writing. While at the university, she has had the opportunity to serve as a graduate researcher to Professor Kay Halasek (2019-2020) and a grader for the Department of Pharmacy’s second-year writing course (2021-2022). Addison is currently serving as the graduate teaching associate for the minor in professional writing (2022-2023).
- Gavin P. Johnson, Melissa Guadrón, Keira Hambrick, Yanar Hashlamon, Addison Koneval, & Christa Teston. “Responding to the Investigative Pivots of Rhetoric Research.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly, vol. 51, no. 5, 2021, pp. 407-421.
- Kay Halasek, Susan Lang, & Addison Koneval. "The Methods Course as Access Point: Encouraging Independent Empirical Undergraduate Research in Writing, Rhetoric, and Literacy Studies." Pedagogy, vol. 22, no. 1, 2022, pp. 99-119.
- “Review of Partnering with Immigrant Communities: Action through Literacy.” Community Literacy Journal, vol. 13, no. 2, 2020, pp. 147-151.
- “Constructing Corvallis: Assembling Identity Through Competing Vibrancies.” Assembling Oregon: Material Rhetoric in the Northwest, ed. Ehren Pflugfelder. 2018.