Paul Kei Matsuda

Paul Kei Matsuda

Paul Kei Matsuda is Associate Professor of English at Arizona State University. Matsuda started his career in teaching writing as a peer tutor and has since taught a wide variety of writing courses—first-year writing, first-year writing for multilingual writers, technical writing, persuasive writing, creative nonfiction, persuasive writing, and writing for graduate students. He has also designed and taught cross-cultural sections of first-year writing, which systematically integrated first- and second-language writers to raise their linguistic and cultural awareness while helping them develop advanced literacy. He has directed writing programs at the University of New Hampshire and Arizona State University, and has conducted numerous workshops for writing teachers throughout the United States and in various parts of the world. Cofounding chair of the Symposium on Second Language Writing and the editor of Parlor Press Series on Second Language Writing, Matsuda has edited numerous books and journal special issues and has published widely on issues related to language differences in the writing classroom. Access his Web site at http://matsuda.jslw.org/.

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