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Charles Grimm
Charles Grimm
Charles Grimm
Job TitleAssistant Professor - English
DepartmentSchool of Humanities
OfficeCartersville Building A 327
Phone(678) 872-8472
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Office Hours

Day of Week Start Time End Time
Monday 12:30 PM 1:30 PM
Tuesday 9:30 AM 10:30 AM
Wednesday 12:30 PM 2:30 PM
Thursday 9:30 AM 11:30 AM

Other hours are available by appointment.


BA English, Faulkner University, 2005

MA English, University of Alabama Huntsville, 2014

PhD English Rhetoric and Composition, Georgia State University, 2022


Literacy Studies, Fairy Tales, Cooking, Mandarin Chinese, Badminton, and Religion

Curriculum Vitae

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Additional Information

My composition courses focus on composition in traditional academic writing and digital literacies. The focus is always on clarity for your audience, and we discuss the basics of grammar, composition, and reader-based prose. To see some of the digital literacy projects from my English composition 1, visit @FreeChasGrumm to see literacy-based social media campaigns. 


"Compassion and Social Justice: What We Can Learn from Sixteen Teachers Teaching." Review Essay of Sixteen Teachers Teaching, edited by Patrick Sullivan, Writing Program Administration, vol. 45, no. 1, 202. Pages TBD.

“TYCA 2019: Digital Literacy and Technology to Support Student Success.” TYCA Panel Review published in the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative CCCC19 Panel Reviews. Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, 5 April 2019.

“‘I Got Accepted!’: the Psychic Toll of Leaving Relationships in the Writing Center.” The Peer Review, vol. 2, no. 1, 2018.

“Bots or Ghosts? Ethical Considerations of Bots as Ghostwriters.” Paper published in the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative blog carnival on Rhetorics and Ethics of Smart Technologies and Artificial Intelligence. Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, 13 April 2018.

“Writing as Process: Synchronous and Asynchronous Feedback in Remote Tutoring.” Paper published in the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative blog carnival on Digital Writing in K-12 Communities. Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, October 19, 2015.

“Chinese Zombies in the Composition Classroom” Paper published in the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative blog carnival on MultiModal/MultiLingual Composition Classrooms. Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, November 20, 2014.