Alumni

Alumni

Sarah Allen, 2006: “Subjectivity in the Essay: The Capacity to be a Subject and the (Im)Possible Relationship between Writer and Text,” (Assistant Professor, Northern Colorado University)

Kimberly Angle, 2007: “Telling Developments: Narrative Interviews with Writers as ‘Acts of Meaning,’” (Assistant Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing, Montreat College)

Melissa Berry Pearson, 2010 “Community Service and Writing Instruction at HBCUs.” (Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Writing Center, Claflin University)

Casey Boyle, 2011: “Abundant Rhetoric: Media, Memory, and the Multiplicity of Composition.” (Assistant Professor, The University of Texas)

Mark Branter, 2009: The Subject of Voice: The Object of Rhetoric.”  (Lecturer at the University Scholars Programme, The National University of Singapore)

Paul Cook, 2009: “The Composition of Crisis and the Future of the University: Theory, Pedagogy, and Identity in Rhetoric and Composition Studies.” (Assistant Professor, Indiana University – Kokomo)

Adam Ellwanger, 2009: “The Rhetoric of Public Apology.” (Assistant Professor, The University of Houston, Downtown)

Chris Fosen: Associate Professor at California State University: Chico

Brian Henderson, 2010: “The Composition of Postsecondary Institutions: An Ecological Approach to Pedagogy.” (Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville)

Jon Hermesch, 2010: “A Dynamic Examination of the Disparity in African American College Enrollment.” (Instructor, Department of English and Philosophy, US Military Academy – West Point)

Lindsay McManus, 2007: “Performing Masculinity: Control, Manhood, and the Rhetoric of Effeminacy.” (Coordinator of Academic Support Services, University of South Carolina – Aiken; Instructor and Writing Center Coordinator, University of South Carolina, 2007-2010)

Ray McManus, 2006: “ ‘Someone won’t be coming back’: Three Chapbooks of Poetry Exploring Death, Religion, and Divorce.” (Assistant Professor of English, University of South Carolina – Sumter)

Lisa K. Meloncon 2005, “Rhetoric, Remedies, Regimens: Popular Science in Early Modern England.” (Associate Professor, The University of Cincinnati)

Rose Metts, 2005 “A Qualitative Case Study of Rhetorical Strategies in an Inter-racial Church.” (Associate Professor of English, Savannah State University)

Brooke Rollins 2007, “Ghostwriting Ethos: Beyond Character and The Character Beyond,” (Assistant Professor, Lehigh University)

Tracy Skipper, 2009: “Connecting Cognitive-structural Development and Writing Performance: Implications for the First-year Composition Classroom.” (Director of Editorial Projects, National Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, The University of South Carolina)

Monika Shehi, 2007: “When East Meets West: Examining Classroom Discourse at the Albanian Socio-Political Intersection,” (Assistant Professor, The University of South Carolina – Upstate)

Christian Smith, 2014: “From Capture to Care: Attention, Digital Media, and the Future of Composition.” (Assistant Professor, Coastal Carolina University)

Trixie G. Smith: Director of the Writing Center at Michigan State University

Charlene Spearen, 2008: “A Book of Exquisite Disasters.” (Full-Time Faculty, Allen University)

Grace Wetzel, 2011: “ ‘We must teach wisely and lead aright’: Civic Literacy and Writing Pedagogy in Late Nineteenth Century American Women’s Journalism.” (Lecturer, Wake Forest University)

David Wright, 2013: “The Rhetorical Event of Modern Southern Humor: ‘A requisite element in discourse’.” (Christ Church Episcopal, a prep school in Greenville)

Sandra Young, 2006: “The Segregated Classroom: Narratives of Writing Instruction in South Carolina’s HBCUs.” (Assistant Professor of English, Columbia College)