Tawnya (Ravy) Azar, Ph.D. is a recent graduate of the English department at The George Washington University and current adjunct faculty in the University Writing Program. She is a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and received her M.A. in English at The George Washington University. Azar has been an instructor of composition and literature in higher education since 2009. She also currently works at a private education company for advanced Math and Language Arts classes for K-12. Her research interests include South Asian Literature, Diaspora Studies, Digital Humanities, and Hybrid Pedagogy. She is the creator of the Salman Rushdie Archive . You can follow her @litambitions, LinkedIn, and Academia.edu.
NOVA to Host THATCAMP for Community Colleges – May 23, 2016
PhD Candidate Selected for NEH Summer Institute – May 17, 2015