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Sarah Trembath Professorial Lecturer Department of Literature

Degrees
MA, Howard University; BA, Temple University

Favorite Spot on Campus
Battelle Atrium
Book Currently Reading
Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain by Zaretta Hammond
Bio
Sarah Trembath is an editor, writer, and educator. She has been teaching since 1998 and joined the AU faculty in 2014. Her written work has appeared in Radical Teacher, the Santa Fe Writer’s Project Quarterly, the Rumpus, Everyday Feminism, Sally Hemings Dream zine, Azure literary journal, DCist, the Washington Independent Review of Books, 1455 Magazine, VoiceMale, and the Grace in Darkness anthology of DC women writers. She has written two books: It Was the Scarlet that Did It (poems, Moonstone Press, 2019) and This Past Was Waiting for Me (poetry and creative nonfiction, Lazuli Literary Group, in press). She was the 2019 recipient of the American Studies Association’s Gloria Anzaldúa Award for independent scholars for her social justice writing and teaching.

As an educator, Professor Trembath sees her purpose as helping students express critical thinking through writing. She is currently a Dean's DEI Fellow in the College of Arts and Sciences, a member of the Writing Studies Program/Library joint committee on information literacy, and a doctoral candidate in the School of Education's Leadership and Policy Program.
For the Media
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Teaching

Spring 2022

  • AMST-330 Contemporary American Culture: Storytelling in America

  • WRT-101 College Writing Seminar

  • WRT-101 College Writing Seminar

Summer 2022

  • CORE-105 Complex Problems Seminar: Assessing Textbooks for Truth

  • LIT-121 Rethinking Literature: Sources of Self-Regard

Fall 2022

  • LIT-235 African American Lit

  • WRT-101 College Writing Seminar

  • WRT-101 College Writing Seminar