“The Post-Pandemic University: Where Do We Go from Here?”
Deborah Mutnick is professor of English at Long Island University’s Brooklyn campus. She is author of Writing in an Alien World: Basic Writing and the Struggle for Equality in Higher Education (Boyton/Cook 1996) and coeditor of Writing Democracy: The Political Turn in and Beyone the Trump Era (Routledge 2019) and The City Is an Ecosystem: Sustainable Education, Policy, and Practice (Routledge 2022). Her work has appeared in journals, including College English, College Composition and Communication, Rhetoric Review, and Community Literacy Journal, as well as several edited volumes. Currently, she is completing a book about the enduring relevance of Richard Wright’s life and work to 21st century America and the wider world that became his second home.