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Rajwan is a new post-doc in the First Year Writing program. Rajwan has a background in teaching English and composition in and beyond the United States. His research interests include social identity, critical discourse analysis, academic writing and transnationalism. This interest led him to write his dissertation on the relationship between high-stakes academic writing and writers' identities in a transnational context. Rajwan is interested in the way writing practices can be influenced by the writers' sense of belonging to places beyond nation-state borders. In the future, Rajwan wants to further explore how writers use their language repertoires as they write in the academic setting and what identities they wish to represent in their texts. Beyond academia, Rajwan enjoys drawing, watching movies and spending time with his family.
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