Mark Brantner is a Clinical Associate Professor of the Writing Program at NYU Shanghai. Prior to joining the University, Brantner served as the Director of the Writing Center, and as a senior lecturer, at the National University of Singapore. He has presented at a number of international and national conferences at various university and events including: Sciences Po International Teaching and Learning Workshop, Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference, and the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Brantner’s teaching experience includes instruction at various levels of university teaching--including graduate and undergraduate seminars, writing workshops, writing intensive courses, and undergraduate courses in writing and literature.
"Writing on the Wall: Teaching Translingualism through Linguistic Landscapes." Practical Pegagogies: Engaging Domestic and International Students in Translingual & Translocal Writing. Ed. Suzanne Blum Malley, Alanna Frost, and Julia Kiernan. Columbus, OH: Computers and Composition Digital Press (forthcoming)
Brantner, Mark, Alanna Frost, and Suzanne Blum Malley. "The Translanguaging Conversation: A Dialogic Review." Composition Studies 44.1 (2016): 151-159
"I Hear Dead People: Voices and Reading." Ed. Jeremy Fernando. On Reading; form, fictionality, friendship. New York: Atropos Press, 2012.