Curtis Hisayasu

Curtis comes to Northwest from the University of Washington, where he served as an instructor of the Robinson Center’s Transition School/Early Entrance Program for 10 years. While there, Curtis developed a series of courses designed to prepare young students for college-level humanities courses and introduce them to critical, interdisciplinary conversations about nationalism, racialization, and cultural politics. Curtis holds a Ph.D. in English literature from the University of Washington.

In his application, Curtis wrote, “I am eager to take on a position that will challenge me to take my teaching in different directions, for different student populations. And I’m excited for the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with a diverse community of fellow teachers.”

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