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 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.
Response to Doug Hesse's "The Place of Creative Writing in Composition Studies", College Composition and Communication (2012)
Many thanks to Doug Hesse for “The Place of Creative Writing in Composition Studies” (CCC...
"The Invitation to Creativity", College Composition and Communication (2012)
Performance Evaluation as Faculty Development, WPA: Writing Program Administration (2010)
The article discusses the importance of performance evaluation in faculty development. It cites possible outcomes...
"Believing, Doubting, Deciding, Acting", Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (2010)
Response to the WPA Outcomes Statement for First-Year Composition, WPA: Writing Program Administration (1999)
Contributions to Books
Literary Texts as Primers in Meaning-Making, Integrating Literature and Writing Instruction in First-Year English (2008)
"Less Is More in Response to Student Writing", Strategies for Teaching First-Year Composition (2002)
"Gramsci", Encyclopedia of Rhetoric (1996)
"'Not Just Plain English': Teaching Critical Reading with I, Rigoberta Menchu", Teaching and Testimony: Rigoberta Menchu in the North American Classroom (1996)
Translations of "Obituary" and "Palinurus" by the contemporary Catalan poet Ponç Pons. "lyrikline.org is the...
"Abscondita Lectio, "Crepusculario," Summer's Rain," "Palinurus," and "Roser," five poems by by Ponç Pons, Notre Dame Review. (2012)
Seven poems by the contemporary Catalan poet Ponç Pons.
“To Poetry," a poem by Ponç Pons, Best of "Ghosts and Projections," Boise ID, Ghosts and Projectons, 14-15. (2011)
Living Languages: Contexts for Reading and Writing (with Nancy Buffington and Marvin Diogenes) (1996)
A Heart of Winter (with Mark Caprio) (1991)
Translation of Yuki-no Arubamu by contemporary Japanese novelist Miura Ayako
Nuances of Translating Medieval Romance-Language Poets (with Samuel Rosenberg and Jeannette Rogers), 36th Annual Conference of the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) (2013)
We translate medieval Romance-language poets including the French trouvère Mahieu le Juif, Occitan troubadours Bernart...
Hemingway's Politics in His Journalism and Fiction, a Continuum of Contradiction (with Clay Morgan, Jacky O'Conner, and Mitch Wieland), 4th Annual Ernest Hemingway Symposium (2012)
Introduction by Clay Morgan. A conversation with distinguished Hemingway experts, authors, and faculty members of...
Translating Living Writers (with Christopher Burawa and Cynthia Hogue), 35th Annual Conference of the American Literary Translators Association (2012)
‘L’èxstasi diví’: Ramon Llull and the Mystic Beauty of the Word, Annual Meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America (2012)