Liz Rohan (Ph.D., Illinois) teaches first year Composition, Advanced Composition, Creative Writing, Reading and Writing Young Adult Fiction and other upper division writing courses. Her research interests are technologies and writing, gender and writing, feminist research methodologies, literacy studies and creative nonfiction/life writing. Almost all of her scholarship is historical and features groups and individuals using writing for work or identity formation in America at the turn of the last century. Two of these articles won national awards. She has just co-edited a book, Beyond the Archives: Research as a Lived Process, with Gesa Kirsch (Southern Illinois University Press).