About Clyde Moneyhun

Dr. Clyde Moneyhun came to the university in 2010 as a professor in the English Department to direct the Boise State Writing Center. Since arriving, he has also taken on the title of Director of Writing Across the Curriculum and is charged with helping departments create and teach writing-intensive courses. He has lived and taught in a variety of locations, including France, Spain and Japan, and his education includes degrees in Comparative Literature, American Literature, and Fiction Writing, and culminated with a Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English from the University of Arizona. Before coming to Boise State, he was the Director of the Hume Writing Center at Stanford University. Dr. Moneyhun has been a prolific writer and a presenter on the national level, and has held professional offices with the Council of Writing Program Administrators (WPA) and the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Recent projects including teaching Hemingway's nonfiction and translating the contemporary Catalan poet, Ponç Pons.


Present Director, Writing Center and Writing Across the Curriculum, Boise State University
Present Associate Professor, Department of English, Boise State University



Research Interests

Rhetoric and Composition, Fiction Writing, and Translation

Honors and Awards

2013: Faculty International Develop Award (FIDA) and 2014: Arts and Humanities Institute Research Fellow, “Found in Translation: Fostering Internalization and Cross-Cultural Understanding through Curricular and Extra-Curricular Activities”

Contact Information

E-mail: clydemoneyhun@boisestate.edu

Articles (8)

Books (3)

Contributions to Books (4)

Translations (10)

Presentations (24)