Visiting Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Communication Texas A&M University
M.A. English Texas A&M University
B.A. English Baylor University
Courses include: Speaking for Technical Professions, Organizational Communication Seminar, American Oratory, Argumentation and Debate, Communication and Popular Culture, Introduction to Speech, Rhetorical Criticism, Rhetoric and Composition, Protest and Public Opinion, Political Rhetoric.
My research focuses on the rhetorical creation and maintenance of identity. I am particularly interested in the rhetorical dimensions of "American", "un-American", and how rhetoric assigns or denies agency because of gender, sex, race, class, and religion. I am comfortable with rhetorical criticism and theory application. My work has employed neo-Aristotelian criticism, close textual analysis, Burkean criticism, as well as post-structural analysis.
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The College at Brockport Visiting Assistant Professor (Fall 2010 - Present)
Meg Bell '09
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Kerry Enering '02
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Jamie Slocum '09
Legislative Assistant, Monroe County
Kimberly (Everlith) Kolodzie '02
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