Tawnya (Ravy) Azar is an Assistant Director of Composition at George Mason University. She is a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and received her M.A. and PhD. in English at The George Washington University. Azar has been an instructor of composition and literature in higher education since 2009. Her research interests include Digital Literary Culture Studies, the Digital Divide, and Digital Composition. She is the creator of the Salman Rushdie Archive. You can follow her work @Mastadon, LinkedIn, GoogleScholar, Substack, and ORCID: ORCID iD iconhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-3627-3230


Students Push to Bridge the Digital Divide, Access to Literacy 2021

Seeds of Change: Community Engagement Medallion Recipients and Award Nominees 2021

“Teaching Towards the Future” Composition Faculty Contributions to ITL 2020

NOVA to Host THATCAMP for Community Colleges – May 23, 2016

PhD Candidate Selected for NEH Summer Institute – May 17, 2015

Graduate Student Wins Prestigious Fellowship – March 28, 2013

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