Title: Special Lecturer
Office: 147A O'Dowd Hall
Phone: (248) 370-4130
Fax: (248) 370-2748
Christina Moore earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in English at Oakland University. During her master's programs she worked with the English department as a graduate assistant. Her Harlem Renaissance paper "Traditional Rebirth: The Significance of the Epistolary Genre" is in its third round of review with the African American Review.
She uses class Facebook pages to share research information, continue class discussions, pose informal questions, and complete writing assignments. She is the Social Media Mentor with the department's tech team.
B.A, English, Oakland University
M.A. English, Oakland University
"Traditional Rebirth: The Significance of the Epistolary Genre in When Washington Was in Vogue" scheduled to publish in the African American Review Vol. 45.1.
Collaborating with OU faculty on a research project studying student understanding of voice in writing and social media's impact on this understanding.
Christina Moore teaches WRT 102, WRT 150, WRT 160.
She has been teaching at OU since 2010.