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Luke A Hingtgen joined the Texas A&M University at Qatar faculty in September 2018 as a visiting lecturer in the Liberal Arts department. He has instructed and tutored writing, rhetoric, philosophy, musicology, and ESL, at a variety of universities and literacy centers in the U.S. over the past several years. Areas of interest include:
- Critical Theory
- Modern Poetics
- Agrarian Studies
- Political Economy
- Critical Musicology
MA in Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse with a Masters Certificate in TESOL, DePaul University, 2016
BA in Music and Philosophy, North Park University, 2010
Visiting Lecturer in Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University at Qatar, 2018-present
English Instructor and Professional Writing Tutor, Harold Washington College, 2014-2018
Writing Center Professional Tutor, Madison College, 2016-2018
ESL Instructor, Literacy Network, Madison, WI, 2017-2018
Hingtgen, L. (2015). “Stories of Champions.” Edge Effects Magazine.
Hingtgen, L. (2014) “Review: “The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food.”
Edge Effects Magazine.
Hingtgen, L. (2017) “The Invisible Labor of Good Farming: a political economy of new agrarian discourse.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, MA.
Hingtgen, L. (2017) “Rhetorical Constructions of Farm Labor and Agrarian Desire in Wisconsin Organic Agriculture: an inquiry into practices and ideologies.” The Center for Culture, History and Environment Graduate Symposium, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
Hingtgen, L. (2011) “Collaboration as Reformation: writing center pedagogy for new writers.” The Chicagoland/Midwest Writing Center Conference: A Celebration of Writing Centers:
Where Activism, Community, and Diversity Meet, Chicago, IL.