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Postdoctoral Teaching Associate in English

Jordan Clarke Hayes’s work in literacy studies questions the relation of knowledge to infrastructure, mobility to settlement, and social justice to qualitative methods. His dissertation gathers and amplifies a community of Syrian nationals’ stories of migration and settlement in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Jordan’s commitment to collaborative assessment in first-year writing exemplifies the dialogic orientation informing his research and teaching.

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Byrd, Antonio, Jordan Hayes, and Nicole Turnipseed. “Against Autonomous Literacies: Extending the Work of Brian V. Street: Introduction to the Special Issue.” Literacy in Composition Studies, vol. 8, no. 2, Feb. 2021, p. V – XXI.

https://licsjournal.org/index.php/LiCS/article/view/862

Hayes, Jordan Clarke. “Trajectories of Belonging and Enduring Technologies: 2G Devices and Syrian Refugees in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.” The European Journal of Communication. Special Issue: Media and Forced Migration, Dec. 2019, pp. 661–670.

https://doi-org.ezproxy.neu.edu/10.1177/0267323119886168

Hayes, Jordan Clarke. “Upon the Walls of the UN Camp: Situated Intersectionality, Trajectories of Belonging, and Built Environment Among Syrian Refugees in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.” The Journal of Intersectionality, vol. 2, no. 2, Pluto Journals, 2018, pp. 61–103.

https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.13169/jinte.2.2.0059

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