Lucas Corcoran is currently a doctoral candidate at The Graduate Center, CUNY, where he completing his dissertation, Translingual Rhetoric. Lucas’s research is focused rhetoric, sociolinguistics, and bilingualism. At Eugene Lang, he has taught writing courses on performativity, existentialism, and authenticity. His most recent publications are “Languaging 101: Translingual Practices for the Translingual Realities of the SEEK Composition Classroom” for the Journal of Basic Writing (36.2) and “Translingualism and ALP: A rhetorical Model for Bordered Latinx Writers” for Bordered Writers: Latinx Identities and Literacy Practices at Hispanic-Serving Institutions (SUNY Press).
B.A., The Citiy College of New York, CUNY
M.Phil., The Graduate Center, CUNY
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