Dr. Becky Gesteland, Professor of EnglishTeaching and Research Interests:
- Women's autobiographical writing;
- Late-19th/Early-20th Century American Studies;
- Content management and XML;
- service learning in technical writing.
- MENG 6240 Immigration in Late 19th-Early 20th Century American Literature
- MENG 6240 The Frontier in American Literature
- ENGL 4530 American Literature: Realism to Naturalism
- ENGL 4520 American Literature: Early to Romantic
- ENGL 4110 Content Management
- ENGL 4100 Grant Writing
- ENGL 2100 Technical Writing – Community-Based Learning
Publications and Presentations:
- (2008). Why we should teach XML: An argument for technical acuity. In G. Pullman & B. Gu (Eds.), Content Management: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice. Amityville, NY: Baywood Press, 73-85.
- (2007). With Shelley Thomas. Skills and literacies for the 21st Century: Assessing an undergraduate professional and technical writing program.Technical Communication, 54(4), 412-423.
- (2007). Beyond death: A conversation with Alice Sebold. Weber: The Contemporary West. 24(1), 62-70.
- (2007). How to teach XML: A brief tutorial. Intercom: The Magazine of the Society for Technical Communication. April: 20-21, 29.
- (2010). Discussion Leader. “For the Love of Adventure” Book Discussion. Utah Humanities Council. Pleasant Valley Library. South Ogden, UT.
- (2009). General Studies Convocation Speech. Weber State University.
- (2007). XML: A brief tutorial. Professional development meeting. STC Intermountain Chapter. Weber State University – Davis.
(forthcoming). On Education, Historical Gaps, and Imaginative Empathy A Conversation with Geraldine Brooks. Weber: The Contemporary West. Fall 2013, 46-59.