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Although a new joint appointment with the Center, she has long been teaching the undergraduate Feminist Theory and the graduate Feminist Theory: Foundations for the Center. She also offers seminars on feminism and psychoanalysis, assists with student advising, and serves on MA committees. View Full Profile.
Rebecca S. Julia S. James V. He received a B. Cummins has been curator of the Elliston Poetry Collection at the University of Cincinnati since , where he is also Professor of English. He lives in Cincinnati with his wife, Maureen Bloomfield, a poet and art critic, and their two daughters, Katherine and Margaret. John P.
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He began teaching at the University of Cincinnati in He has won the Bernard F. He has published over 40 essays on composition in journals and collections. Birkenstein and G. Graff W. Newell and J. Newell Christopher-Gordon, He teaches courses in writing, composition pedagogy and research, and English linguistics.
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She has written numerous book chapters and articles in scholarly journals and the popular press. Areas of expertise and current research: Dziech writes about higher education, interdisciplinary teaching and learning, gender, and sexual harassment. She does occasional consulting on behalf of students in higher education. She is interested in creating and teaching innovative interdisciplinary courses that employ literature and film to enlighten students about contemporary issues and topics.
Grace A. Her research and teaching interests include 20th and 21st century American literature, comparative ethnicity, diasporic and transnational studies, Jewish studies, gender and sexuality, digital humanities, and comics and the graphic novel. She is also begining two new scholarly projects--one on mourning in the digital era and the other on race and ethnicity in visual culture and comics.
In addition to her scholarly work, she writes essays, short fiction, and cultural criticism, and is working to expand one of her published narrative non-fiction pieces into a full-length manuscript, entitled A Pocket-Sized Dictionary of Loss. Since he has been a Fellow of the Graduate School.
Kristen Iversen Dr. See www. Antoinette M. Much of my recent work has used machine learning methods applied to large text corpora and other unstructured datasets to rethink what it means to perform literary and cultural history. I am also interested in visualizing the results of machine learning algorithms in a human-interpretable way that enables non-technical audiences to glean useful information from the data. My research has been supported by grants from the Andrew W.
In addition to her work as a writer, she is the Poetry Editor of the Cincinnati Review. Laura R. Micciche earned her doctorate in Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Her most recent book, Acknowledging Writing Partners , is a study of writing relationships expressed in written acknowledgments.
Essays on related and other topics i. See complete cv for more info. Before returning to academia in the Spring of , Dr. While at Oxford Dr. Leland S. An affiliate faculty member in the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, he teaches courses on 19th-century American literature, gender and sexuality, and literature and the environment.
Has served as interim editor of the Journal of Business Communication and is currently co-chair of the Association for Business Communication's Publications Board. He was named by the John H. Updike Literary Trust to edit a volume of Updike's letters, which will be published in or after. His research interests include twentieth-century British, postcolonial, and anglophone literatures. He is currently completing his first book project titled The Obsolete Empire: Untimely Belonging in Twentieth-Century British Literature , which explores how peripheral writers suspend the linear narrative of imperial decline and fashion an untimely aesthetics that is contingent on their provincial upbringing.
His current work focuses on St. Paul in and around recent American cultural and political contexts. He teaches courses on the Bible and literature, and the Bible in literary theory. Educator Faculty. My textbook, Sports Talk , was published by Pearson Longman in fall of I teach technical writing and academic writing courses to both domestic and international students. My research interests include academic literacies, second language writing development, writer identity, and second language writing pedagogy. Teresa F. Michele L. She has served as the Associate Director of the English Composition program since Allison E.
Hennessey is the editor of PennSound a web archive of more than 22, poetry recordings, boasting more than 25 million annual downloads and Jacket2 archives and continues the mission of John Tranter's Jacket Magazine , one of the web's first and best venues for poetry and poetics , as well as the faculty advisor for Short Vine , UC's undergraduate literary journal. You can listen to several archived readings on his PennSound author page. Patricia J. Many of my courses include a service learning component and community engagement.
Her scholarship and coursework are in the areas of first-year experience, online education, legal rhetoric, and the rhetoric of civil discourse. Her composition reader, Law and Order , provides insight into the breadth and complexity of law and the usefulness of studying its rhetorical complexity; readings include law-related and legal texts including a closing argument in the murder trial of Medgar Evers, legal briefs on federal case considering music piracy, and Supreme Court oral arguments on free speech in educational settings.
Conference presentations include best practices in online teaching and the use of legal issues and popular culture in composition pedagogy to foster understanding and analysis of complex civic issues. Select Publications including forthcoming Ris, Cynthia Nitz. Rachel Schaffer and John Scaggs. Anticipated publication date: Spring Student Guide to English Composition, , Adjunct Faculty. Caitlin Doyle Graduate Student , English doylec3 mail. Megan M Martin English megan. Patricia Nance Ms.