Part-Time Lecturer in English; Assistant Coordinator of the OWU Writing Center
- B.A., University of Dayton
- M.A., Pacifica Graduate Institute
- Ph.D., Pacifica Graduate Institute
Sarah Graves is the Assistant Coordinator of the OWU Writing Center and a part-time lecturer in the English Department. She completed her graduate studies in mythology with a concentration in depth psychology.
She has taught courses in medieval literature, young adult literature, world religions, philosophy, writing for business, first-year writing, and The OWU Experience. Her areas of academic interest include creative and nonfiction writing, children’s and young adult literature, and popular culture.
She’s presented several papers focused on exploring fantasy and science-fiction stories through a mythic lens at regional and national conferences.
Sarah is also a writer of both fiction and nonfiction. Her fiction writing focuses on children’s and young adult stories, which includes a forthcoming picture book she co-wrote with her then six-year-old son.
Her nonfiction writing focuses on education, personal finance, health and wellness, parenting, and creative entrepreneurship, and has appeared in various online and print publications. She’s currently at work on a book about the college experience.