Isaac K. Wang


As a scholar, I work at the intersection of writing program and writing center administration, composition and race, and Indigenous rhetorics. My goal is to help composition practitioners incorporate place-based and Indigenous knowledges and methodologies into practice. My work has been featured in Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, The Peer Review, and Journal of Teaching Writing.

My current projects address 1) supporting inclusion through critically analyzing race in writing center and writing program administration, 2) developing pedagogies that support Indigenous and minority writers, 3) preventing erasure of minority voices by emergent writing technologies, and 4) theorizing a rhetoric of love.

Areas of Interest

Indigenous Rhetorics; Writing Center & Writing Program Administration; Empirical Methods & Methodologies in Composition; AI Writing; Decolonial Pedagogies; Rhetorics of Love


Doctor of Philosophy ▪ English, concentration in Rhetoric and Composition   

Purdue University  ▪ West Lafayette, IN             


Master of Arts ▪ English, concentration in Rhetoric and Composition

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa ▪ Honolulu, HI        


Bachelor of Arts ▪ English

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa ▪ Honolulu, HI       



Spring Semester 2024
  • ENG-306: Argumentative Writing
  • ENG-405: Teaching Composition

Fall Semester 2023
  • ENG-306: Argumentative Writing