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Tabitha Espina

Postdoctoral Teaching Associate in English

Tabitha Espina joins Northeastern University as a Postdoctoral Teaching Associate, having previously taught at University of Guam, Washington State University, and Eastern Oregon University. She has published in Race and Pedagogy Journal, Asian Studies, Humanities Diliman, Pacific Asia Inquiry, Oregon Humanities, Humanities Washington, and Micronesian Educator, with forthcoming publications with College English and NCTE. She has presented her work throughout the US and in nine countries.

 

Espina, Tabitha. “‘Memoria’ with a Friend of Mine: An Interview with Victor Villanueva.” Composition Forum 46 (Spring 2021): n.p. Association of Teachers of Advanced Composition and Pennsylvania State University. 2021. Web. http://compositionforum.com/issue/46/victor-villanueva-interview.php

Velasco, Tabitha Espina. “Engaging Existing and Emergent Experiences: Narratives among Young Filipinas on Guam.” Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice 3.2 (2019): n.p. Race and Pedagogy Initiative and University of Puget Sound. 2019. Web. https://soundideas.pugetsound.edu/rpj/vol3/iss2/2/

Velasco, Tabitha Espina. “Pacific Pilipina in the Ocean of Palouse.” Asian Studies: Critical Perspectives on Asia 53.1 (2017): n.p. University of the Philippines Diliman. 2017. Web. https://www.asj.upd.edu.ph/mediabox/archive/ASJ_53_1_2017/Velasco.pdf

Velasco, Tabitha Espina. “The Ube (‘Roots’) Generation: Identity Formation in the Narratives of First Generation Filipinas on Guam.” Humanities Diliman: A Journal of Philippine Humanities 13.2 (2016): 75-101. Web. https://journals.upd.edu.ph/index.php/humanitiesdiliman/article/view/5162

Velasco, Tabitha Espina. “The Sapin Sapin Generation: Identity Formation in the Narratives of Second Generation Filipinas on Guam.” Pacific Asia Inquiry 5.1 (2014): 80-96. Web. https://www.uog.edu/_resources/files/schools-and-colleges/college-of-liberal-arts-and-social-sciences/pai/pai5-velasco-sapin-sapin-generation.pdf

Velasco, Tabitha Espina. “Revolt(ing) English: Textisms and Literacy for Adolescents.” Micronesian Educator19 (2014): 30-37. Web. https://www.uog.edu/_resources/files/schools-and-colleges/school-of-education/micronesian-educator/Micronesian_Educator_Vol_19.pdf

 

  • Education

    Ph.D. in English Rhetoric and Composition, Washington State University

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