College of Arts, Sciences and Education
Adjunct Instructor Level 1 - Flint
English, Literature, and World Languages
Phone: (989) 225-1760
Email: [email protected]
- MA, Central MI University, English Language & Literature
Hoover, J. (Presenter), Alliance for Excellence in Online Education Symposium, “Beyond the Classroom Space: Virtual Tutoring Best Practices and Strategies,” Troy Campus of Walsh College, Troy Campus of Walsh College, (April 12, 2019).
Hoover, J. (Presenter), Methodologies and Methods Conference, “Pedagogical Tools to Bring Awareness of Rhetorical Sovereignty in American Indian Literature: Teaching Survivance and Promoting Alliance through Code Switching and Translation in the Writing Classroom,” Rhetoric Society of Illinois, Normal, IL, (April 28, 2017).
Hoover, J. (Presenter), MMLA Annual Convention, “Rhetorical Sovereignty in Written Poetry: Survivance through Code Switching and Translation in Laura Tohe’s Tséyi' / Deep in the Rock: Reflections on Canyon de Chelly. Midwest Modern Language Association. Literature, Language, and Culture," MMLA Annual Convention, Hilton Milwaukee City Center in Milwaukee, WI, (November 7, 2013).
Hoover, J. (Presenter), Native American & Indigenous Studies Conference (NAISA). 4th Annual Meeting, "I Once Climbed into a Second Tongue and It Made Room for Me’: Code Switching and Translation in the Multiethnic Poetry of Laura Tohe and Julia Alvarez.” University of Massachusetts – Boston. Mohegan Sun Resort, Uncaseville, CT, (June 3, 2012).
Hoover, J. (Presenter), Midwestern Conference on Literature, Language, and Media (MCLLM), “I had an opportunity to look at myself. I looked terrible. I did not resemble myself’: Women’s Appearances and Concepts of Beauty in Sara Nomberg-Przytyk’s Auschwitz and Olga Lengyel’s Five Chimneys.” Northern Illinois University, Illinois, (March 20, 2012).
Hoover, J. (Presenter), 33rd Annual Southwest Texas Popular American Culture Conference, “Until I can take pride in my language, I cannot take pride in myself’: Code Switching and Translation in Laura Tohe’s Tséyi' / Deep in the Rock: Reflections on Canyon de Chelly.” (SWTPCA), Hyatt Regency – Albuquerque, NM, (February 8, 2012).
Hoover, J. (Presenter), Crossroads in English Studies: Intersections and New Directions Conference, “I Work Hard to Build a Community of Responsible Learners”: Integrating Multiethnic Literature into the First-Year Composition Classroom.” Illinois State University, Illinois, (February 18, 2011).