Syracuse University - Composition and Cultural Rhetoric (CCR) Edit

Program Information: Edit

Faculty Areas of Specialization: Edit

  • Agnew, Lois -History of rhetoric; classical rhetoric; British rhetorical theory; composition theory and pedagogy; rhetoric and philosophy; history of English studies
  • Banks, Adam - "I work at the intersections of technical communication, african american rhetoric and technology issues more broadly defined in order to examine questions of access."
  • Brooke, Colin Gifford - Writing and technology; information architecture; critical theory; genre studies; network studies; rhetorics of vision and visualization; history of rhetoric/philosophy.
  • Himley, Margaret - Writing Studies. Theories of Pedagogy and Curriculum. Queer Studies. Prospect’s Philosophy of Education and Descriptive Processes.
  • Howard, Rebecca Moore - Theory of authorship; print culture studies; stylistics; composition history. Sociolinguistics; writing across the curriculum; composition pedagogy; writing program administration.
  • Lipson, Carol - Ancient Egyptian rhetoric; Ancient histories of rhetoric before the Greeks; Technical communion, particularly cultural and global issues related to new technologies; Historical studies in the rhetoric of science.
  • Pandey, Iswari - Writing and literacy studies, transnational and postcolonial rhetorics, qualitative research, multimodal compositions, English in international contexts, translation, South Asian studies.
  • Parks, Steve - Progressive movements, literacy and political rights, community stories, community political power.
  • Phelps, Louise Wetherbee - Composition studies and rhetoric. Professional issues and administration in writing instruction and higher education.
  • Pough, Gwendolyn - Black feminist theories, public sphere theories, Black women writers, rhetorical theory, composition theory, critical pedagogy, and feminist pedagogy.
  • Schell, Eileen - Contemporary composition studies. Feminist theory and feminist composition studies. Rhetorical historiography. 19th and 20th century histories of women's rhetoric. Institutional histories of English studies and higher education. Writing program administration.

Graduates: Edit

2008 Manisse, Kelly Concannon Assistant Professor of Humanities, Department of Liberal Arts and Business SUNY - Canton
2008 Qin, Ruby Assistant Director at the Academic Success Center University of South Florida
2008 Wingard, Jennifer Assistant Professor University of Houston
2007 Adams, Susan M. Assistant Professor of Writing SUNY - Canton
2005 Baca, Damian Assistant Professor of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures Michigan State University
2005 O'Donnell, Tennyson Assistant Professor and Director of the Writing Center Mississippi State University
2005 Queen, Mary Assistant Professor of English & Comparative Literature; Coordinator of Writing Center & Freshman Writing American University of Kuwait
2005 Williams, Joseph J. Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Writing University of Arkansas at Little Rock
2004 Bender, Paul Assistant Professor of Writing Studies Roger Williams University
2004 Butler, Paul Assistant Professor University of Houston
2004 Robillard, Amy Assistant Professor of English Illinois State University
2003 Carrick, Tracy Hamler Assistant Professor of English; Director of the Writers' Center Colby College
2003 Jacobi, Tobi Assistant Professor of Composition/Rhetoric Colorado State University
2003 Murray, Joddy Assistant Professor of English Texas Christian University
2002 Kahn, Seth Associate Professor West Chester University
1999 Franke, David Associate Professor, Director of Professional Writing SUNY - Cortland
1997 Gray-Rosendale, Laura Professor Northern Arizona University
1996 Lindblom, Ken Associate Professor and Director of English Education SUNY - Stony Brook

Notes: Edit

According to the program website, their "sole focus in CCR is doctoral education."