Adam Henze is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Literacy, Culture and Language Education in the School of Education, and he works as a graduate assistant in the Center on Education and Lifelong Learning at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community. He is the director of Slam Camp: A Performance Poetry Intensive at Indiana University and previously worked as an associate instructor in the Department of English and for the Student Academic Center. Henze makes a living as a performance poet and workshop facilitator, traveling internationally to any literacy space where participants value spoken and written discourse.
Areas of Expertise
Literacy studies, spoken word pedagogy, hip-hop pedagogy, youth literacies, qualitative inquiry, disability studies in education, curriculum and instruction, communication studies.
“Adam Henze puts poetry in motion”: https://www.nuvo.net/arts/written_spoken_word/adam-henze-puts-poetry-in-motion/article_8cda79cf-e096-5ab9-9430-ec1f8c41ea46.html
“AMA: Adam Henze, Official Indy 500 Poet”: http://www.indianapolismonthly.com/maymadness/indy-500-official-poet/
“The Indiana camp where getting slammed is a good thing: BTN LiveBIG”: http://btn.com/2017/08/12/the-indiana-camp-where-getting-slammed-is-a-good-thing-btn-livebig/