|Name:||Dr. Joseph Zeppetello|
|Title:||Senior Professional Lecturer|
|Office Location:||Fontaine 327|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2593|
B.A. SUNY at Oswego
Joseph Zeppetello was awarded a teaching fellowship at The State University of New York University Center at Albany where he was assigned to William L Reese and was Teaching Assistant for the first Writing Intensive Introduction to Philosophy Course at Albany. He worked closely with Cy Knoblauch, Lil Brannon and Steve North at the inception of the SUNY Albany Writing Center, and was part of a research study conducted by Steve North. He was awarded another teaching fellowship to study for his doctorate under Naomi Zack, and completed a cross-disciplinary DA degree in Composition Studies and Philosophy. He has published fiction and nonfiction, and has eclectic writing interests ranging from academic essays to novels, to short stories, along with a keen interest in photography. He is presently working on another novel and a collection of short stories.
Composition and Rhetoric, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Facebook page for Daring to Eat A Peach, a Novel
Publisher’s page for Daring to Eat A Peach, a Novel
“Radios and Rockets,” a short story
“The Sacrament,” a short story
“Richard,” a short story
“The Train to Viareggio, an Ode” a short story
“Accidentally Online,” an essay
Summer 2012, “Making Learning Work: Three Strategies for Introducing Composition Theory to Undergraduates.” Kansas English.
Spring 2012, “Accidentally Online: Working with Hybrid Classes.” Faculty Resources Network: Emerging Pedagogies for the New Millennium. New York University.
June 2006, “(Mis) Conceptions: Pedagogical Labor and Learning Enhancement Programs,” Labor, Writing Technologies, and the Shaping of Composition in the Academy. Takayoshi and Sullivan, Eds. Hampton Press.
“Margaret Drabble,” Modern British Women Writers, an A-Z Guide. Janik and Janik, Eds. Greenwood Press: CT. 2002.
Spring 2001 “Great and Not So Great Expectations; Tutor training in a Writing Center,” The Writing Lab Newsletter, Purdue University, IN.
December 2012, “The Train to Viareggio, an Ode,” The Original Van Gogh’s Ear
November 2010, Daring to Eat A Peach: a Novel, Atticus Books, MD.
March 2010, “The Sacrament,” Atticus Books online.
April 2010, “Richard,” and “Radios and Rockets,” Atticus Books, online.
February 2007, “Fishing Trip,” Copper Nickel, #7
Spring 2002, “Spring Rain,” Bone and Flesh #17, Concord, NH.
|Conferences & Workshops:||
March 16, 2005 �Writing Centers: Gateway to Diversity,� Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, CA.
National Council of Teachers of English,
June 2012, Edith Wharton in Florence Conference. “Lily Bart and Undine Spragg sister Outsiders.” Florence, Italy.
November 2011, Faculty Resource Network, Emerging Pedagogies for the New Millennium. New York University, “Accidentally Online,” San Juan, Puerto Rico.
February 7, 2011, Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Washington, D.C. read a shortened version of Chapter 12 of my novel, Daring to Eat A Peach.
September 10 - 11, 2009, Invitational Symposium from McGraw-Hill on Freshman Composition from in Phoenix AZ.
April 20, 2010, “First-Year Writing Remix: New Tunes from an Old Song,” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY.
April 3, 2008 Conference on College Composition and Communication part of a panel entitled, Imagining Realities: Teaching Composition Theory to Undergraduates. My presentation was “Who’s Talking? Whose Reality?” with Dr. Angela Laflen and Dr. Joshua Kotzin. New Orleans, LA.
November 17-18, 2006, “Cross-Cultural Perspectives and the Education of Millennial Students,” at Faculty Resource Network, New York University, The Millennial Student Symposium, University of Sacred Heart and the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
November 17-18, 2006, �Cross-Cultural Perspectives and the Education of Millennial Students,� at Faculty Resource Network, New York University, The Millennial Student Symposium, University of Sacred Heart and the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, San Juan, Puerto Rico.