Anne-Marie Womack

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Before joining Rice in 2021, Womack worked as the Director of Writing and Senior Professor of Practice at Tulane University. She is the creator of the award-winning, a website dedicated to inclusive teaching materials.

Her articles appear in College Composition and Communication, Pedagogy, and Composition Forum, among others. In 2016, her co-authored article “Making Disability Part of the Conversation” was recognized as Hybrid Pedagogy’s most read publication of the year. In 2020, she published Reading and Writing for Civic Literacy 3rd edition, co-authored for Routledge Press. Currently, she is working on two projects: a book-length expansion of the Accessible Syllabus project and the co-authored Inclusive Teaching in College Classrooms for Routledge. She regularly gives workshops across the United States on inclusive and accessible teaching, most recently a series for the National Humanities Center. 


Ph.D. Department of English, Texas A&M University, 2011

B.A. English & Psychology (Double Degree), Texas A&M University-Kingsville, 2003

Honors & Awards

Accessibility Ally Award, Goldman Accessibility Center, Tulane University (2021)

Excellent Faculty Mentor, Tulane Undergraduate Student Government (2019

Best Webtext from Kairos: Journal of Computers and Writing (2017)

MERLOT Classics Award for Exemplary Online Learning Resource (2017)

Writing Program Teaching Award, Tulane University (2014)

Association of Former Students Teaching Award, Texas A&M (2011)

Student Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence, Texas A&M (2011)

Writing Programs Award for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching, Texas A&M (2009)

Staley Creswell Graduate Teaching Award, Texas A&M (2008)


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