Harms, Danielle

Teaching Assistant-Doctoral
English - General

Plan: Creative Writing, PhD

Achieved Degree(s):
MFA, Creative Writing, Nonfiction, 2014
BA, English and Political Science, Gustavus Adolphus College, 2009

Selected Publication(s):
Denver Quarterly, Baltimore Review, The Offing, New South, The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review, Juked, River Teeth, Cleaver Magazine, Salon, the Sun Prairie Star Newspaper, Every Second Sunday: An anthology of short stories and poetry from Seoul-based writers, presented by the Seoul Writers Workshop, 2009

Interests:
Creative Nonfiction, personal essay, gender and sexuality, cultural trauma and public memory, writing pedagogy.

Academic Award(s): 
Chancellor's Graduate Student Award, 2019-20, UWM,
Mentor Teaching Award, George Mason University, Spring 2014,
Outstanding Nonfiction Student Award, George Mason University, Spring 2014,
Crab Orchard Review Rafael Torch Literary Nonfiction Award Finalist, 2013

Conference Presentation(s):
“Reading and Fiction Craft Discussion with Lydia Millet, Featuring Panelists Danielle Harms and Cindy Gueli,” hosted by FOLIO Literary Journal of American University, Upshur Street Books, Washington, DC, April 2015,
New Leaves Literary Conference Reading, George Mason University, April 2012,
Writing Center Training Workshop Leader, Herndon Public High School, Nov. 2011,
Panelist, Northern Virginia Writing Tutors Conference, George Mason University, Oct. 2011

Teaching Experience:
College Writing and Research, English 102
Creative Expression and Social Change in Denver, (Inquiry Studies 201),
Community and Culture in Haiti, May Term Intensive Travel Course,
The Metropolis: Sustainability in Denver (Interdisciplinary Studies 360),
Advanced Composition, Writing in the Disciplines (English 302),
First-Year Composition (English 101),
Introduction to Creative Writing (English 396),
Reading and Writing About Texts (English 201)

Professional Website: https://danielle.harmsboone.org